Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
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December 13, 1834
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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THE ENQUIRER pilot, at least six miles from the light house hope from their united skill and experience, -- t

.. on the Island of Key West. to be able to give full satisfaction to all who PROPOSALS I.
qec. 5. Be it further enacted, That all may favor them with orders
EDITED AND PUBLISHED suits and prosecutions provided for in this Tho introduction of machinery in place FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, j

DY ATKINSON. act,shall be had in the Superior Court of of the tedious and unhealthy practice of A NEWSPAPERTo
the County aforesaid or before the Judge casting type by hand, tonga desideratum by
thereof in Chambers.Sec. the Eurepcan and American Founders,wag, at ErtTITUtD, TUJS
TERMS.-Five Dollars per annum. 6. Be it further enacted That the by American ingenuity, and a heavy cxpcn KEY WEST
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of following fees and rates of pilotage be allow diture of time and money, on the part of our ENQUIRER

( One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for ed to each and every pilot, first for pilotingand senior partner first successfully accomplished. 1 UNDERSIZED
the first insertion, and Sevenlv-Five Cents conducting a ship or vessel in or out, Extensive use of the machine cast letter THE begs leave re-
for each subsequent continuance. ove: any partof the Florida Beef. Second- has fully tested and established its su I .- to offer prepositions to ibis
ly,from any part of the said Reef to the port periority in every particular, over that cast enlightened public, to |publish. | 'a weekly

For the information ef Mariners generally, of Key West.or to Indian Kej, or thirdly by the old process. newspaper under the above title. It aliall
we have procured from the Collector the through either of the channels leading into The Letter Foundry business will hereafter i be principally devoted to Commercial In-
following schedule of the situation of the the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, be carried on by the patties before telliltence-party controversy shall te
Light Houses along the Florida shore, to wit. for every foot of water which such named under the firm ofWbitt",Jlagar&co. cirri!}excluded. t-n- 1
under his supcrintcnce. ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars Their specimen exhibits a complete series The undersigned is
and for every day for which such pilot from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book fully aware of the
CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary may be detained employed on board snch and News type being in the most modern difficulty of the task he is about to under
} -Situated on the South side of Key Biscayne ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- light and s jle. take, and in consideration! of his want of

about 400 yards from the beach.- la n. White, Hagar k Co are agents for tho experience, has obtained the |polite, offer of
The Light may bo considered 70 feet above sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses assistance from friends whose I
the level of the sea, distant from the gulf Sec. 7. Belt further enacted.That every which they can furnish to their qualifications age and 1
customers render them '
stream ahout7 miles. Vessels drawing 10 vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key at the manufacturer's confident to
prices. Chases the task. For '
feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of the West except a licensed wrecking vessel, Cases, Composition Sticks Ink and own parr, he pledges \
light Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. and refuting to receive a pilot on board, article used in the Printing Business every himself, thai, so f r as hiV\ health and I

LIGIP1 SHIP FLORIDA situatedon shall, spoken by said pilot six miles respectively for sale, and furnished on the shortest, kept no strength will. pt'roli-tho, public may rely.

Carysfurd's Reet, near the site of the from Indian Key aforesaid, or tice. Old type taken in exchange for new upon the utmost regularity' in the pulilicn
old in Lat. from the said Light House on the Island' of lion of the
one, 25 08 N Long. 80 27 W. at 9 cents per pound.N. pnpcr.
It is easily distinguished:; AS two distinct Key West be neverthelessand it is herehy B. Newspaper Proprietors who give Great pains will be taken to obtain the !;
lights are shown, which can generally be made subject to pay full rates of pilotage as the above three insertions, will be entitledto earliest and most correct of
the distance of though such pilot had been taken on board, Five I
seen at 12 miles. Its object Dollars in such articles as they Wrecks and Wrecked
but if not than three miles may Property and also '
is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks spoken more respectively select from our specimen.New of ,
and shoals near which it is placed. from the abovementioned places, York, 1833. reports vessels passing near the Florida. !'
then and in case of such refusal as aforesaid Uecf.
KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on the she shall be liable to half pilotage and 0GENTJ.E:
pay friendly to the under. 1
S. West Point of the Island of Key West, PROSPECTUS I
no more. will
is in Lat. 2433 1-2 N.-Long.tfl 52 1.2 See. 8. Be it further enacted, That no or THE forward taking please receivesubscript* and ,
W. ; erected for tho purpose of guiding vessels fees shall he demandable for piloting and SAVANNAH MERCURY. names to the Editor anon as
when the harbor the direc- possible.
entering ;
conducting any vestelif the same be spokenat A DAILY MORNING PAPER,
tions for which ,
are as : Bring the J. ATKINSON.
a less distance than three mites from the
light to bear' N. %. W. and the and Key house aforesaid Devoted to Commerce-4griculture-Pol- October 1,1834.MIRROR .
light or from Indian Key,
Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross the that this -Literature-and General
provided, sect shall not beheld
Reef in about& fathoms water; nm for Key Intelligence.
West Light until within two miles then to through extend the to northwest any vessel passage going of or the coming harbor To be edited and published in the city of OF MIRTH. \

steer N. W. until you open Fleeming's Key of Key West, when spoken at the distance Savannah, Gto. A HPMOROU- PERIODICAL. !I
--which is n Mangrove Island in the north of two miles and a half from said light BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON. One of the cheapest Publications in ,the :
ern part of the harbor, and then run tor it. house. presenting to tho public the prospectus United States.

