Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
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December 20, 1834
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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.- -- -- !become hound in an obligation with one or -flatter-- themselves that this establishmentwill i being emphatically Principles, not ;:." !

more good nil I sufficient! securities, to he merit a large share of patronage. They and our ambition to do and sustain right .

TiIE KXQUIRHK. approved of by tdo. board of wardens or a have now several fonts on hand, which can Ns we design making the :Mercury a vehicle i I 1

majority of them, for the port and harbor aforesaid be furnished at a few hours notice, and arc of general information to all clause! of lao!

EDITED AND PITRJ.Ism'D in the su n of one thousand dollars, prepared to make fonts oi all weights and I community, we shall at all times endeavor jI ;

conditioned for( the faithful, diligent, and sizes from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga to present to our patrons, regardless of la

BY ATKINSON. able performance of their dutieswhich bond great variety of ruamental Letter.- I bor or expense, the latest Commercial' and i

when executed shall immediately be placedon Their assortment of Cuts and [)Dashes rass Political' 1 itelligence, both Foreign and

TERMS.-Five Dollars per annum. file in theofTice of the Clerk of the Superior Rule, and other ornaments will be found to Domestic ; with as great a varlets of Lit j

t the of Court ofsaid County, at the proper cost be very extensive, of which specimens will ciary and Miscellaneous\ matter as our .un
inserted rate
ADVERTISEMENTS of such pilot. be forwarded to Printers as soon as they its will permit. 0r,, columns will remain 'h

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for can be prepared.Printing open to the temperate, discussion! of any i I

the first insertion, and Peventv-Five Cents Sec. 3. Re it further enacted, That in Presses of every description, subject connected with Mc public good, excluding !

for each subsequent continuance. any event of the unfaithfulness! insobriety Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, all scurrillitji and "personal spleen. )

h criminal negligence! of any pilot, ho shall (ornposing Sticks Bras Galleys, Imposing In me, whatever u ill l he> productive of spec

}'or the information Mariners: generally, upon the petition of any twenty respectable Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, dily rendering beneficial the varied natural

we have procured from the Collector the citizens of said city, or of a majority: of the Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha advantages of our State, elevating, the commercial

following schedule of the situation of the said hoard of wardens! so appointed to the complete assortment of all articles lined character of our nty, IIr mcliora

Light louses along the Florida shore, I Governor to that removed from of. in a Printing Office will be kept. constantlyon ting the moral,, social and ; I '

under his superintence fice.and may besides he proceeded againsthy hand. tion o-f-our people, will meet 1'i; : :: t J

\ CAPE FLORID.LIGHT.Stationary indictment, as in ordinary cases of misde Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, and humble support.

Situated on the South side of Key Biscayne mennor, and on conviction, (fined ink sum in great variety, may, be had when called CONDITIONS.
not exceeding one thousand dollars, to be for.
about 400 yards from the beach.-
The Light may be considered 70 feet above assessed by a jury, and shall moreover be Olden from all parts of the Union will be The Savannah Mercury I will be published

the level of the sea distant from the gulf liable to a suit on behalf. ofany party aggrieved promptly and mot carefully attended to, daily throughout the year, on a super royal

stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing 10 on the bond so as 'hereinbefore provided, and particularly in supplying SORTS for all sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable

feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of the to be executed by him. Units furnished !by their predecessors Bin semi-annually in advance.

light Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. furt'lercnactelJ' ny & Runaldson, and Richard Donaldson.Stereotyping The Morcurv for the co jntry will he published .
He it
Sec 4. irany
d LIGIP' SHIP frLORlHA Is situatedon in all its branches, executedby to meet the arrangement of the mails/ ,
such have been
person except as may appointed L. Johnson, as heretofore. three times a week at the office of tine Savannah
Reel bear the site of the
Carysford's jis aforesaid and l have complied with
JOHNS- & SMITII.No.6 Mercury and will be
in Lat. ?5 08 N. 8027 \V. sent to
old one,, Long. thcconditions specified in the second st-c-
George St. Philadelphia, 1833. : of the Union h
parts or delivered the City,
It ii two distinct ,
distinguished, as
easily shall
tion of this act, charge anycompenca.tion
(fc: rPublishers of Newspapers who insert at Four Dollars per annum, payable in'ad..
shown, which can generally be he he
lights are for services may perform as pilot
this advertisement, and lorward a paper vance, or Five at the expiration of six'months. I
at the distance of 12 mile Its object misdemeanor
seen doomed
shall guilty high ,
containing it to J. & S. will he entitled to It will contain all the Intelligence<< _
is to warn vessels from the dangerous thereof shall be fined "
and conviction in
$3, payable in settlement of their accounts Commercial Political, Literary and; Mia
shoals which it is
i locks and near placed. treble the of
not exceeding amount
a sum
when their bills amount to not leas than $10.J. ccllancnus, including advertisement, pub
KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on the compensation received by him to be asses
& '. lisped in the daily
S. West Point of the Island of Key West, sed by jury ; provided that this art shall Advertisements paper.will be conspicuously inserted

is in Lat. 24 33 1-2 N.Long. 81 52 1.2 not be held to extend to the master or mariner RF.. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, in both' 75
at cents
W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels of any licensed wrecking vessel, on CTFULLY Inform the Printersof of fourteen lines papers, for the first insertion per square, and

when entering the harbor ; the directions heFlorida Reefon hoard of any such wrecking the United States, to whom they have thirty-seven and a half cents, for each succeeding .
for which are as follows : Bring the / vessel, or on hoard of any vessel! which long been individually known as established

light to bear N. :'i.V.. and the {and Key has been cast away, unless such vessel Letter Founders, that they have now formed All communications publication.
by mail must be
Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross the no' cast away has'been spoken by a regular a co-partnership in said business, and paid.

Reef in about 5 fathoms water ; run tor Key pilot, at least six miles from the light house hope from their united skill and experience, post

West Light until within two miles, then on the Island of Key U'est. to be able to give full satisfaction to all who AlIKK-'K' OF MIKIJJ.:

4 Steer N. W. until you open Flceming's Key Sec. 5. Roil furtherenicfed, That all may favor them with orders. A HI'MOROI'S J'JRIPOlr.u.: j

which is a Mangrove Island in the north. suits! and prosecutions provided for in this The introduction of machinery in place One of the cheapest Publications in the IP I

ern part of the harbor and then run (tor it. act, shall he had in the Superior Court of of the tedious and unhealthy practice of United States. ;

The best anchorage is in the upper part of the County aforesaid or before the Judge casting type by hand, long desideratum by publication of the above named
the Eurepean and American Founde'i, was, THE pe
Ahe harbor. Height of the Light thereof in Chambers. will be commenced on Thursday
the level of the 83 feet C inches. by American ingenuity, and a heavy expend ,
sea, S'c.6. Be it further enacted, That the ,31st inst. The publisher is verydrsir-
Light Stationary.9AVD and he allowed micro of time and money, on the part of our
following fees rates of pilotage o'is of having all the namenuf the subscriber
KEY LIGHT-Revolving once to each and every pilot first for pilotingand senior partner, first successfully accomplish forwarded that
previous to time as be will ,
in 54 seconds. It is the best light. on tho conducting a ship orvesselin or out, ed. Extensive use of tho machine cast let. positively issue the work outhat day. I
S.V. S. from West ter, has fully tested and established its superiority
' coast ; by Key Light. ore any partof the Florida Reef. Secondly The number of names already received,
rLat. 24 26 N-Long- 81 57 W., situated from any part of the said Reef to the port in every particular, over that cast fully jusiifieti the issuing of the publication;

directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet ofKey West.or to Indian Kej. or thirdly I by the old process. and the first number will be forwarded to
business will
The Letter here.
; above the sea into Foundry
through either of the channels leading who have not subscribed
many ,
' after be carried on by the parties before
> TORTUGAS LIGHT-Stationary-on the port or harbor of Key \\ aforesaid, but who have signified their intention of
\jne of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the which' named under the firm of White,Jlagar&co.
to wit. for every foot of water such doing so, if the work should meet their expectations. .
western extremity of the Reef in Lat,' 24 Their specimen exhibits a complete series
ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars '.
31 N. Long. 83 10 W. '" such I. from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. 'I he Book
: and for every day for which pilot The price will be one dollar a year, pay. i
and Vcws being in most modern
.. may be detained or employed board Inch type able on the receipt of the first number,

PROPOSALSFOR ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- light and s'yle. and where five responsible names are s'nt.
White Hagar Co. arc agents for the
lars. the sixth shall. he furnished
PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses (opy gratis

AWSPAPERTo Sec. 7. De it further enacted, That every which they can furnish to their custom Letters containing one name must be post

: vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key ers at the manufacturers prices. Chases paid.As '\
the circulation will
BE ENTITLED' TilE West, except a licensed wrecking vessel, Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every be very extensive-
,I and refusing to receive a pilot on board, article used in the Printing Business, kept the publisher will print a cover for tbe /Mirror t f

EV WEST ENQUIRER. shall, spoken by said pilot six miles respectively for sale, and furnished on the shortest no- providing a sufficient advertising patronage .

from Indian Key aforesaid, or tics._ Old typo: taken in exchange for new shall be bestowed. AdvertiseaenU:
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UNDERSI NED, begs! leave re from the said Light House on the Island of at 9 cents per pound.N. g-------- will be inserted co spicnously on the cover .,

THE tiully, to offer preposition to this Key West, be neverthelessand it is hereby B. Newspaper Proprietors who give at who the advertise usual ratev.the Merchants will be and other J

enlightened public, to publish a weekly made subject to pay full rate: !* pilotage, as the above three insertions, will be entitledto by year, entitled '

newspaper under the above title. It shall though such pilot had been taken on hoard, Five Dollars in such articles as they may five to one dollars.square, renewable every month, for. I

hut if not spoken more than three miles! respectively select from out specimen.New .
be principally devoted to Commercial In Gentlemen who will regularly furnish o'
from the abovementioned places, York, 1833.
tellijjence-party controversy shall be entirely t then and incase of such refusal as aforesaid riginall.umorouaarticles which shall be ap
excluded. proved by the editor, will Lave the publica
she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and PROSPECTUSor
The undersigned is fully. aware of the no more. tion sent to them without charge .

Difficulty of the task he is about to under See. 8. Re it further enacted, That no THe Address LYNDE ELLIOTT, i

take, and in consideration of his want of fees shall be demandable for piloting and SAVANNAH MERCURY.A Bel Air, Hartford County, Mi. I II

experience, has obtained the polite offer o' conducting any vesiel.if/ same be spokenat DAILY HORNING! TAPER, .I,
less distance than three miles from the II E SUBSCRIBER respectfully in- ,
assistance from friends whwsc., and Devoted to Commerce- \griculture-Politics 'r
age light house aforesaid, or from Indian Key forms his friends and the public that '
Literature and General
qualifications render them competent to provided that this secticn shall not beheldto he is prepared to do all! kinds oUt 'B PRIN :

the task. For his_ own. :f rayj* ,: 11\\,.pledg extend to any vessel going or coming edited arid Intelligence. in the TING. He hopes by attention to business,
To be
himself that, so fr.r as h7s ,health and I through the northwest passage! of the harbor published city of to merit a liberal patronage.J. .

will the I West when the distance Sarawak, Gto. ATKINSON.
strength permit- public may ely of Key spoken at
u\Kn t.he 'ifmost regularity the publica- of two miles and a half from said light BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON. Key West, Nor. 1. ,
presenting to the public the prospectus )
tj\e paper. ; of the Savannah Mercury, a just regard
Be further enacted That in
Sec 9 ,
Gre4lt"paIns; will be taken. to obtain! the roaster of vessel for the feelings of those -we expect to W. A. Pitcher, )
the event ofany a refusing la Attachment.
earliest and most correct .intelligence of to pay any pilot for his services the amount serve, a* well as a compliance which time John vs.Harris, '

,Wrecks ancj Wrecked Property, and also *offees herein before provided, such pilot Las sanctioned renders it necessary to givea defendant and all concerned will

reports otJ1Spassu: :} iQgt' ,he Florida may at discretion, sue out from the office brief synopsis of the principles which shall THE notice, that tbe above suit hat

Reef jiEGEOT of the clerk of said court an attach govern us io our editorial duties-We are been commenced by attachment in tbe Superior
tLal in
witb the belief a
MEN friendly to the under ment, returnable immediately to the said ment impressed like ours.the preservation of the govern Lib. Court for the Southern District of t

,_. ease receive SHbscri,,i'o and court, or to the Judge !thereof Chambers, cities of the People mainly depends on their Florida, and they are requiredto appear !

Mfprward t'tio.:'iames to the Editor,as. soon aspossible aga-net the vessel piloted spoken, which virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the and plead- to the declaration at' the'next r
said in shall
Court or the Judge Chambers
._ -J of sound term( said! court A. GORDON,
dissemination knowledge
summarily and without jury proceed to examine j I political
.J.. 'ATKINSON.. among them, and being actuated by a sincere (oct. 15 13m] Attf.forPl'AP. "
.J' into the facts and law of the case, ,
Odobr1 1834 .* ; desire to advance the cause of Stat 1
i ; and decide accordingly to it. merits but if .

.w" ... the said vessel I so assisted or spoken, shall Right and Constitutional" Liberty, we shall C. GREENE 7CON41NUES t
support the doctrines of the RightsParty
bewithm'the of the court .
not jurisdiction ,
AN ACV.tQ. previde for the appointmentof 01 Georgia; as set forth in the I irgin-
th .aid court or Jude in Chambers shall to transact General Ale -
Pilot iW to regulate the rules oj, ia as.d Kentucky Resolutions of 1708-99
and businessat
add nay on the return of 4Ue attachment, CommUsion
Pilotage .at the.jwrt: of Key West, and for and which were so triumphantly maintainedby
and de. West. He commodious War
'proceed: in like manner, EX-P, KTK, Key
purposes. tbe State of Georgia in 1825-6, and 7 ;
cide accordingly. I louse, and goods will be taken en storage
S*? tp Be it enacted by the Governor and thereby assist in perpetuating the inestimable .
Passed at reasonable
Feb. rates
% t ouricil of the
and egislative of .
Territory under
blessings we enjoy our
[nor. )8.34.41tjT11ESubscriber
Florida That from and after the of
,: passage Council. form of government, and which are
this act, the Governor of the said Territory Pres. Legislative! guaranteed unto us, so long as each depart..
Approved Feb. 15 1834
be and be is hereby authorised, by and with meut of her. kept within its legitimate would inform bit friend

the advice and content pf said Council, duce TYPE FOUNDRY sphere of action. We are in favor of a 1 and the public that be is prepared to
ing its annual sessions, to appoint such number A ING Purchased Mr. RICHARD strict construction of the Constitution-and attend io any business ttaenl, be eotrustf

of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established and opposed te ali systems which Lave for their ed to bis care io tbe

West and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly very extensive Type Foundry, the subscri object the taxing of the many for the benefit AUCTION COMMISSION LINE.