The best anchorage is in trio upper part of Sec t 0 Be further enacted, That in of the Savannah Mercury, just regard THE publication of the above named pe ,
the harbor. Height of the Light House the event ofaoy master of a vessel refusing for the feelings of those TO expect to will be commenced on Thurs :
( from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. to pay any pilot for his services the amount serve, as well as a compliance which time day,31st inst. Tho publisher is very desirous
Light Stationary. offecs herein before provided, Mich pilot has sanctioned,renders it necessary to givea having all the names of the subscriber I'
SAND: KEY LIGHT-Revolving once may, at hisdiscretion, sue out from the office brief synopsis of the principles which shall forwarded previous to that time, as he will
in 54 seconds. It is the best light on tho of the clerk of said court an attachment govern us in our editorial duties-We are positively I issue the work on that day. I
coast ; S.V by S. from Key West Light. returnable immediately to the said impressed with the belief, that in a government 'rho number of names already received .
Lat. 24 2i) N-Long- 81 57 W., situated court, or to tho Judge:; thereof Chambers, like oursthe preservation of the Lib fully justifies the issuing of the publication*; '
directly on tho Reef. The Light 70 feet aga-nst the vessel piloted or spoken, which cities of the People mainly depends on their and the first number will be forwarded to ;
i. shove the sea.TORTUGAS. Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the many persons who have not subscribed, I"
LIGHT-Stationary-on summarily and without jury, proceed to ex- dissemination of sound political knowledge. but who have,signified their intention of J
one of the Dry Tortugas Islands near the amine into tho facts and law of the case, among them, and being actuated by a sincere .doing so,if the work should meet their eipectations. 1
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 and decideaccordingly to its merits but if desire to advance the cause of State 1
31 N.-Long.83 10 W. the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall lights( and Constitutional Liberty,we shall The price will be one dojfar a .
tho doctrines able on the receipt of the first number I
not be within the jurisdiction of the court support tho State Rights
,AN ACT to provide for tho appointment the said court or Judge In Chambers shall Party ol Georgia,as set the Virgin and where five responsible names are sent, I
of Pilots, and to regulate tho rule of and may on the return of the attachment, ia a..d Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99- the sixth copy stall be furnished gratis.
Pilotage at the port of Key West,and for proceed in like manner, cx-PAnTg, and de- and which were so triumphantly maintainedby Letters containing one name,must be post \
other purposes. cide accordingly.Passed the State of Georgia in 1825-6, und '7 ; paid.
Sec. 1. Belt enacted by the Governor Feb. 15,1834. and thereby assist in perpetuating the inestimable As the circulation will be very j
and Leghlativn' r ouncil of tho Territory of JOHN WARREN blessings we enjoy under our present the publisher will print a cover (eatepsi'J!,
Florida, That from and after the passage of Prcs. Legislative Council., form of government, and which are ror, providing a sufficient advertising( pat [
I this act,the Governor of the said Territory Approved Feb. 15,1834.TYPE guaranteed unto us,so long as each department ronage shall be bestowed. Advertisements
be and ho is hereby authorised by and with of her is kept within its legitimate will be inserted cor. the cover ,
the advice and content of said Council, during FOUNDRY sphere of action Wo are in favor of a at the usual rate. Merchants and otherswho I
its annual "ions,to appoint such number H A VINO Purchased of Mr. RICH ARD strict construction of tho Constitution-and advertise by the year, will be entitled
of Pilots for tho port and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established and opposed te all systems which have for their to one square, renewable ev.ery: ,month, for t
West and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly very extensive Type Foundry, the subscri- object the taxing of the many for tbe bene five dollars.
direction from said city, and the extreme 'en have formed a co-partnership for the fit of the few, or of laying restrictions! upon Gentlemen who will regularly furnish o !
northern limits of the County of Monroe purpose of continuing said business, and for Commerce or domestic industry-and shall I riginal Lumorou.articles which,shall. be ap I
,as he may deem necessary, expedient, the conventence of their friends and patrons resist all encroachments by the Federal proved by the editor,will have the publication
and advisable, provided the number so ap have removed their establishment to a Government on the rights of tho States and sent to them without charge. '
pointed in any one year shall not exceed more central part of the city. As it is their the liberties of the People. But whilst we Address LYNDE ELLIOTT, t
twelve. intention to keep on hand good assortmentof thus express our preference for the princi Bel.Air, Hartford County, M4. I
f Sec. 2. bit further enacted That sue''. the best type, and to make such additions ples of the State Rights Party of Georgia,
pilots so appointed before entering on th*. and improvements as the taste of the trade we shall support that party only so long ,aa TilE SUBSCRIBER respectfully in 1
discharge' of their duties as such shall each' and the wants of the country require, they they adhere to those principles,-oar mottobeing Ins friends and (lie,public, that I
become bound in an obligation with one or !flatter themselves that this establishment emphatically Principles, not men," be is prepared to do all kinds of J( B PRI N.
more good and sufficient securities, to be will merit a large share of patronage. They and our ambition to do and sustain right TING. He hopes by attention to business ? I
approved of by the board of warden! or a have now several fonts on hand, which can As wo design making the Mercury a vehicle to merit a liberal patronage. ,
'majority of them,for the port and harbor aforesaid be furnished at a few hours notice, and are of general information to all classes of the JATKIK80N. i
in the su'n of one thousand dollars prepared to make fonts of all weights and community, we shall at all times endeavor Key West Nor I.
conditioned for the faithful diligent, and 'sizes from Pearl to 22 line Pica, including to present to our patrons, regardless 6f la. ,. r
able performance of their duties.which bond a great variety of when executed shall immediately be placedon Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, Tirass Political Intelligence, both Foreign and vi. > In Attachment '
file in the office of the Clerk of tho Stipe* Rule, and other ornaments will be found to Domestic ; witb as great a variety of,Lit John Harris, ) \'
rior Court of said County,at the proper cost be very extensive of which specimens will erary and Miscellaneous matter,as our limits THE defendant aud all eone..naediU /
of such pilot. be forwarded to Printers as soon as they will permit. Our columns will remain notice, that the above wit has i;
can be prepared. open to the temperate discussion of any been commenced by attachment in the Superior !"
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That in Printing Presses of every description, subject connected with the public good,excluding Court for the Southern District of
s any event of the unfaithfulness, insobriety Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, all scurrillity and personal spleen Florida, and they are required to appear ,
or criminal negligence of any pilot, lie shall l Composing Sticks Brass Galleys, Imposing In foe, whatever will be productive of speedily and plead to the.declaration at the next j
upon the petition of any twenty respectable Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, rendering beneficial the varied natural term of said court. GORDON,
citizens of said city,or of a majority of the Standing Presses, Furniture together with advantages of our State, elevating tbe corn [oct. IS 13m] AU,. for PlltWm s
said board wardens so appointed to the a complete assortment of all articles used j I tnercial character of our city, or meliorating -
Governor to that removed from oficeand f in a Printing Office will be kept constantly the moral, social aid political condition i' .
may besides he proceeded againstby on hand. of our people,will meet witb ourardent n-Shaw, .J .
indictment, as in ordinary cues of misde Small fonts, suitable for Book.bwderim and I humble support. vs' v /nAttacbat0ot.'John \;

ineanor,and on conviction, fined in & su in great variety, may be had when called CONDITIONS.: Harris. ) j I
not exceeding one thousand do!'an, to beassesteJ for. THE defendant aoa all ,interested, will '
by a jury, and shall moreover be Older from all parts of the Union will be Tbe Savannah Mercury will be publisheddaily notice: that tbe above suit bas i
liable to a suit on behalf of any party aggrieved promptly and malt carefully attended to, throughout! tie year,on a super royal I been commenced by attachment in the Su ;
on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, ( and particularly in supplying SORTS for all sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable I P nor Court for the Southern District fit
to be executed by him. fXn<. fiirni.Ko/l. h[ their nriwlecMSOrt. Din semi'aoDuallw_ u_ in___adunce._._____ Flmid.. aDd thew are nonlred to appear
-& Runaldton,-and-Richard-Kon.ld.on.- The Mercury for the co ID try will be pub and plead to the dedmtien at the otsi
Sec 4. He it further enactedThat if any ny in all its branch executed |i-hed to meet the arrangement of the mails, term of said court. A. GORDON,
Stereotyping ,
person except such as may have been ap- by L. Johnson, as heretofore. three times a week at tbe office of the Savannah .(oct. 1513mJ Atty.,for PI'".
pointed as aforesaid,and have complied with JOHNSuN t SMITH.No. Mercury, and will be sent to all r .J

theconditions specified in the second tec 6 George St. Philadelphia, 1833. partial the Union,or delivered it the City, p. c. G E.ENE
tioa of this act, shall{ charge any compensation (fj::T"Publishers of Newspapers who insert at Four Dollars per annum, payable io ad.
for services he may perform as pilot,ho thu advertisement, and forward a vance, or Five at the expiration of 'six I ONT INUE3 to transact General:-Agra* '
shaU bedocmed guilty of high misdemeanor, containing it to J. & 8. will be entitled paper to .: month It will contain all the Intelligence, Xcy, ..hctlon'tDd Commission business
and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in $3, payable in settlement of their accounts Commercial. Political Literary and Mia at Key West. lie:bas commodious WareHouse
t a turn not exceeding treble the amount of when their bills amount. to not less than$10. eellaneous, including advertUemenU, pub. I ,aDd roods will be taken on itorag. I rat
compensation received by him to be asses- J. b tf. Shed in tbe daily paper. I, jcaaonibla rates s
sed by jury ; provided that this act shall Advertisement will be conspicuously la- tnovr p. I834.4tLj "i
not be held to extend to the muter or mariner R F., WHITE L WILLIAM HAGAR, serted In both papers,at 75 cents per square
of any licensed wrecking !vessel on, ESPr.CTFULLY'lnfol'lD the Printer I of fourteen lines,'for the first insertion,aadthirtyneven j
Florida Reefon board of any such wreck of the United States, to whom they bare and a half cents for each succeed Job :
ing ve* elor on board of any vessel which long been individually known as established I I in-;publication. printingexEcurebT
J'.u been cast away, unless such ,ciaelIH'Ut Letter Founders, that they have now (orm. I I AU communications by wall must b.
away has been spoken by a regular 1 ed a co-partoenhip in tail traiaess, and post pd4. THIS OFFICE.B. .

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T10 treated by Mr. \,JHlaand also in a mini

.. ......... _.0- ; .L Mtttdn-at Si'4Z.-Capt. Mitchell of the I I break, on Crest Egg Harbor t Bar. the ber of cases by the physicians and stlrrconx
: ?it1oN. .' ship Boston, arrived here yesterday from N. I. Schooner almost immediately! bilged; who Lave adopted his system. 22d. Taisr.It .
_. Yorkfurnisbes us with the following- wind at the time was south, the weather gradually relieves It Las proved

The' following is from the 'Charleston The Boston sailed from New York on thick and smoky= -the captain juiged! himself an effectual cure for cancer (in its incipient:

the 19th inst. and at half past 7 P.M. on to Ire off Cape: May, and did nut hear stage) ervcj pilas.scurvy,l'ainters' cholic

Courier of the >hult : the 21st,one of the seamen, by the name the breakers until the vessel was 8! horp.- spinal affections palpitation of the 11rt, !