direction from said city and the extreme I ben have formed co-partnership for the of the few, or of laying restriction: upou His office is up stairs in Mr. F. A. Browne'

Northern limits of the County of Mon purpose of continuing said business, and for Commerce or domestic industry-and shall Ware-House, where hems at all times b.

roe,aslie may deem necessary, expedient, I the convenience of their friends and patrons I' resist all encroachments by the Federal found.

and advisable, provided the number appointed have removed their establishment to amore Government on the rights o(the States and He takes this opportunity of rendering

in aoy one year shall not exceed central part of the city. At it their I the liberties the People. But whilst. we thanks for past favors, sod Lopes, by unremitting

twelve. intention to keep on Land a good assortment thus express our preference for tbe principles attention to business, to merits

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That such t of the best type, and to make such of the State Rights Party of Georgia continuance: of public patrons.
pilots so appoint, before entering on the and improvements the taste of we shall support that party only so long as JOS. A. THOUBON.

dischug of their duties as such, aball each I and the wants of the country require, they they adhere to those principles,-oar cootto (Dec. e, Ilt34. eS-tf]


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could swim or not, did the same, it beinga Now listen to me, Mounseer Frenchman I POETRY.

AHAITE DIAMOND. point of honor not to refuse. The capt. and I'll teach you how its done.Dutchman What is poetry? A smile, a tear, a glory

was just coming up the ladder, when ho ; No; listen to me, I untcr- a longing after the things of Eternity, It(
diamond in tho world the
The largest saw, as he imagined, a man tumble overboard sthants how to bronounce de most proper- lives in all created existences:-in man, and
a Abaite so called from the river of"hat name, which was Tom, in his descent; but est. I gomes from Je todder sidt of England every object that surrounds him. There is

was discovered in the Brazils, about 70 how much more was he astonished to see and zur, I knows how to spoke de pure poetry in the gentle influences of love and

years. This gem weighs 1680 carats, and twenty or thirty more tumbling off by twosor Enklish. afflict ion, in the quiet broodings of the soul

has been estimated millions by competent judges, to threes, until it appeared that half the Irishman; Is that a raisonable sort of raison over the memories of early years, and in

-be worth two sterling. So roman thai if ship's company were overboard. lie tho't now? By that same logic I should know the thoughts of glory,thai chain our spirits
tic is the history of its ,
embellished discovery the aid, of fiction that they were possessed with devils, like how to spake the Inglish still better, for I to the gale: of paradise. There is poetry
only slightly by work of an the herd of swine in the Scriptures. Some came from this side iv England, and was too in the lurmonies nature It glitters
it would form the
tale. Three Mneirns, ,(inhabitants of the men who could not swim, but were never across the Irish channel since I was in the wave,the rainbow: the lightning, and
interesting of the of Minas) convicted too proud to refuse to follow, were nearly born, let alone the day before thai. And the star cadence is heard in the thunderand

of smuggling province gold, were doomed, by a drowned. As it was, the first lieutenantwas thin, besides me great grandmother was a in the cataract;its softer tones go SWeet.

sentence of the viceroy, to perpetual banishment obliged to lower the cutter to pick schoolmaster, and me second cousin, on ly up from the thousand voice-harps of wind
in the wildest and most uninhabited them up,and they were all brought on board me neghbor's side, was a praicher intil the and rivulet and forest; the cloud and the 1.

of the province of Minas Gernes, "Confound that fellow," said the captainto bargain : so Mister Mounshurc, I'm the boy sky go floating over us to the music of its
;1 which part at that time was unreclaimed l from the first lieutenant, he is always at the that'll taiche ye to spake Inglish properly. melodies; and it ministers to heaven from

I( !, the Indians, or the wild denizens of the head of all mischief.. Follow my leader, Frenchman ; Oui! All speak de Inglese, the mountains the earth and the untrod '
indeed send Tom Beazcley here." We all de Yankee de Irish mande Dush all
forest. For-upwards of five years, these -man, den shrines of ocean There is not a moon.
$ men dragged on a miserable existence, sup. thought that Tom was about to catch it.- speak him bess, and all speak him different! light ray that comes down upon stream or

.' I ported by the hope of discovering some "Hark ye, my lad," said the captain," ajoke's begar. Now vat you call dis, [showing a I hill, not a breeze calling from its blue air-
rtir I rich gold formation that would purchase a joke, but every body can't swim as polato] dis pome de terre? throne to the birds of the summer values

1 iI' remission of their sentence. In the 6th well as you. can't afford to lose any of Yankee; That pum de tar! Why, Mown or sounding threw midnight rains its low, i

.j year, one of those excessive droughts which my men by your pranks, so don't try that seer, 1 call that pum de tar, a potatoe. and mournful dirge over the perishing flow

d1. so frequently devastate the interior provinces again-I don't like it." Every one thoughtthat Frenchman ; Oui. Now, sare, vat you ers of spring, not a cloud bathing itself like

\, ces of Brazil, left dry the bed of the Abaite. Tom got off very cheap, but he was a call him? an angel-vision in the rosy gushes autumn

, ,rj The three exiles accordingly descended into favorite with the captain,though that never Irishman ; A paratie, a raal murphy, to twilight, nor a rock glowing in the yellow t

",,1'r '' liao (alluvial soil) for gold. After a very sir," replied Tom, with grca apparent humility I Frenchman ; Oui. And now, sare vat but is full of the beautiful influences of .,
short search they discovered the but they were all so dirtythey'dblacked you call him? I It
I diamond i it in etry. is the sun! of being. The earth
'J t quPSti n. At first, from its extraordinary themselves at the funnel, and I Dutchman; What I galls him? Why; I I and heaven are quickened its
.' ihmmht it lilllrt.. wIIClhinrr.. ..... uinnlft.. ..... ....../.i.. llinm.. !' him bodado and by spirit, and
conceived be '''-- -- "' "' u'" ".u galls a vool might the
it lo
size, they only a crystal, Harm" ell any heavings of the great deep in tempestand
any Be sir, and recollect know dat.Frenchman.
but of the who
one party, possessed some in calm, are but its secret and
what I have said," replied the captain, turning I Ha ha ha! You mystcri.
knowledge of mineralogy, was convinced, ; begar bus breathings Prentice..
from its geometric form and peculiar brilliancy away, and showing his white teeth.Metropolitan. .- I all call him different. You all speak de -o.o->>

; that it was a diamond of prodigious true Inglese,and you no speak him like- THE MOUTH.
value.. Overjoyed at their good fortune -o.o- lIa, ha, ha! begot! '
A curious legend exists relating to the Yankee Well Artists differ in their opinion as to the feature
they resolved to proceed At all hazards to ; Mounseer, now let me -
1 the nearest presidency. 'The) did so, and discovery of printing. One evening of the ask you a question. What is this I have i in which gives a character to the f.1ce.- '
16th century, Faust was journeying towardsa (hand? Some hold that it is the eye-the windowof
,, on their arrival exhibited their gem to the my [showing icane.l
1 Commandante and the Vegario, the latter town in Germany. Just before him rodea Frenchman; Vat is dat? Vy, sare, dat i is I the soul)-through which beams the spir

of whom immediately act out for Villa Rica traveller on horse back. The shoes of -dal is-Sacre-me no can link; vat youI I it of the man. But how often do we see

j ;' f the capital of the province, where} on his horse left on the even soft ground, distinct I call de homme, derascalle,vat kill A belle? the most gifted mind dimly lighted by a

inspection by the Directors of the Collegeof and regular impressions, repeated with Yankee; What killed a bell? black lustre eye, or an eye full of brilliancy