Conflagration of tAt tiro house*of Par tt- of James' M Hardy who had been complaining The vessel I is a complete wreck, and the inflammation of the eyes, tits, stitI'tiN k, 'I

menThe most interesting tern of intelligence of the effects of his intemperance cargo, with the exception of a few bundlesof nettle rash, jaundice, ulceration of tIlt!r

famished by these (late) arrival'!, is during the two days ht had been at sea, I leather ard bags of wool, will be entire throat, liver complaints, scald lend, and fct

the destruction of the l House of Lor 's and wool and lo Vitus'Dance.
The leather belonged
the stabbed lost-
1 went into forecastle and instantly ly ,* Tlic bath will be open from 9 o'clockA.
I the"Chapel l of St. Stephen, bf fire on the with a large sheath-knife, which he had Captain Richard Drummond, of this place. "M., until P M.
I nth of O tuber. This event had n.uural.: Th is supposed to have been worth
sharpened and prepared himself!. in the rargn IJ: >W AnD GLOVER.COLLECTOR'S .

l ly excited great sensation in the British. forenoon, two men who were sleeping; in ;7000. The Norfolk was a line vessel and -
metropolis. It is not (ilK' London Cu the 15th inst. f. N. York.
their berths, by the name of John Lewis, left this port on >r orFICC
rier otisenes) that the buildings were valuable Beacon.We l
(on whose chest was painted the name of [Xorfolk November, 1834,
d for less $
in an John Lewin Douglas said to be a Liverpool
' inconvenient of business CEALEI; ) proposals will l IIC rccchcd at
a I sightly and more be conceived place that the man.n ) and Charles Pendlcton, said to find the following! paragraph: amongour O this office until (lie 14th VccemLt'I,fur

I can scared have been from Stonington, Conne licut.- the supply" of rations to the nnn-cnmtnis-
interest but because foreign news:
loss is ofauch painful ; They both died from a single stab near the sioned officers and seamen( the United 1
on that spot', in those hall hare parsed navels, which brought out the intestines, Extract of a letter from Zara, dated August States' Revenue Cutter Washington' from

some of the most memorable events in the much cut, in the course of twenty minutes. 29;-" The Austrian Commercial brig Ciro, the first day January next to 1st April HI.

I history of our country. They were ,'hal- There were two of the crew readingonthe t in her passage| from Venice, olJser\'Cflon t the 36. The raiionfur the ''utter service is HIP
lowed ia our hearts' by a long train of associations 10th inst., before sun rise a ship in flames same as that allowed in the Naval bcivicc..
t side of the forecastle at the time
,, and we could have better spared to the southeast of Scioglipfcansi. Her except the liquor. and consists! of the(YlloKiogarticlos
/. this bloody deed was committed who .
; ) to wit: '
a more splendid work. In them had been captain! immediately made all sail l for the
hearing the exclamations from the wuund- Suet for week l-2Jb.
tendered] to victorious Generals the thanks unfortunate object, and arrived in lime to one ,
I ed men looked and saw the assassin Cheese do 6 ounces.
of the assembled nation-and in them have the of
receive crew, consisting ten men.-
Beef do. 21bs.
coming towards them with tho knife in his :;
resounded those patriotic w reds which hurried hand.: But on seeing one of the men draw I' She proved to be the American brig Ontario Pork, do. 3 Ibs. I

on the people indignantly to a national his sheati-knife also, in defence,the wretch, bound from Mobile, North America, to Flour, do. lib.flread .
t contest, or directed their energies to improve Trieste. Slip had been struck with lightning do. 90 o nccS. '
Hardy escap-xl the ladder to the deck
the national institutions. In them up ; and the flames spread with such rapidity Butler do. 2 Jn.
the two men in the forecastle following and
forth the of all civil Sugar, do. 7 do.
our that
sprouted germs it was impossible to overcomethem.
to those deck the Chief Officer
halloing on
; Toa, do. 4 do.
wisdom--and in them was cheered, when The Ciro conveyed the cfew to the
hearing the noise, was in the act of Peas do.
the maker took his the end of go- 1 pint.
peace seat, i island of Lessma, where the authorities
ing forward, and seeing Hardy running alt, Rice do. I do.
our wars. They may be said to have been supplied them with the means of proceedin !-
he he Molasses do. half
attempted to atop him, when also received pint.
themselves epitome of our history by recalling Trieste.1*
an Charleston Cornier.
to -
t a severe stab( in the side, which cut Vinegar do. half pint.
nil its striking features. They are
quite on to the ribs, making a very bad The number required fur the 'term, ii c..tirr.-
now all at au end, never, we presume, to be wound; but fortunately the knife did not Extract from the lain' /; Soldiers. ntcd at eight thousand. TFiC (proposals! will

, restored;, for, interesting as they were, they penetrate the body. The Chief Mate then "* Be it enacted, &.c. That no person within state the price perration, nt which, the contractor .
had House
becomeparticularly People's will deliver them, in such! I
found a handspike, with which he came aft, this Territory shall sell any drink or inloxicating quantiti;
for their intended and
rto from
1 longer purpose, as may time to time be requited onboard
l like the institutions framed or advocated in and again met the nr rdercr, (who had cha- liquors to any soldier, in the ser- the said Cutter at Key U'csl.

centuries sed the man from the wheel and a passenger :: virn nf the United Slalns., without ,Dcnuij-.. Nov. 15. 1 1834. 5-4w.
( them during many they required -- -
to be adapted to the- growtn 01 the nation. from off the quarter deck,) and knock sion in writing from his commanding officer ----

What the demand of orators could not ed him down; and while in the act of seiz- under |penally of not less than fire,nor Oliver O'JIara, )

achieve, accident has accomplished, and ing him,.to get the knife and secure him, more than twenty-five dollar, to be paid vs. > In .\ ttnc/JmN./ :.
he received another stab John Harris.!' i
the side of the for the use of Territory..
there must now be a new, and, we hope, a
and! nil
convenient house of Commons." face, which was also a severe wound. By Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That TIIEdefendant, interested wilt
that the above suit has
1 The antiquity of the House Lords we this time all on board were alarmed. The if any person or persons within this Tern- been commenced by attarhmrnt-in the Superior !-

do not recollect-but the House of Commons second officer then came on deck, secured tory, shall purchase, barter, or cxchai.gc Court for the kouthtrn District uf

was originally a chapel, built by King him, took the knife from him, and put him for any arms,ammunition or clothing in the Florida, and! they are required to nj'pefir

Stephen, and dedicated. to St. Stephen, the in irons, hand and foot into the lower hold. possession of any soldier lathe service <,f and plead! to the declaration at the next;

4 martyr. It built in The next morn ing,before the two bodies the] United Slates.. snrli ,Jl'NIDn_.__ ur. nrrsnns term of said court. A. COUPON. ,
was 1374 by Edward, ----- ------ n r'----
III. an 1 assigned by Edward VI. after the were committed to the deep, Hardy was so offending( shall forfeit and pay the sum foot. 13 Bill Attv.for. Pl'G:
ld placed near them, and told to look and see of dollars and the several -
I reformation, for the Session of the Com twenty : penalties James Wheeler, .
t the effects of his intemperance lIe manifested imposed by this act shall be and .the
mons House of Parliament, to which pur vs. I In 'Attachment. ,
pose it has ever since been applied. Both very little feeling or emotion. When fame are hereby declared to be recoveraMo John Harris. i iTiii

U4t these edifices, which have thus stood for asked how he came to kill those two innocent by action of debt, bill l plaint or on, information : defendant, and aft Ir.fcrcstcU, will

4' centuries, are mm in ruins. As in most men, who had never offended him, he before: any judge or justice in the notice, that the! above! suit 1 I.;,*

cases of conflagration, rumor attributed it said he did. not know-never knew them Territory, having jurisdiction of the same, been cornmcncl'd,by attachment rn the Superior -

to incendiarism. The latest London before meeting thorn on board this ship to one half to the use of the informer, and Court for. the Southern/ District of

t i however,generally concur, that there papers is not his knowledge, had never wounded or killed the other half,or when there is no informer, nnd Florida plead, nod to! they the nre declaration required} to appear

rl the slightest reason to suppose that its origin any one before, except in battle,had ser the whole penalty for the use of the Terri term of said court. A. GO' al ION the,neat t

was other than accidental. ved on board British men of war. lory.-Passed 1832. [oct. J 13 13m] Ally for ITo"

The same continues Hardy is about 29 years old, Pen leton MAJ. DADE, V. S. ..trm.v.J --- : :
paper :- was about 40, and Dewin was about 24 M sis
\(' West. hereby given that in [
i ; Half past 2 oV/<**.-\Westminster haJJ and is said to have left a wife and child in NOTICE from the date hereof, I spar; ,

? is, we think quite safe. The fire still burns New York city.-Charleston Mercury. make application to the Honorable Win, If.

t'I quite furiously among! the rains_i it has made VEGETABLE Hacklcy, Judge! of the court for the county

I DUI Its power 10 ao further 'miscmci appears The Barque Ellen.The Boston Atlas of Monroe, and Territory Tlorida.. fur

I to have ceased; it is confined within the of the 21st inst.saysCupt.. Lowell of the TIIS.-Tbc subscriber respectfully informs letters of administration on the (,slate> nf
"::1 limits of the walls of the two houses airca- ship Ceylon of Bath the citizens of Key Westthat lie has, Alexander Hamilton Day late of icy West
reported his
on arri- with
considerable in the and
destroyed Fresh and expense, established the county Territory nfores:! iid.
fresh val
at Liverpool, in May last that the above named Oaths
on in a retired part of the! HENRY J\. N. WCO JB.
4 .'. .' supplies! of men. are coming to the scene of 16th of April, in lat. 40, long 48, he sawa city on Whitehead street where lie hopesto Key Westl'ioV.24, lt:34.: [n7C\r.]) 'I
devastation, and.a continual roll of water large vessel on fire, cotton loaded, with obtain a liberal share of public patron- --- -

t: i isaho\veredupoD the ruin; but our ordina white head, and burnt nearly to the wa age. Convalescents and strangers resorting inform.his friend

\4+ ry engines are totally incapable of conten- ter's edge.The the South for their )health will find great THESubscribrr. he is prepared ID
: ding with such conflagration and engine relief from the use of this celebrated! Datli. attend to business
our barque Ellen, of[ this port, having any that may Lc entrusted -
system wants the great element of never been heard from since her fin The undersigned in also furnished with the to his care in the
.- I efficiency general necessary vegetable preparations in use of AUCTION AND COMMISSION! : LINE
Charleston the ,
last of March for St. Pe- the baths.
effects of the
!f Vapour Bath His ofl/ce is
f i acts according to its own view tcrsburgb upstairs in :Mr. F. A. Urowne'.i
; great apprehensions are:
were entertained Warc-fYotne
'I there is where Lcrnay at all times bo
no to chief ,
t"" one and consequently that she wai: the vessel seen by Capt. 1st. To equalize the circulation of the found.

where the completes cooperation Lowell and he was: written to for a more blood, and hence to remove coldness of the He takes this opportunity *f .
t. is necessaryall is confusion or contra particular account of the situation and Lands and feet and to lessen the determination thanks for past favors and hopes
diction. Up to the last, ap or flow of the blood to the Lead. \
I we observed no .pearance of the wreck. 2 i. attention to business to merit '\.
fJ disturbance; and, indeed, before 3 o'clock An answer was received ;in To promote sweat and re-establish insensible continuance of public patronage.
,' yesterday,
1 there was scarcely to be perspiration, and thereby to relieve JOS. A.
person seen except which he states"that on the 14thof TJlOUnODec. :\.
f the soldiers and firemen. The April symptom internal inflammation. 3d. To [ C, 1134.
last when nC-tfJ
myriads about 40
leagues ESE from diminish
-1' had all irritability ; and in no instance -
quietly disappeared, and the the southern part of the Bank of New- Las it failed to cure the dolorou4th. ][.- ----- -

: only found. .heard was the cracking of tim- foundland about 9 o'clock P AI lie saw. a To promote cutaneous mint- iiM- >_ -and JOlIN GEORGE ZIR1AI .. ..
oera or mu neaviu" 01 are pumps. vessel 1 on fire-it was very dark and -blow-- remove diseases of the skin. 5th.: ;To remove --- ------

On receiving intelligence of this national ing heavy from the N \V. He passed so the effects of Mercury and lead from a BAKING OR1iS the public that t.e' Las opened I

!:lstC'l, tie King immediately placedthe close to the wreck, that the fire blew across dropsical the system effusions.title To 7th.promote To absorption relieve difficulty of this city wLcrf the ESTABLISH business is carried r on i in io

palace newly erected in St.James1 the Ceylon's deck and for all its
Parkat a moment he of breathing, and hence to cure asth various branches. Bread, Cakes of
the disposal of the nation. was afraid his sails might catch on fire.- mat, and other diseases of the chest and every description Navy and Pilot Bread

The I loss, considered as ao ordinary business The stern and deck of the vessel were I lungs. atl,. To strengthen the stomach, &c. fcc. are kept constantly on land:; fresh

j affair is estimated at half a million burnt entirely off; with tbe exception of and impart a tone to the digestive organs, by the subscriber.

sterling the forecastle, which remained-there were and cure dyspepsia with its consequent disorders -Key- -West- Nov. 15, (5tf)

no masts standing, but the foreyardor what 9tb. To promote the healing of ---

'Queen of Portugal.-Captain Mugo, of he supposed to be it, lay across the night scrofulous and chronic ulcers. JOth. To
brig Concordia: arrived yesterday from St had remove gouty and rheumatic pain and Ware authorized to announce Colonel
: swinging about. the
of ,
By the :
Ubes which he swellings from tiio GADSDEN as a candidate
place left on the 15thof jointsand cure Lumba.
fire he
i saw that the trail boards were gilded Sciatica to represent the of
4 October states that go, &c. Territory Floridaia
l' t had been but could not ascertain what kind of head I lltb. The the 24th Congress of the United 6taics.
received there from Quincy-the bath
Lisbon dated Las never
tbe 13th she had smelt the .
cotton burning, and failed to relieve it. "" < II
that Donna Maria the 1 tb. Tic Croup. It
young lies saw very distinctly the>> bales fire." be 1 U Cog
ill. This on may regarded as a specific. 13th. The are authorized to 1
dangerously intelligence is by no lIe also states, that he run before the Hooping Cough. Givesgroat relief. 14th 1' J 'SEPIII.! WHITEu a candid
means to be wondered at-her father u: no wiLd about tour The Measles. No instance (death ate to the
an carrying lights, in the c> La ta- represent Territory of Florida,
longer Jiving-and if she escapes with her hope of falling in with the :nts.c. lie keD pbce.*hen the bath has been employed.15th. in tbe 24th Congress of the United States.WE .

life, the intrigues of her Court, it will be thinks the ve.48el"iLS about the Ellen'd To prevent and cute discharges of

more matter of wonder,than if she falls an size, but that he could not blood from the lungs, and othet internalOJ'lfID'
identify her.
early 16th. To cure and are autLorizeo to announce :Major
victim.-WV.: K: Com. Adt.Mr. There is. doubt this acute chronic
no vend was the inflammation the bath when: judiciously WILLIAM: \\'V A TT as a candidate .

Ellen, and we fear the officers and crew all medicated n a certain specific ltb. To ta represent the Territory of Florida,
Livingston, our Minister to France, perished. The Ellen was only two rears cure Gout in all its forms in a shorter in the 24tL Congress of the United States.WE .
arrived in Paris period
_. on.. the--13th- of Octo r.II .- old- and one of the finest vessels- -- IfPlnnninnto of time than an, fliront! --- -tdihnrtn.t.----.-..- .. *....._- ...
I was icxjiicu mai air, LI, was authorized Ibis pert Her cargo consisted----.ti..i'i ef 600 18th. The bath basaeierfailed to Lure the are authorized to announce Colonel

by the American Government to reduce,its boxes of white sugar and 750 bales of .. Cholera Morbus. 19th. Intermittent, (or WILLIAM B. NUTTALL as a
claims by one third. The Paris Constitu- ton. There was insurance on the cot. agues) typhus, and continued fevers ; the candidate to represent the Territory vt

tiond, however, of the 14th October tates and cargo here and in New York vessel bath relieves and cures without the necessity Florida in the 24tli Congress of the United
to the of blood tit"tes.
it has been authorized letting. 20th.
that by Air./ viDg amount of $384,000. Insanity. la
declare that he has no case Las Mr. Whitraw failed in restoring 'I
stop receije4 rib in-
:$ to a sane state, patients put under his treat- V. SHELL: ATTORNKV
ructions from the Governmeh'rLi HAMLMT
Lou of tie packet schooner Acr/bit.-.-. meat ; and the proprietor of this esublub- ; AT LAW.Apalachicoli .
S. to agree to any cotnpromi'. ever We from ment ate authorized
gather the extracts oi lettersaddressed by him to say, that all Florida.
relative I its .claiaas uppn ; and ) to merfbanfe in this place ,with cases of insanity can be cured by his system
further, t||'Mr. Livingstoq'o such which we have been politely favored the when there is no malformation. 2 lit. fly.
iaslructi. '. mllererbeirn to him. following particulars of the lues of this vessel drophobia.the This dreadful malady, which InintiogEXECl'TED

(Nat.. J tl&Ctr.- ) on S+inrH v the 1R'" ;.... .*"*.. ..%.. up.k*to i' drtl present time Las defied tbe skill of Y
practice, Las ben luccrssfullv A'r THIS OFPICF.M .