Diamonds, it was pronounced to be a exactness at each step. FCMSI observedthis. Frenchman; OuiMounsieur i ; dat grant! in the head of a fool, which, like jewel ina

brilliant: of the finest water. A frigate was The next day printing was invented. 'I' roseate,dot murk; dot knock down A-belle toad's head, serves only to render its de

immediately despatched to Lisbon with the ; This origin of the great invention thoughbut while he keep de sheep, de mutton. fects the mOle hideous. Others, again aru

beautiful prize ; the Vergario received a : legend is not more improbable than Dutchman ; Oh, oh, I knows what he great sticklers for that prominent feature,

valuable church perferment, and the exiles I that of the toadstone; said to have been means now; he means Gain, de first mur- the nose. They talk of the Grecian nose, ,
a full pardon. The diamond has never discovered by a shepherd, alarmed at finding as beautifying the female countenance, and

been cut, the court of Portugal, from its .a stone adhering to his iron-pointed terer.Frenchman; Oui : yes, sare ; 'tis one the Roman, adding dignity to the mascu-
immense value, being unwilling to trust it crook. It is Jess strange that the first hint line. But it seems to me that the nasal organ -

for that purpose into the hands of a lapidary of this mighty engine should have been taken cane.Yankee; Right, Mounseet, it is'nt two can boast but little in characterising

;, but his late majesty, John the Sixth, from so rude a source, that no sparkof canes. Now what do you call it, you limb the face. If it he not a monstrosity, it attracts -

had a hole drilled through it, in order to intelligence should have ever kindled of old Ireland?' you essence of brogue? but small notice, and I challenge any >1
enable him to wear it suspended round his in the mind of a single one of the Roman Irishman; I'm after calling it ashelalah man to giveme the shape of another's nose,

royal neck on galadays. What has becomeof knights who bore about them small print and if you don't be aisy, I'll be after provm'it ; after seeing him twenty times The last

this gem, we know not. When the court ing presses in the form of seals. to ye.Dutchman. featurethe mouth, is by manyand I believe '

of Portugal emigrated to Brazil,it returned There is a similar account given of the I ; Now, shentlemans, don't the largest class, ranked first in the scale of
with them to its native discovery of lithography, which took phisiognoray. The
country; and on the place vight about a VI rt. Hark do me. Til but lips-those expressive ,
return of Don John to his European dominions only forty years ago. One night Aloys you out one. What you gall dis? [shown outlines of the nu uth-how varied are they
,it again crossed the Atlantic; but I Sennefeller, churist of the Munich Theatre, a quantity of curd with whey] ng in shape, how strangely defined, and how '

whether it was among the crown jewels I entered his small attic with three things i in Irishman; Och! and is'nt I full of character! Look at this gallery of '
bonny-clapper ,
give .up by Miguel, on the termination of his hands-a new hone for razors, an orderto sure? portraits. Here you behold', one with a lip

the late contest in Portugal, or whether i it draw his month's pay, and a printer's I Yankee; You may call it what thin and compressed-he is a man of decis
has been pledged by him to raise the sinews ball charged with printing ink. For it was but I call it lupper'd milk. you please ion. This picture whereon you see persuasion
of war, has not he who made or the theatre checks the little hanging its mouth
yet transpired. No Frenchman; Lop-ear milk! Mon Dieu on is the picture
Monarch had so splendid a collection of mark changed each time to prevent de Yankee milk ave de ear hear of one full of sweetness and amiability
diamonds as the late King of Portugal fraud. Scarcely had he laid on the mantle say, Mon Dieu! ye vat he Here is another-its lip is curled as if ha

It was quite a hobby horse with this good piece the order, when it was blown off, and Dutchman; Now you pe's all bitually in mockery and derision-it ::8 the

natured though imbecile mona ch. On I fell into a basin of water. Aloys snatchedup Dis, vat I ave in the nokkin is wrong.schmc portrait of a man I well know-he is a
the top of the imperial crown of Brazil, the precious paper, wiped it,and replaced at- scoffer at religion, a sceptic and an infideli

used at the coronation of Don Pedro, there it on tho mantle piece, put on it, to prevent case.Yankee ; It is indeed a But pass on to the next-what a fearfuf

was a diamond of the size of a pigeon'segg its being again blown away, the new think. Why' you don't know queer the difference case, I smile gathe-s around its mouth; ij.js the
of the finest lustre the razor hone which on the smile of the
j sceptre was way hidjrubbed. :between tweedledum and tweedledee. tiger, crouching ere he lenps
likewise surmounted by one almost its equal 1 against the ball. The black marks made good bye to you. on his prey. I once saw that man rise in
jn size; while the hilt of the sword was totally by this contact were observed the next day Frenchman De feedledum public assembly to answer a
; he is fee- opponent,
covered with transferred with admirable na
brilliant precision to the and that
Iems.- dledee, begar! Here same smile lurked his '
[ on
of like
one the lip,
On the of damp The chorist frogs hopping
evening day of his corona paper. Aloys Senne- out of Monsieur's a sun beam.resting on a thunder cloud
tion, the emperor and his imperial consort folder, observed this; lithography was in I him he-pursues It bursts on its victim. ere
the house vented. ,] Keshey de frog! ke hey de frog! 0 The mouth is emphatically -
graced opera with their presence. the pauvre frog! 0 the porch of the head
i me grand fricassee! lIe and the
On this occasion Don Pedro The new invention
soon spread Germany heart
over splendid over I scape; he begar! ; from the architect of the former
runaway; ,
uniform, stiff with gold embroidery and afterwards to Italy! England and Irishman judge of the we
I ; Och, and is'nt that structure and finish of that
and emblazoned with France. Sennefelder died quare now,
/ stars and orders,wore poor and neg I that a living latter.
straddle-bug should
/ a large pair of diamond lected. run away
epauletts, which, before he's cooked .
/ their and ate at all, at all the
by lustre
extraordinary ;
fairly dazzled -4'O i ungrateful The
sarpint! St. Patrick wTCf"Jto' disturbances in the
the of the
I eyes spectators. Dialogue in the Market I me from all preserve Indies
between a Yan, fags and toads as long as J appear to increase-and them
A SAILOR'S-0.- kee, an Irishman, a Dutchman, and a I live. And so with this pram's/ I'm off.; I seems reason to fear that "apprenticeship"
SPREE. Frenchman, on the of I Dutchman Mein system will noi work
subject Eatables and ; Cot! vat a vuss is here well. Man must b
The ship's company were now in a very Speakables. I spout a pull-vrog! Put I'll puy mirez a slave or a free man; there is no mediums\

fair state of discipline, owing to the incessant Yankee-Hullo!Mounseer,what are you grout, and den 1'llpe off do, in lesser as no An arrival at Norfolk, from St. Vincents,
practice, and every evening the hands going to do with them are frogs there in dime. brings papers from that island to the 16th
were turned to skylark that is inst., from which it
up to play that are basket? -o.o- appears that a mutinous

and amuse themselves. There was one Frenchman-De frog? Vy, sare, I will THE FUTURE.BY and turbulent spirit has manifested itself at
amusement which was the occasion of a eat de frog. Trinidad ; several hundred of the colored

great of deal the of mirth, and it was a favorite Irishman-A te him!what,ate that spraw- K. L. BULWER. I population assembled to- resmn------ nm-....,.. VI ftl'.J.106"":.
one captain's, 'a it made the men lincr divil of straddle.hnof 1W It number, who was imprisoned.
a Aa coon.. is, perhaps brothers They con
... ----- ,
--I' rather
DUll. U \AIIW t "_ ourselves tinned in this
allow leader. put all the state for three
my sarpints that
One oldie men leads St. Patrick carried that the fond heart successive days,
and all who choose out of Ireland in requires an here- and menaced violence but
.follow him sometimes a bag down the throat iv after. The tranquil rest-the shadow happily at the
; and last
forty or My will me. the silence-the accounts, they had not committed
join. Whatever the leader mere pause of the wheel any
does the Yankee-You serious
rest can't be of life outrage.
in have
must do also wherever earnest now no terror for the wise
; be goes the rest Mounseer. You aint such know the who In Demerara, a number of
must follow. Tom, who a pickerel as to duo value of the world- slaves, who
was always the bite were implicated
at a frog. in late disturbances
foremost for fun, was "After the billows of bad
one day the a been
leader frenchman-PickerelletVatis stormy sea, sentenced to
and after having dat you Sweet is at last the punishment ; but
scampered heaven
the of this
up rigging, call de pickereJle? repose does not seem to have remedied
laid out on the yards, climbed in the But not so, when that CTil.
liftS stillness
Yankee-A is
darned to divide Outrages have been
great long nosed fish committed iu
crossed from
mist lo mast the us from others
by I
down stays,slid that we catch with a frog bait. ; when those We have loved another estate; and twenty-four have been
by backstays, blacked his face with all the passion-the
Frenchman Vat apprehended
; you tell me sara? deotion-ine and committed to await their
:n the funnel, in all which you watchful
motions he was I bait de frog rid de fish! Mon Dieu! sanctity of the weak human heart trial. \9
followed about I you no ,
by are to
thirty exist to
hallooing us no
understand more
de when
frog ; after
and you no taste, nosense 'tong C -
laughjng while the ,
officers desertion
and years
other no skill the ,and widowhood
men in cuisme. Fish de bait vid there on earth, A pretty considerable )
were ead _
looking on and admiring the the frog Begar! is to be no hope of -ac1ie. A.
agility;;; a novel idea came into Tom bead invisible world beyond the JSTSfinS jolly son of Bacchus, who wears a nose
; Yankee Fish the bait!
It then Why don't like a handful of
was about strawberries
seven o'clock in the you torch, not of life after having
only but W
eV60J1ing p&rleyvoo of
right Bend !
foremost i
is sacrificed at
the ship was becalmed quenched in the to *be shrine of the
Tom rosy god
again I irishman
; Ay cuishlamacree ; and the thus describes
the don't his
why Out grave sensations
rigging laid we would on 'he
fain ensu
STSJn out to the the
,,followed by you put cart before the horse as I do? storer of broken UeJS'bu the greatest ing morning:-Talk of headache
me and the
rest Dutchman Yaw t the sS ; my
; minheer dumb head aches all
and he ,wydon't over from
u soon as the
was at the you of hopeless crown the
boow utter |o:
,he Enklish inexorable
goot like I does? chin.
sprung up. holding by the lift and Yankee and it is this tbuught-this separation ; Every hair on my head aches! and
out, "Follow the Jeader"leaped crying ; DaJk; ha, ba, ha, you talk about makes religion" sentiment which (pulling out half a dozen) I can feel these
the from the dalking! Why, you can't no out of love and teacheth ache while I hold
yard arm sea. I was second and more pro belief to the them in my hand."
cmngout"Follow nounce the English than a wild Hoppintot. mourning heart, that in the
leader" rW
my to the gladness of united
( You affections
followed not the
v mmlDd1hC tongue GERMANY.
o\heI'1.bether necessity of heaven! Between and three
To two thou.
they round Ue words of civilized how
a language_ many is the sand
death of the beloved, the individuals have been arreatei charged
parent of faith t with political offences.TUg '

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1 .
Arch Thompson, second mate, of New any witchcraft, &c.. whereby any person .. .
THE EEQUIRER. Yank shall haI JCn to be wasted, consumed,or : 1\tlltlnr lIl?t. I'

-"- John Rice, the Steward!, of St. Vi cent. lamed in his or her body or members, or PORT ;,
IKEY WEST, FLORIDA. Wm. McKenzie, formerly of the brig whereby any goods or chattels shall be destroyed

Reward, St. JnhnV, New Brunswick wasted, or impaired, shall, with : .
I John R. Schooneverof Penn. their counsellors and aider, suffer for the
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 183t.By Henry Boyson of New York. first offence one year' imprisonment and Dec. 15-SI Spy, Philip\ Nassau, N.P.

the arrival of tho Schr. Black Hawk, Oliver, a man of colour of Norwalk, the pillory,and for the second tho punish ballast, to J F Thompson Nassau ; Schr. Black
Hawk, Watlington, ,N. P. sundries
of without
Capt. Watlington, from Nassau, N. P. we Conn. ____________ ment like felony penalties are clergy"The annexed to declar to master; Sl Morning Star, Denipon! ; SiEnierprize \I

have been favored with a file of the B iha- From the Republican. ing b where any hidden or stolen Criwon; SI: 1 Felix,Fish;SI Par- I j
:; sorcery
ma Argus up the 3d inst. They containno THE GENTLE MAM OF GRASSY treasure or goods may be found. ag 10, Parks; SI Tickler, Wood; Brig Fa. !'

news of importance. lULL Again," if any person shall consult,coy vorito, Smith,Mohile5alIast, to master;- '
19Ih-H!:: lcn. Sylva SI Alert, Latham.
with entertain feed or reward -
enaut employ, ,
Oh I remember well the hour
Late from Havana.By any evil or wicked spirit, or take up CLEARED.Dec. .
When first I gave my heart to thee, dead child out of' 'his 131"8'rlando\ St. Marks
the arrival of a gentleman who livesin any man, woman,or sun. t
When every bush and every flower her or their grave; or the skin, bone or any driesto ma tt'ri5111; Sch. Fair American,
this city, direct from Havana, we have But served to quicken memory-; other part of any dead person to be employed Charleston\ U. S. Mail\; 17th SI Morning j
be'tVi politel favored with an account of in of witchcraft Star, Denison SI Entotprize Cruson Tampa
loved thee then, I love still, any manner sorcery, ; )
the following arrivals at Havana.NAVAL. charm, orenchantment," &c. he shall suffer Bay, sundries' to master; Sch. Whale,
Thou maid of Hill.
.. .-The U. S. Sloop. of War St gentle Grassy death as a felon,- without benefit of clergy. Packer, Apalachicola,sundries. to master rIftth
-- the broad Where sweetly flows the silver stream Let us thank God, who has put the means SI Parngon, Parks; SI Tickler,Wood j t t
McCauley bearing
Louis, Capt. of civilization inourwaythat (in the words Brig Favorite, Smith, Havana, Cocoa
Around the woodbine ,
penant of Com John D. Henley,Comman- tangled grove, of Sir Walter Scott) the grosser faults of -- ------ .__.- ..a ;
der-in-Chiefof the West India Squadron, I met thee in my midnight dream, our ancestors are now out of date ; and Wm. II. Shaw, 1vs .

arrived at Havana on the 7th inst. Mr.Trist, Thou object of my early love: that whatever .Hies the present race may > In Attachment. I''

Havana came in the I loved thee then, I love thee still, 1x3 guilty of, the sense of humanity is too John Harris. )
Consul at passenger
defendant and all interested will
universally,pread to permit them to think THE ,
Thou maid Grassy Hill.
$hip from Norfolk. notice, that the above suit has
of tormenting wretches till they confess
The U. S. Schr. JEx/m'/ncnr, Lt. Com. Where verdant waves the walnut grove, what is impossible,and then burning them been commenced Court for by the attachment Southern District in the Superior of.