"" 111

\.v ;
) I J r I _
I' EQUIR be placed upon the records of the court at I tarts without comments, he dare not avow r.- L..w'tJp' _ 4
THE } R. the close of the In his sentiments. IT he I
present term. accordance conscientiously re- IT is not quite a yearsince Parley's<< Mag*

with the above on the 10th, A. Gordon lusts io advocate/ the clams of an individual was commenced,during that short

KEY WEST, FLORIDA. Esq. District io office, he is accused of pcl'i1ollalllOs. pcnoil the number of subscribers have increased .
moved in
Attorney, open ility. A jackanapes, who measures off to 20,000, and the work has reedited *
court, that tho resolutions referred to be words everywhere, the roost
info verse as a clerk does unqualified ap
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1A31. taj>e--by
I placed upon the records, prefacing their the yard-hands him a p.1rc.lof stuff thaf probation. It has found its nay to thousands -
By the Mail Boat Fair American, Capt. I h.troduction with a few pertinent remarks, I giggles like a handful! of rusty mils anda tho social circle, and, its while unobtrusive it has: entered lessons

Cu\e\ we have received our regular file which were feelingly responded| to by the giinblei, and if the editor ill not fool have, we trust, often had a salutary influence '

Charleston to the 28th court and the enough to print the nonescnse, "stop my on the juvenile mind and heart. It .
of papers up ult. resolutions ordered to be has
I'ont that' also found its
paper, patronize a man no better way to the school room
inclusive. They contain an account of,the placed upon the records at the close of the judge of poetry." As if it was patronage and many classes of pupils havn been cheered .i

destruction by fire, of the two British hou. present, tf'fm-nnd an attested copy under to buy n I>:vperatabout one half more the twice a month by tho welcome voice of

Parliament but in he seal of the than so much waste would cost. One teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a
ses of consequence of court, to be sent to the father paper few l\aYI. the class book which they have

the length of the article, we have not been of the deceased.: murmurs because his: paper is too literary, read over and over, perhaps twenty times,
another because it is not literary enough.One .- and read the '
of Parle !
enabled to give it in full. We have, however from the pages Magazine.
The .
MaysriUe Repullican. grumbles because the advertisements demand fur the work, to be used in

,selected some of the particulars, which Died l, at the house of Baker Wood, in engross too much room, another complainsthe schools, is rapidly increasing.

will<6e found in to-day's paper. '1'lleyalso Washington, Mason county, Ky., on Monday paper is tar large, he can't find lime to thc Encouraged by such unexampled success,
read it all.-another that i' is too small publishers bate! revolved) to render it .
Contain tho Message of his > about! the
ExcellencyGov. morning day-break, (I 29th still more worthy of 110 liberal
September 1834,) 00 '. Alexander II. the price be no more titan!! the cost of a and not to remit patronage;
Hayne, to the Senate and House of Day. chew of their exertions till they see i
Duct. Day warn: citizen of Louisiana had tobacco, or a pinch of snuff. ; or, it introduced into families and

Representatives of..South Carolina. long been in bad health and visited ;Ken sars w a.ludv.n-J' If, "?'fin'?.. ., .innln..,.nv, n? ?olr'\'n; ".*,,+, |nnllprn..u..?,.., throughout the whole Ien.ti.i__ hi.>.schools 9iitli_. nf, I.

SALT POXDS.---- We have reason to expect tucky with! :. hope of being (benefited by when In fact, i in order to do this, it should the United States.In u -- --

be as large as bed blanket. One wants this view they have
a secured
mineral waters his new aid
was on return tram
that these works will
eventually yield
in the editorial
a t typo so small that would department. The
the Springs, and had stopped at the house a microscope edi
good per cent to the Stock-holders. The of Mr. Wood, only a few days before his be indispensable/ in every family, another tor of to the his Juvenile Rambler who in addition -

bus: cs is now going on with some regular death. The Doctor's threatens to discontinue his paper unless I has' qualifications as a writer for the
stay atiion;! us was ihe young, advantage of many year, etpencnco .
(y. Col. Simonton, we understand, has short, yet he had secured the friend hipnnd letters are half an inch long. I as a teacher, will henceforth is.

now gone to Pensacola for tho purpose of sympathy of many, and it must be gratify sist in conducting it. .
ing indeed to his friends to hear of the kind From the New Monthly magazine. We propose to present in the progress of
lumber & for the of tho
.c. use ponds.
and respectful attentions: which he receivedin WHY UOt\' I' THE MI1N: PROPOSE ? such volume, a great variety of interesting

The hand of improvement is busily engaged his last moments. Although in II distant By Win 11. BDyk/. lowing important: topics, among which are the fol

in preparing the works for operation, land and his
among strangers, dying
Why don't the men propose, mamma? I. Natural History, of beasts: birds, fish
and wish them all the that the pillow was smoothed by a frmalu hand and '
we success Why don't the men propose? cs, reptiles;! insects, plants, flowers, trees,
his little wants even anticipated: by acts of i the human frame, &c. I
deserves have beento
grand enterprize
as they I Ear 11 seems just coming to the point,
tenderness that II.
woman only Biography ;
especially for tho
a in arranging the works. And then away ho young.
great expense goes III.
knows how
to minister. Geography ; accounts (places' ,manners .
-- It is fault of
no yours mamma: customs &c.
Col James flyers, assisted by Maj. Wm. ;
STEAM SHIP CO ECT1Ct1T.-The beau. knows
Bickloy and Lieut James W. Anderson ev'iy body IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various
tifiil Steam Ship Connecticut, Capt. PORTED You fctc the finest men in town, parts of the world. I'
acted as Marshals of the day. As a mark i
made her appearance at this place on of to the Ilf the deceased Yet, oh! they won't propose! V. Lively descriptions of the curiositiesof :
memory nature and art ; in each of the United
Tuesday last. She had experienced some the officers of the day, the pall bearers and Pm sure I've done my best mamma, States, and in other countries.

inconvenience, in consequence of some physicians wore crape on the left arm. The To make a proper match; VI. Lessons on objects that daily surround

part of her machinery' getting :little out Maysville! Light Infantry company, (on this For coronets and eldest sons children in the parlor, nursery, gar. ..
occasion under the command of Capt. Mitchell I'm ever on the watch;; den,&c Accounts of trades and cinplojv I

of order, and! put into St. Marys to get ) with their usual promptness:: and fine I've hopes when some distingue beau menu. .

fuel &c. It is something new for a boat military appearance, arrived a few minutes glance upon me throws; VII. Particular duties of the young ; to

of such a class as this, to be seen coming Her four o'clock in the evening, whc i a But though he'd dance, and smile and flirt parents VIII., teachers Bible brothers, sisters &c.

nroccssion was imtnediataly formed in front Alas! he won't lessons and stories. w
docks : propose
up to our we hope ere long, 'er, IX. Narratives i
t of Mr. Wood's house. ; such as are well authenticated :
to be enabled to witness the more frequent The then marched I've tried to win by languishing original talcs. ,
procession the
i to
occurrences ot this kind The C. left this Baptist burying ground where the mortal' And dressing liko a blue; X. Parables, fables, and proverbs, wher I
I've bought big books and talk'd of them. tho morals obvious and excellent.
for New Orleans. remains of Dr. interred .;
place on Wednesday Day were with mil
As I'd read them !
if through XI.
Poetry ; adapted to the youthful capacity .
honors. .
The attention of our readers are calledto lJ itary..,!.9 '"1.. .v-ffo c.; lk #,rJ "f#..'f..1'l With half cropp'd like a man, I've felt and feelings. .
The heads of all tho beaux
a number of resolutions: published in today's if "'I .''**.* fcf>."FOR"..-TilE ENQUIRED. But Spurzheim couldnot touch their; hearts of XII.Juvenile Intelligence book'I; embracing account E j]

k : paper: in respect to the late Dr. Day. A FAREWELL. And oh*, they won't propose! bio occurrences. I

x' It H not necessary for us to say any thing Farewell farewell-I say farewell, I threw aside the books, and thought Many of these subject will be illustrated

with regard 'Io the merits of this gentleman My bark bounds o'er tho sea, That ignorance was bliss ; by numerous and beautiful engravings, .prepared ,

ns he Lasso well known in this community. I'rngoing, but where 'tis hard to tell, I felt convinced that men prettied by tho best artists, and selected with