Paine,arrived at Havana on the 13th inst. When summer breezes so'tlysigh, for their pains" Florida and they are required to appear

from a cruise; all well. long to roam with I thee my love, and plead to the declaration at the next
0' PROVBR S. of said A. GORDON
term court. ,
The U. S. Schr. Grampus Lt. Com. nature's
And list to lullaby; oct. for PI' *.
[ 15-13m3 Atty.
White,arrived at Havana on the 15th inst. I loved thee once, I love I thee still, Sometimes the tongue cuts off the head.If I
4 your friend be honey, do not cat him
Oliver O'Hara, )
Officers and crew well. Thou gentle maid of Grassy Hill.
altogether.The .
vs. > In Attachment.John .
H. B. M. Packet Ship Lapwing, Capt. When life shall clone its busy scene, provisions suffer when the cat and Harris. i '
Presterfourteen lays from Vera Cruz,with the mouse live on good terms. THE defendant and all interested, wilt
And all things tardily fade away, notice, that the above snit has
Shave chin when the beard of
800,000 in specie., and passengers, your
$ -- Oh let me on thv. bosom lean .your son is mown been commenced by attachment the Su- ...
bound to Falmouth Eng. arrived at Havana '" -outhern
perior Court for the ? District off
And catch the pristine heavenly When the of
ray; you pas country It
the 12th and sailed again on the 15th lorida, and they are required to appear
on And while I died IM love the still, the one-e)ed, make yourself one-eyed. and plead to tho declaration at the next I

The following account of a melancholy Thou gentle maid of Grassy Hill. If you are so unfortunate as to have a term of said court. A. GORDON,
foolish friend be yourself wise. 1513m AU .for Pl'ff.
oct. ]
[ )
shipwreck, is from the Bahama: Argus of J. F. D.
When there the
are many captains! ship
Nov. 26 :- STANZAS. sinks. James Wheeler, )

The American! schooner Tarborough of If master the whole do vs. > In Attachment I
Dash the drunkard'* cup in pieces, you cannot yet John Harris. )
Norwalk, Conn. Alansun Wyllys f'anfield, not forsake the whole. all interested, will
Mortals the fire
mast. r, sailed from St. Thomas for NYork spurn liquid When things tire you at the head, take TIIEdt'fendantand, the above suit has
Oct. Sl tin ballast of old Copper, Molasses Drink, and lordly reason ceases, them by the tail. been commenced by attachment in the Su- .:
and specie,the proceeds of her outward Taste and human hopes expire, When vou have spoken the word,it reignsover perior Court for the Southern Distnct of

cargo to St. Vincent, with a crew and passengers Pause, while human feelings last thee, you, but while it is not yet spoken you Florida and they are required) to appear
and plead to the declaration at the next
of 15 souls board.
consisting on reign over it.
Soon the awful thirst increases; term of said court. A. GO DON,
On the 3d, 4ih, and 5th Nov. f following, When you are an anvil, have patience ;
oct. 15 13m forPl'ff.
Hold! the ruby draught will blast thee [ ]
she experienced and rode out with safety a when you are a hammer, l heat straight.
heavy gale from N. Eastward, lying to 36 Dash the drunkard's cup in pieces. When the counsellor grows rusty, the NOTICE is hereby given that in six 1
hours under bare poles. 0. the night of counsel will be polished. from the date hereof, I shall
Dash the drunkard's in
the 5th, about 8 PM, the wind vetrinu! during cap pieces, Time will leach him that has no teacher. make application to the Honorable Wm, R.
a hard squall, to an opposite quartershe Deadly poison sparkles there, lie that passes through tho onions, or Hackley, Judge of the court for the countyof

was'fun before during the strength of the Poison, that a moment pleases, their peel, will smell of them. letters Monroe of administration and Territory on of the Florida estate, for of

bias,for 15 minutes, when fearing her spars Then produces chill despair- He who cannot understand at a glance Alexander Hamilton Daylate of Key West

would be pitched over the bows by the board, Drink, and woe will gather round thee, will not understand by much explanation. in the county and Territory aforesaid.HENRY .
in the then dangerous head sea, she was! He who makes himself bran, the fowls K. NEWCOMB.Key .
noun ed to, and the close reefed main and Woe that pains, but ne'er releases, will scrape him. West, Nov. *4, 1834. [n76ir.J

foresail set. The wind unfortunately veering Break the spell that long hath bound thee, Sucking becomes bitterness by weaning.

to NWest at the same moment,and hea- Dash: the drunkard's cup in pieces. He that sleeps without supper, gets up are authorized to announce Colonel
ding her as she came in the trough of theCa without debt.Though JAMES GADSDEN as a candidate 0
Mowing a complete hurricane, the first Dash the drunkard's cup in pieces, the will be idle, yet be not you to represent the Territory of Floridaiothe
heavy swell\ from leeward, tripped her instantly I Life and death are centered there, idle.He 24th Congress of the United States. : t

,nearly bottom upward, and the next Drink,and soon destruction seizes. builds_a minaret, and destroys a city.
one broke over in the most dreadful man He has sold the vineyard and bought a WE are authorized to announce Colonel .
All that's beautiful and fair
; J 'SEPII M. WHITE as a cnodid.
winepress.The .
Laurels fade ate to the Territory of Florida
where'r it ,
of Tarbo- fi the
the will
meridian the 5th Touah! was in lat. 26 30 N., long. 69 W. Care the smoothest forehead creases, be made fruitful .. It t
After capsizing, the vessel sunk in 6 or 8 Death is there with icy fingers- Three things evince the character of the (
arc authorizeo to announce Major
minutes, all hands perishing, except the Dash the drunkard's cup in pieces. mind, books, presents, messengers. WE WILLIAM WYATT a candid. \-{t
master, who, with great difficulty,succeeded Borrowed dresses give no warmth.: ate ta represent the Territory of Florida, I
in extricating the boat from the stern I Domestic life in China. -In domestic He is warm towards his friend only to in the 24th Congress of the Uhited States.WE f
davits, where she was carried; her larboard life the Chinese know few comforts. Their burn him. ...
gunwale and upper streak of plank being houses are built with 'oo little regard to Every man leaps over a low wall. are authorized to announce Colonel
stove completely off and being full of wa- convenience ; cleanliness in their persons The mother of the dumb known the lan WILLIAM D. NUTTALL. as a i
of ,
ter, she was with difficulty shoved from the and habitations are quite out of the question guage of the dumb. candidate to represent the Territory -- ,
Florida in the 24th of the United
einVj g wreck in time to clear the vortex Their ideas. of the elegancies of refined The mother of the murdered sleeps, but States. f
and escape being entangled by the rigging. life are extremely circumscribed the mother of the murderer dots not sleep.
A bucket and a few broken boards floating, The richer class have substantial brick houses Need developcs the mind AM LIN V. SHELL, ATTORNEYAND !

were picked: up. Owing to the rough bro- though not very large, and seldom beyond The best friends are those who stimulate H COUNSELLOR AT LAW.

ken see, all efforts to bail the boat were for two stories high; the poorer people each other to good. Apalachicola, Florida. t
sometime unavailing; it was however,final- exist in a most wre'ched condition, their The best companions when you sit, are
ly effected, and three times successively filled houses being mere hovels built of loose good books. Extract from the late respecting Solder Ii I

nvnj cleared during the! night. stones, bricks or mud. But with all these The best visits are the shortest. Be it enacted,&c. That no person with.