SuftVeit: to say that he was held in the I'm destined fur to leave thee. simple sort of Miss: view improve not the only taste to adorn the the work, but to. i
cultivate mind, stud ,
And I
highest esteem by all knew him. )Even Farewell farewell.1 must be gone, Plain so lisp'd out naught plain "bcond" raise the affections of the youth to appio I
The boatswain loudly calls "yesses" noes, priate and worthy object We would
when where he ,
among strippers, breathed I And sweet smile: t
Time'sflceimg tide is rolhngon wore a unmeaning ; make them bettercli ldrou, better brothers, .
his last moments lie had the unremitting Yet oh! won't better sisters better
most I must obey his calls. they propose pupils, bettor associates '
and, in the end better citizens. '
attentions him in :
paid consequence Last night, at Lady Remble'srout,
Farewell farewell ,the time is We the
beg friend of
come, education
Ms gentleman-like deportment. The loss heard Sir Harry Gale espe i
I'm for to dally parents and teachers
sorry say, view the .i
will be greatly lamented by all who knew That I must leave my friends, my home Exclaim,"Now I propose again;j"I matter in this light. Let children look up.
the real worth of such a citizen. O sad and gloomy day. started, turning |pale; on the pictures, not as pictures merely ; I
i e I really thought my time was come, but let them be taught to study them. What

The Union flank of Florida.-We learn Farewell farewell, 'tis said with grief 1 blush'd like any rose; can be more rich valuable materials: for instructive
Yea, tears are in my eyes, But oh! I found twas only at lessons than a good engraving
say1 the Anilachicola Advertiser, that Col. I After this brief explanation of I I
And if I e'er should find relief Ecarte he'd propose! our principles
Gamble has succeeded in soiling the Territorial I 'Twill be beyond the skies and purposes we ask the co-operatioo i
And what is to be done mamma? of nil who receive this circular. Will

honris to the amount of five hundred Farewell farewell, again farewell, Oh what is to be done? aid us by your influence in Urn great work you, J'jj i '

thousand dollar, to he paid for by instil To distant climes I'm bound, I really have no time to lose, the formation of mind and character for the {

menus, monthly for five month., at the end Among strange people there to dwell For I am thirty-one: rising generations Will you assist us all ia t*
Till the funeral note shall sound. At balls lam too often left your power, in our endeavors to introduce! ,
of which time half it million: more will be to American schools, parlors and firesides ,

fur jislied if necessary.We Farewell farewell to all that's dear, Where gpintaers sit in rows, the stories and lessons of rarle7'Magazinef 1 t

? Within' ; this vale of tears, Why won't the men propose, mamma? Every single number of the new volume

learn from the Advertiser of the It seems that life's but toil and care Why won't the men propose? will have a strong paper cover, abundantly ) : J

same date, (Oct. 18,) "that Col. Long U. Strife, envy, malice, fraught with fears. for sufficient binding to, and preserve for use the ia work school in good. order J

S. Engineer! crossed! the Chnttahooohie Farewell farewell, I must conclude, MARINE LIST. The yearly subscription being one dollar, f I t

River, near the mouth of the Uchee creek I is almost twelve o'clock, .6 our friends will perceive the impracticabil* ,

I'm now in sueh disquietude ity of keeping open so many thousand ac j
miles below Columbus) ,
(twontv'.five some counts. It is therefore i'rf
indispensable thai
last week, havinjj proceeded thus 'far Methinks I hear him knock. PORT OF KEY WEST. we should require payment always ia ad' "f I

wit Farewell fanwcll-a last farewell vancc. I
thn survey of the contemplated RailRoad I
Time's floating on the Two numbers more will close the first ,. '
from the Mississippi) River to the wing, : and
I must be there ere the tolling bell ENTERED. year, we now give notice that all who r+

Atlantic.11 Ceases its last to ring. Dec. 8, Sloop Morning Star, Denison; 9thSl fr desire tbefrJDtentioDI to continue the seasonable Magazine,may slgni- :t t
b1 adranc
Superior Co-irt of i'i,::. United States, Southern May 1834. I Orlando, Hamilton, Portland, sundries for the second year. t t;

Jtid dial District of Florida, De- to master. If any of the subscribers should not re. s I

|, OFF CIAI.-Wary Department.-Extractof I CLEARED.Dec. echo all their numbers, they can request t
>er adjourned term 1834. a letter received :oy the Secretary of the 8,Sloop Morning Star,Denison the p;it matter notify us of such as are '

At meeting of the officers of the Court Navy, from an officer recently arrived from missing and they shall 1 be sent again free oC i

and members of the Bar, assembled in consequence the pacific ocean. charge. ; ,
Brig Rose, Holmes, 5 ds fm St. Ten copies free of .
of having heard of the decease of iugust 25th last, I left the Fairfield at postage.. .
; Marks, passed thNW Channel yesterday, f y*To accommodate aUfc ation..scbooJ. ,
Alexander Hamilton Pav late clerk of.thisCourt anchor off the Island of Puna: in Guayaquil NYork and individuals a
bound to passenger to this place, for the distribution we will ,
liter. C Wardsworth the Vin- .
the following resolutions were adopted -" .n Rev Mr. Oazway. deliver at any post office lathe United
cennes, sailed from Payta August |2lh for States, free of
..... postage, ten copies to one .
:- Callao-the schooner Dolphin being at that address for ten dollars remitted to us with

Rfsoleed, That we deeply lament tho place. Go id hal-h prevailed throughout MARRIED, out cost. LILLY, WAIT CO. J

loss which we and the community at largo : the squadron.: On Wednesday last, Capt. Geo. Alder. Boston, Feb. %5. ,
glade, to Miss Mary Maccarania, all of this .
have sustained: in the death of our esteemed Guayaquil.-A place. In the Superior Court oftAe Southern Judfoal If
From letter to s*
a mercantile -
fn'end District
ALEXANDER HAMILTON house ;m New York, dated Juaaquilu --- ... Richard of Florida.. "< ci
DAY late clerk of this court. .\ Wm. II. 8haw Roberts ,
I ,ust 17th, says:-This place unfortunately vs.

TfcWrftf, That we tender to the friends r has been the theatre of revolntion John"Harris..' t |B Attachment. 57 Bales of Cotton, pick. (in Aiminlt). '

and connexions of the deceased,our warm and civil war, for some months past; and to defendant ed up at sea. '
add Jo these dreadful calamities THE and all interested, will ',1, persons interested in the above
a case
est sympathies under their bereavement, by during the pestilence notice, that tie above suit bas A are hereby notified, that all the residue
rainy season of an alarming been
commenced by attachment in the
of the for
this which
dispensation of Divine Providence.RfsohfJ money the above Cotton
extent; but we rejoice to is j the war perior Court for the Southern District of sold the
was by Marsha
That we hold in cherished remembrance is over, and the city restored to its wonted Florida, and they are required to appear aAertie payment of the salvage of this and District expea,

the virtues and usefulness of health. Commerce begins to revive. and plead! to the declaration at the next m in said tune.'has been paid iototheWgutry ,,

the deceased and of term of laid court A. GORDON, of the Court, where it will renalo ;,
as a testimony our
[ ;
Difficulties rof .& a.-Tbe truth is, oct.15-lamb Attfc for P'K.PARLr.8 for tune months, unless aooner claimed br ,
respect for his memory, we will wear crapeon an editor; cannot step out without treadingupon the person or persons entitled ti the sao, .*

the left arm for thirty days. soraebodv'a toes. If 'lio MAOAZI!E. or Lu or their legally authorized arent i ITl i
Ruoltfd That the District Attorney Iris opinion fearles'sly J and he is Circular to Parent,Teachers,School Committee A. U. DAY, C'Jfr. .d'
frankly, arrogant
and all
who feel interest ia tho
an B/. h. K., INEVTCOMB, D.Ct ,If
grove in area that these and presumptuous. If heat
court, resolutions improvemeot pt youth. (.ol/mk)"

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< _-...-- ----:- tie of LangsioV, fought on the At last, in the midst of her hypocritical make tb better cLit3re .betterbrorl.ent- !

17r EXECUTION OF MARY STUART. which her forces were completely defeated lamentations, she affixed her signature to better sisters, better pupils, better aswci.

'I The 8th of February 1587 is memorable by the Regent Murray, suddenly left her the warrant of execution. She could not ates, and,. in the cod, better citizens.

as the day of the execution of, again a helpless fugitive. After concealing at the moment conceal the exultation will We beg the friends of education, espe
Scots Mary Queenof herself for a few days in the house of Lord which her heart was palpitating. "Go," cially parents and teachers, to view the
in the
Castle in, great hall of Fotheringay Ilerries in Galloway, she took a boat at she said jestingly Davison, as she delivered matter in this light. Let children look up-

Northamptonshire. The outlines Kirkcudbright on the 16th, and putting him the fatal docket, "tell this to \Valflingham" )- on the pictures, not as )pictures merely
the history of,this but
them be
princessare taught to study them '1
across the Sol landed Wa|, {
at Workirgton in who
way ( was then sick ) though I
so generally familiar, that we shall only can more rich valuable materials for
Cumberland. She never set her foot fear he will die for in
here again sorrow when he hearsit. structive lessons than
a few dates, in order to a good engraving?
I on the soil of her native country. Queen ." She afterwards that the After this
place its course the more clearly before the pretended : execution explanation of our princi.
wild of the reader She was the daugh. Elizabeth, who, from their relative political took place contrary to her. intentions pies and purposes we ask V'
ter of King James V. of Second, by his position and certain feelings of a more ; and Davison, whom she and her advisers of all vho receive this circular. Will you

second wife,Mary of Lorraine, sister of the private nature, was her rival) and her irreconcilable had made their instrument, suffered aid us by your influence in this great work,

+ Duke, of Guise, and widow of Louis of enemy, had now got her victim severely for the p art which ho had been befooled the formation of mind and character for tho
> > Orleans of within her gras+ and *as not the woman to play. The Earls of Shrewsbury rising generation1 Will you assist us allin
Duke Longueville. and ,
; in endeavors
to her your power, our to
Palace of permit again to escape. Mary had Derby, Kent, and Cumberland to whom introduce
was born at the Linlihgow! on to American schools, parlors, and
arrived in the firesides
the 7th of December, 1542. On the 14th, English territory in a state the warrant was directed, arrived at Foth the stories and lessons of Parley's Magazine ,\

j by the death of her father, she became of nearly entire destitution, without a shilling eringay on the 7th of February 1587, and Every single number of the new volume

Queen of Scotland in her own right. On in her pocket, or an article of dress immediately informed Mary that she must t will have a strong paper cover abundant

the 21st of August following she was except what sho wore on her person. After prepare for death. She heard the announcement sufficient to preserve the work in good order;

crowned Stirling. Even before' this and a few days sho was conducted by Elizabeth's with courage and resignation, and for binding and for use in schools.

active contest had commenced between order to Carlisle, from whence, on asked to have a confessor. Even this favor The yearly subscription being one dollar]!

l Henry VIII. of England and his partizans the 16th of June, sho was removed to Bol- was not granted; but they offered to ity our friends of will perceive the impractical!],

: on the one hand, to procure the young a sovereign ton Warden Castle, the house of Lord Scroop, send to her Dr. Fletcher, the Dean of Pe !! keeping It is therefore open, so many indispensable thousand account
; in of the West Marches. The honors whom she that
terborough refused
marriage his son Edward ; and to see. She/ we should require payment in
the Queen. mother, Cardinal Beaton, and to her regal rank were at the same then supped: drank to her servants, who vance. ad
_. .
.L' '" time punctiliously. .Dald to .}1f .r.. _ItrP__ .IIh... plcdJled her nn their Iftiroa. Two numbers
tnerr ncuon 00 the other to preeerve her -- -- .v .v npntsprl her"m more will close the
fora French,or other continental alliance. remained till the beginning of the next ,-adding certain bequests; and;- -retired year, and we now give notice that all xlio first I+

To her year, when she was transferred to Tutbury to rest. hours desire to continue the Magazin
protect from Henry's attempts to Having slept some she awoke, ,may si w
Castle in fv their
Staffordshire, and committed to and intentions by a seasonable
obtain possession of her she sprnt the rest of the night in advance
person, was prayer
the for the second
custody of the Earl .
of year
soon after removed Shrewsbury.- The she
her morning
by mother from being come 'herself If of the
Stirling to a monastery, situated on an island ) confinement This continued to be her principal place of in a lobe of black velvet, the richest in her ceive any all their subscribers numbers should not re
in the Loch of during the remainder of her wardrobe and then they can request
Menteith. In th s as. life to her oratory, the post master notify us of such
)Aunt she remained till tbeyear 1548, whenit Whinfield, although in she spent some short periodsat where she remained till the sheriff came t to missing! and they shall be sent again as free are cf

was resolved to send her to France ; the Derbyshire, at Chatswortb, summon her to the scaffold. It was placedat charge.

fatal result of the battle of Musselburgh) in field the same county, at Coventry, at Shef the upper end of the Hall, having seton Ten copies free of postage.

{or Ilinkie,) fought on the 10th of Septem of and other places. In 584 the Earl it a chair, a cushion, and a b'ock' covered G3r"To accommodate associations, chooln

ber preceding between the Regent Arran Shrewsbury was succeeded in the office with black cloth Here Fletcher and individuals, for the distribution
4 of her began t to we will
1 and the Protector Somerset, baring excited goaler by Sir Drew Drury and Sir address her in a violent invective against deliver at any post office in the United

c a stronger fear than ever of her falling into Amias Powlet. There seem to be conclusive her religion; but she requested him to de address States, free of postage, ten copies to ono

the hands of tho English, should she remain evidence that Elizabeth, through sist. He then delivered a after for ten dollars remitted to us with.
: her ministers prayer ; out cost. LILLY
Walsingham anti Davison WAIT &
m the which tho CO.
country. executioner
Accordingly,having prepared himself Boston
proposed in almost direct t to Feb. !5.,
been brought for that purpose to Dunbar- ___..__ u terms to. those do his office. HPT \vonen bavin rernovwl
ton Castle, she embarked on the Clyde and pur&U18" lu iiuu um BUIUC w'y to shorten the upper part of her dress
Ihelife"of their Alary knell CHEAP, VALUABLE..VNDWTEIirsfc:
arrived safely at Brest the prisoner. They however down and laid VOKK
on 13th of August her head on the block, when The
At the court of France she received firmly declined to act upon this atrocious the executioner at two strokes severed it Family Physician and Gazette of Human .

,I a careful education, not only in all the accomplishments suggestion.Annas "1\ly answer is," wrote Sir from her body. By the testimony of all Life.
;j but in all Powlet, "I shall deliver unto who Being a Library of Health
learning of with you were present, her bearing, at this her and Ilygenif,
that age; and the fine capacity with which great grief and bitterness of mind, last hour, was in all respects becoming and and of Popular and General' Medical
that I
oho was gifted by nature, enabled her to this am so unhappy as living to see magnanimous. We ought also to have individual Knowledge' : rendered familiar to every

make the happiest return to the efforts of direction unhappy day, in which I am required mentioned that, addressing the crowd who netted with embracing the every subject con
by from prevention
her instructors. On the 24(h of April, my most gracious sovereign stood around, she solemnly declared her and cure of di.eases-tLc treatment.
; to do an act which God qualities ti
4 -. 1558, she was united in marriage to the forbiddeth. God the law innocence both of the murder of Darnley! medicines-their good and ill effects
forbid or
Dauphin afterwards Francis I should make so anJ ealth-tllc
II the of ingredients
prince any participation in of
foul BabingtoL's secret,
wreck of or pat
,,4 --. being a few months younger than herself. a my conscience,or leave so conspiracy against the life of Elizabeth. ent medicines-the true principles of cat-

_.N' The death of her father-in-law, Henry II. great a blot on my poor posterity, and shed ing and drinking, oreatin; and
on the 10th of July ;.1659, raised her to the blood without law or warrant." It was to live-domestic cookery- drirAinjr_;
then resolved to destroy the PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. and a great variety of
throne of France but unfortunate curious
; she only: her valriaber!
___. .. enjoyed and
1 Queen under the fitrvna_ r\C_. _lanr_ In Circular to Parents interesting knowledge
IIe'VaUon lOr abOut a year and a baif her n n_ ... .'J.Jt......K. ,Teachers,School Committees importance of the highest;
husband dying on the bah December 1560. the Parliament p issed an act that whosoever and all who feel an interest in the from the to all and hitherto bidden

iti Having also lost her mother, who had hitherto should endeavor to raise a rebellion in improvement of youth. Contributed mass of mankind.