On the 7th day after the disaster, Capt. wants real or imaginary, the Chinese are a Take the thief before he takes you. in this Territory shall sell any drink or intoxicating -. P ;
Canfield arrived on Mayaguana, which he contented people, not destitute of real The carpenters Lave sinned, and the tai liquors to any soldier,in the service -. "
traversed around, without finding either foodor cheerfulness. They only, when'tbeir crag lors are hung. of the United States, without permission '
water, and sleeping on the sand beach ing appetite cannot :be satisfied, and the To be weaned is a difficult task for an in writing from his commanding officer .

for that night, steered away next morning hideous spectre of starvation invades their adult. under penalty of not less than fivenor !
for the next land in sight, (French Key,) cottages, they fall into sudden despair; but Ride not on the saddle of thy neighbor. more thin twenty-five dollars, to be paid :
where finding only a barren sand beach, so long as they have any thing to eat, be it Silence is often an answer. for the uw of the Territory. .
kept on to westward, and landed on Ack- even grass or leaves, they retain their good I like the head of a dog better than the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. Thatif i

lin'a Island. spirits. The author has often seen them tail of a lion.Slipping kny person or persons within this Terri

Another night was passed on the beach seated around a Jish of thin potato soup may happen even in July. tory, shall purchase, barter, or exchange: .
by the Captain, and the following being the and a basin of boiled grass, with as great Do not court too long without telling for any arms,ammunition or clothing in the ,
Sib day and nine nights, without food or satisfaction as if they partook of the dainties your business.In possession of any soldier in the service of ,to

water, and completely naked during the of the royal table. The principal food adversity the real principles of men tho United States, Inch person or persons
whole time,(having torn up his pantaloons of all classes is rice. In the northern provinces so offending, shall forfeit and pay the sum
and shirt for sails,) he obtained relief from the common people daily eat millet appear.A of twenty dollars : and the several penal

some negroes belonging to Mr. Collie; no- I I or wheat; and when they cannot afford to ties imposed by this act, shall be, and the

thing was saved from the wreck, save the ; buy a sufficient quantity of food, they add valuable piece of ttivcr. A lump of I same are hereby declared to be recoverableby

hat, watch and clothes the Capt. was wearing I so much water to make up the deficiency silver was obtained a short time since in the action of debt, bill, plaint or on inform-
; frQJi Acklin's he was taken to Bird I in weight of their daily sustenance. silver mines of Koningsberg, in Prussia, ation before any judge or justice in the:

Rock, where being humanely! and generously I [Sketch of Chinese Society. which is, perhaps, the largest ever seen. It Territory, having jurisdiction of the same,
taken under the care of II M. Williams --- weighed eight hundred and forty pounds, one half to the use of the informer, and

Esq. of St. Salvador, in whose vessel WITCHCRAFT. and is estimated at the value of thirteen the other half or when there is no informer,
he arrived at this: place. I The reigns of Philip and Mary and James thousand specie dollars. the whole penalty for the use of.the Tern .
Names of passengers were a9 follow:-1 I. were not sufficiently removed from the tory.-Passed 1832. o.
Jobn Hall and wife, Surgeon ot the Ar- darknes of the middle ages to render en- MAJ. DADE, U. B.Army.
at St. Vincent. actments like the following ridiculou even JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX Key West.
Wm. Clarke of Barbados. in the mouths of the legislature:
Charles C. Smith of New Canaan,Con. "all persons who shall practice invoca- INFORMS the public that h. has opened Blank bills of

John Brown of Newburyport, Char) tion or conjuration of wicked spirits, any ESTABLISHMENT la
Thomas of New York witchcraft enchantment charm this city when the business is carried oo in
and Robert --- ,or sorcery,
ail Us various branches. Bread Cake of
late of the Am. schr. Clio, put on board by whereby any person shall happen to be every description, Wary and Pilot, Bread Lading for I
Mr. Hicks, them Consul at St.Thomas. killed or destroyed,shall, with their aiders Lc. tic. are constantly on hand,fresh .
A. IV. Seeley, Mate, of New Canaan, and abettors,be accounted, felons, without bj the.subscriber. sale here.
Conn. V benefit of clergy and all persons practising Key West, Nov. 15, (Stf]

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his the the'teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a I ledge among all classes, empiricism must ba
and so
.Ll I affection respect to memory; I disarmed of the dangerous weapons with
book which'
a few days, the cjass/ they
STONE. in sillnce and now stood
,t THE WAD stone was planted read over and over, perhaps twenty times,. which it wars so successively against tile life

BY PROFESSOR WILSON. erect,decently and simply among other un and read the pages of Parley's Magazine.The .:- of man; the abusive employment! of medicines ,

f The coffin was let down to the bottomof os-latious memorials of the humble dead. demand for the work, to be used in so baneful health, will give place to

The inscription merely gave the name schools, i< rapidly increasing. the rational administration of remedial
the removed from ,
the were
grave, told that the agents, and the scientific add experienced
and age of the deceased, and Encouraged by such unexampled success,
the 'head- brink the first rattling clods in his efforts I
1p will be to
stone had been erected by his affectionate: the publishers have resolved to render it physician alleviate
had struck their knell, the quick shovelling the sufferings of humanity. Nothing
The of these words seemedto still more worthy of so liberal a patronage;
was over, and the long, broad, skilfully cut sons. sight and not to remit their exertions till tfcey see that can add to the utility of the work:
turf together, soften the displeasure of the angry man, shall be neglected. The principle of diet
: pieces of were aptly joined it introduced into families and schools, :
V,' and trimly laid by the beating spade, so and he said, somewhat more mildly, ">es, throughout; the whole length and breadth of aud regimen: shall bo explained, and their I

that the newest mound in the church yard we were his affectionate sons, and since my tbe United States. application enforced. The ingredients of

-scarcely distinguishable from those name is on the stone, Iam, satisfied, brother. In this view they have secured newid secret remedies shall be given and the whole

that was over by the undisturbed We have not drawn together kindly of in the editorial department. The late editor subject materia medica shall he disctisj&l

were grown of luxuriant late years, and perhaps never may ; but I of the Juvenile Rambler. who in addition and explained in lucid and simple style
and daisies a springi -
rmss and worth and to his qualifications as a writer for the (::: rA premium of $100 will be awarded
The burial was soon over, and the par'y, acknowledge respect your ; to the writerof the best (not .
has the advantage of years experience essay exceeding
here before friends and before young
with necon ered the heads in decent reverence of the the friends of our father, with my foot above sist in conducting it. the community of the general diffusion c/-.

place: and occasion, were beginning to separate his head, I express my willingness to be on We propose to present in the progress of medical knowledge. he essays are fo be'

and about to leave the church yard. better terms with you, and if we cannot such volume, a great variety of interesting directed, post paid, to the editor, in all cf

Here some acquaintances,from distant parts command love in our hearts, let us at least, important topics! among which arc the following June next.