acted regent inScotlandon the 10th the kingdom, or attempt the Queen's.hfe, IT is not quite a yearsince Parley's Mag by a number of practising-

of June preceding, and theall'aira of that or claimed any right to the crown of Eng was commenced,during that short The Physicians. .,
.- country having fallen into land," should be tried by a commission period the number of subscribers have in object of this work is to present ;
confusion appointed
great creased to OOOO and the ry subject connected with
+ by the Queen has receiv diseases
and if and
found t
Alary determined ; *
now to guilty
return to her her ed treatment which
everywhere, most by its
put to death. It unqualified simplicity and
froditary dominions and with was well understood by ap of its per-
; tbat view she probation. It has found its way to thous spicuity details, shall enable
,4 V. embarked at Calais on the 5ih of August, every body, at the time, that this act ws ands of families, and while it has entered wish, to be thoroughly informed in this all who

i 1561, end, after a voyage of five days,Jan- expressly levelled against the Queen of the social circle, its unobtrusive lessons interesting and important of science mini

t ded in safety at Leiih, having escaped the Scots. Accordingly, after her papers had have, we trust, often had a salutary influ The advantages of such n publication to
fleet been seized and she had been removed ence on the juvenile mind and all ranks of society need
English in a fog. On the 29th of Ju to heart. It not be insisted
Fotheringay Castle, on the 15th has also found its to the school on, since they must up
of way
Iy, 1565, rhe married her relation Henry September room ; suggest themselves! to
Stuart Lord 1586forty-twocommissioncrswith and many classes of pupils have been cheer every reflecting mind. Under the influence
Darnley, son of the Earl -
ed of the
twice month diffusion(
five a by the of
of the welcome sound
judges voice
of realm of medical !know
Lennox and were
through the countess l his the teacher ledge all
bidding them to among classes
by letters patent under the lay aside, for a empiricism mutt; Lfl .
mother the seal
great disarmed
Margaret, daugh the on few-days, the class book which they have of the dangerous
ter of authority of this act, to meet atlhe lat read which it weapons with
Henry of England, from whom over and over; perhaps wars so
times successively
twenty against the
Mary Herself was also descended in the ter place, to try her on the charge having and read the pages of Parley's Magazine._ of man; the abusive employment of medi

.. .same degree. It was in virtue of this des been a party to the conspiracy of Antony The demand for the work, to be used i in the cines so baneful to )health,will give place to

scent that she claimed during the life of Babington and his confederates, who, to the schools, is rapidly increasing. rational administration of remedial
number fourteen had Encouraged by such agents, and the scientific
Elizabeth Iw considered the heir just been executed unexampled success, and experienced
presump- for a plot against the Queen's the publishers have resolved to render physician will be aided in his
t ''t' tive;, to the English crown. That crown life. Thir still it i leviate the efforts to al
six of the more worthy of so liberal a sufferings of
ty commissioners assembled patronage humanity. JVoth.
devolved ;
actually eventually her on and not to ing that can add
upon son, exertions to the
the 11th of till utility of
October and they see the work
James VI. The assassination, in her presence various ad it introduced into families and schools shall be neglected. The principles
of her Italian journments pronounced sentence the throughout and regimen of diet
secretary David Rizzio on the whole length and breadth shall be explained
,(or more properly Riccio,) by Lord Hutiiven1and 25ih, in the Star Chamber at Westminster, the United States. of application enforced. The ingredients, and their
against the accused. This trial In this view secret remedies V
Ml other conspirators, instigated by exhibited they have secured new aid shall bo given and the whole
her husband perhaps! extraordinary an accumulation in the editorial department. subject ofmateria medica 1
took place at Holyrood House The late edi shall bediscusscd i

r. on the 9ih of March, 1666. On the 19th of substantial injustice and oppression as tion tor of to the hi... .nll..lil Juvenile. :..... Rambler_ __ _, who.. in_ addi-. and O:7-l\explained in a lucid and simple style.
_'" r.:.:..._ 'ull ever was witnessed It WAS the fit conrln. n- -- .-g..uu": a writer fur the :: premium_on fir-" 1f1nntt., ......, "IIIIC L_ .
'" "u.o 10uo"lOg 8he gave birth to a SOD young, has the to tIle.writerof award'c1
advantage of the best
afterwards James lion of an illegal and tyrannical many years ex. ( exceed
VI. On the 10th of Feb I of imprisonment perience :as a teacher, will henceforth ing JO pages octavo) on cU3YJnot
tuaryy. 1567, Darnley was killed by the I twenty years.. Not being a sub sist in conducting it. ass the community of the general to

i blowing up of the house called Kirk of ject of the English Crown, Mary could We propose to present in the of I medical kDowled '. 1 he diffusion of
i be progress essays are to N
.tVld, m the vicinity Edinburgh where not brought to trial on the existing statute such volume, a groat variety of interesting directed post paid, to the editor in all of

he kr ill- an event which was unques of treasons. But just as little surely important topics, among which are the fol June next.
tiona.hljhe could she, except by the most lowing: The
result of outrageous award of
design whoever the
i were I. premium will
the defiance of all reason be Natural History, of beasts depend
guilty patties. On the 15th of made amenablo birds, fish. upon the decision of scveial
May, es, reptiles insects eminent
Mary became to the provisions of a new act I plants, flowers, trees, PDTSicians. -
once more a wife the human
f by giving frame,&c.
I. Tier band to the Earl of Bothwell), the man framed to comprehend her case, while she II. Biography ; especially for the OJ-EditoMl:: postmasters and others
who was detained a in young. are
was prisoner the HI. respectfully invited
universally accused of having country by Geography ; accounts of places to act as agents
been the contriver: of tie murder of the force. Among the most active of her judges ners, customs tic. ,man. person who remits ten dollars will have Any tcu
t 'late husband and who were Elizabeth's ministers themselves IV. Travels and copies forwarded 'him. Persons
indeed be said Voyages ; in various remitting
i 1 may Lord Burleigh Sir parts of the one dollar will have
to have been since proved to have been the Francis Walsingbam, world. All distant eight numbers sent.-
f tuthpr of that crime. We and others, the very men who bid been .h- V. Lively descriptions of the curiosities to the communications to be and ressed
are not perhaps of editor. No.
F ; boring for to effect nature and art ; in each of 6 Cortlandt
warranted. to conclude years her destruction the United York street, New
....... .... 1.__._ L___ L _',0 as.some 0 writers ap- and who. At nil f>Vf>nt. tho nrlrnmvl-, States, and in other countries. (and must be post paid.)) Yearly sdbV -
were scriben __ _. .
;- 'u UGYU wen InCtlON 10 clo, from this --- -n.- VI. Lessons on nh;............. .1.6.. _! to"c wnn!
--- -- o. I.
fact alone edged originator|and directors of the --.I. .oa UiillY sur. The
taking circumstances into pre. round children in the parlor editor has great pleasure
t consideration,either that Mary berse'f had sent proceedings.; It was not even preten den.&c Accounts of trades and nursery, gars able to announce the approbation of being
been ded that Iftyof' her jury her menu. employ. eminent medical many
a party to the murderor even that she were peers. this gentlemen to the plan of
was cognizant of Bothwelft guilt ; but it She was allowed no counsel. The letters VII. Particular duties of the publication.

seems impossible to acquit her of a most and other papers, forming the principal evi parents, teachers, brothers, sisters young&c. ; to

indecorous and profligate indifference u to dente upon which she was convicted,were VIII. Bible lessons and stories. I In the Superior Court
whether not only all of them the IX. of the o.dAma1i.. '
he was guilty or no. Her impru compositions of ; such as are well authen dioal District
dent conduct, to call it by no harsher name, others, but were not even originals. Of I ticated, original tales. Richard Roberts, of Florida.

i brought its punishment after it, in a I life had the witnesses: some, such as Babington, X. Parables, fables,and proverbs,where vi. f)

henceforth of almost unmixed trouble and been previously put to death, merely the moral*is obvious and excellent. 57 Bales of Cotton, pick. f In

aorrow. ..he was soon after shut the testimony, hich had been extracted XI. Poetry J adapted to the youthful ed np at sea. } AimiraltT.
t her up by from them before pacity and ca. A LLpersoot
insurgent subjects in the Castle of they suffered being exhib feelingi. interested io the above easer
Loch Leven, where ahe ited; others such as her secretaries Nine XII. Intelligence are hereby notified, that all the residue
was ,
compelled ; of the
on embracing
the 2< of June and Curl, although alive of Juvenile accounts money for which the above
to aigo a renuaciatioa of were never con bOOb, societies, and wa sold by the Marshal Cotton
her f Frown in favour of her infant 100.- fronted with .her-their written depositions ble occurrences. remarka. after the of the of this District.

From ihU, imprisonment she made her only being pm1 ced. Having obtained Many of these subjects will lei in aaj Sa1m"Dt, bas been salvage and e pen.
cape,on the !d of May, 1568, aDd fled to her; easy object by the verdict *f the com by numerous and beautiful illustrated gistry of the Court where paid it will into the Re-

Hamilton Castle, in Lanarkshire, where missioners, Elizabeth thought it necessary pared by the beUrtits, and engravings selected with pre for woe months, unless sooner claimed remain
the by
abe was to go through a melancholy farce a view not only to adorn person or persons
soon joined by some thousands of of dii- the work but to entitled to the Mme,
or hIS
her adherea't. simulation, without a parallel for improve the taste, cultivate or their legally
But the result of the bat elaborate raise the the mind, mod authorized agent
and at th* ame time transoaw artifice_ affections of tie youth to A. II. DAY, CHk.
priate appro
and worthy object.. By 11. K. '
Wo would [ol1m9m] NEWCOM{ D. { .