i, of the parish, who had not had an oppor- brother, bar out all unkmdness." : The award of the premium will depend

t tunit, of add rcssi na each other in the house The. minister, who.had attended the funeral I. Natural History, of beasts, birds, fishes upon_ the decision of several eminent .r.hri.icians. u _.
reptiles, insects, plants, nowers, trees, .
I ( that had belonged rto the deceased, nor in ,and had something entrusted to mm
to publicly before he left the churchyard the human frame, &c. fj J Editor, postmasters and others
; the course of the fey hundred yards thatthg say II. for the 7 am
forward and asked the elder Biography ; especially young. respectfully invited to act as
now came agents
little procession had to move over from II r. Geography ; accounts of places, man- Any
brother lie ; this person who remits ten dollars will have
his bed to his shaking hands why spake not regarding tea
grave, kc.
ners, customs copies forwarded him. Persons
quietly but cheerfully, and inquiring. after I matter. He saw that there something IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various one dollar will have eight rernittir.f

h the welfare of each other's(.lml I JeB. There, of a cold and sullen pride rising uo in his parts of the world.V. All distant comrr.nnicationt to be aadressed '

a small ,knot of neighbors were speaking, heart, for not easily may any man hope to Lively descriptions of the curiosities to the editor, No. 6 ortlaridt street, New

without exaggeration, of the respectable dismiss from the chamber of hilt heart even of nature and art ; in each of the United York, (and must be post paid.) Yearly subscribers -

character which the deceased had borne, the vilest guest if once cherished there.- States, and in other countries.VI. to commence with No. 1.
and mentioned to one another little incidents With a solemn and almost severe air he Lessons on objects that daily surround *** The editor has great pleasure being
looked the and then children in the parlor, nursery, gar- able to announce the
of his life, some of them so remoteas upon relenting man, approbation of many
:j to known only to the grey headed perions changing 'his countenance into serenity, mentj.den&c Accounts of trades and employ- this eminent publication.medical gentlemen to the plan -.j

I of the While few said gently,
I I groupe. a yards
VII. Particular duties the
of to
!f. farther removtd from !the spot, were_ stand. Behold how rood a thing it is young -
And how well: parents, teachers, brothers sisters he. 1ITflITLAW'S PATENT VEGETABLC -
jng rogeiiier panics wiiu UISCUBSVU ordinary becoming VIII. Bible lessons and stories. Y Mt D1CATED \POUIl

concerns, altogether unconnected with the Together; such as brethren are IX. Narratives ; such as are well authenticated BATHS.-The subscriber respectfully informs

1 funeral, such aa the Mate of the markets, In unity to dwell. original tales.( the
l the promise of the season, or change of The time, the place and this beautiful X. Parables, fables, and proverbs, where with considerable expense, established tin
'I tenants; butstill with a sobriety of manner expression of a natural sentiment, quite the morals is obvious and excellent. above named Baths in a retired part of the
overcame a heart in which kind if city OD Whitehead street where he
and voice, that was insensibly produced by many XI. to the hopes
Poetry ; adapted youthful ca-
:'i the influence of the simple ceremony now not warm affections dwelt; and the man pacity and feelings. to obtain a liberal share of public patron
t closed r the thus appealed to bowed down his head and age. Convalescents and strangers resorting.
I by quiet graves around, and the
the South for their
C XIK will find
::1 shadow of the spire and walls of the wept. "Give me your hand brother," and Intelligence ; embracing accountsof great
t gray Juvenile books, societies, and remarkable relief from the use of this celebrated bath.
,, I :.i houpe of God. it was given, while a murmur of? satisfac occurrences The undersigned is also furnished with the

I Two men yet steed, together at the head tion arose from all present, and all hearts necessary vegetable preparations in use of

I of the grave, with countenance of sincere felt kindlier bad more humanely towards: Many of these and subjects beautiful will be illustratedby the baths. 'I 1 he effects of the Vapour Bath
but each other. numerous engravings, prepared are:-
,a unimpassioned grief They were brothers by the best artists, and selected with
" the only sons of him who had been As the brothers stood fervently but composedly a view not only to adorn the work, but to 1st. To equalize the circulation of the

a buried. And there was something in their grasping each other's hands in the improve the taste, cultivate the mind, and bands blood,and and hence to remove coldness of the

situation that naturally kept the eyes of little hollow that lay between the grave of raise the affections of the youth to appro. ation or flow feet of, and the blood to lessen the dtteiiniu-
to the
t ; many directed upon them for a long time, their mother long ,since dead, and of their priate and worthy object" We world To promote sweat and re-establish head. 2d.

and more intently than would have been father, whose shroud was hat; 'ly not yet make them better children.better brothers, ble perspiration and thereby to ioscnsi-
n.t. the, case, had there been nothing more observable still from the fall of dust : the minister stood better sisters, better pupils, better associ- symptom' internal inflammation. 3d.? "o
ates, and, ia the end better citizens.
{ tf/ about them than the common r beside them with a pleasant countenance, diminish nervous irritability ; and in no' in.
1 symptoms of a common sorrow. But these said, I must fulfil the promise 1 made to We beg the friends of education, espe- staucebas failed to cure the doloreux.4th. .-

'J +4II t two brothers, who were now standing at your father on his death-bed. I must readto cially parents and teachers, to view the I lo promote cutaneous eruption, and
d 1' the head of their father's grave, had for you a few words which his hand wrote, matter the this light. Let children look up- remove diseases of the skin. 5th. 'lore-.
1 on pictures, not as pictures merely ; move the effects of
some been at an hour when his denied its of Mercury and lead frpui
years totally enstranged from tongue but let them be taught to study them. What the 6th To
each other, nod the only words that hadpatted fice. I mu-'t not say that you done your can be more rich valuable materials for instructive dropsical system effusions. 7th.promote To absorptio'if of

t between I hem, during all that time, duty to your old father; for did he not often lessons than a good engraving? cf breathing and hence to relieve cure asth difficulty

had been uttered within a few days past, beseech you, apart from one another to After this brief explanation of our princi mas, and other diseases of the chest ,iK\d-

during the necessary preparations for the be reconciled, for your own sakes as chris- ples and purposes, we ask the cooperationof lungs. 8th. To, strengthen the stomach,

old.'s. funeral.. .. tians. for his sake and for the sake of the .1 ill_ who. receive. this circ_ _lar._ Will you and impart a tone fn the dinn.tiu, "v.'vo.i0and ,
,_ am us '" ---- b-uw
tiu nap| and deadly quarrel was between mother who bare you and Stephen, who the formation of younnuuence of mind and in character great for wars, cure dyspepsia with its consequent disorders

these krothera, and neither of them could died that you might be born? When the rising generation1 Will assist the 9th. To promote the healing of
} all in
tell the palsy struck him for the last you us scrofulous and chronic ulcers 10th. To
distinctly excuse of this unnatural time you were your power, in our endeavors to introduce

? estrangement Perhaps dim jealousies of both absent, nor was it your fault that you to American schools, parlors, and firesides, swellings remove gouty from tie and! rheumatic and pains and
their father's favour, selfish thoughts that were not beside the old man when he died, I the stories and lessons of Parley's Magazine? Sciatica, &c.11th.'the cure Lumbago -

,t t will sometimes force themselves into poor As long as sense continued with him here, Every single number of the new volume
{ men's hearts did he think of will have a strong cover, Quincy.-the bath has never
two and paper abundantly
respecting temporal exj>ectP-! you you two failed to relieve it. 12th The
tions alone. Tears sufficient to preserve the work in good order ProuiIt
unaccommodating manners both were in his I saw them be
on eyes; for may regarded as a specific. 13tluThe
binding, and for in
.ides-taunting words that mean little when there, and on his cheek too,when no breath The yearly use schools. Hooping Cough. Givesgreat relief. 14tii.

t uttered, but which rankle and fester in re- came from h 9 lips. But of this no more. our friends will subscription perceive the being impracticability one dollar The Measles. No instan. of death has taken -

nvmbranee- imagined opposition of interests He died with this paper in his hand ; and of keeping open so many thousand ac-- placev hen the bath has been employed.

1 that duly considered, would have 'been he made me to know that I was to read it I counts. It is therefore indispensable that 15th. To prevent and cute discharges of
found one and the to over his I we should blood from the lungs, and other internal
same-t' ese,and many you grave. now obey him. I require payment always in ad-
t otter causes, slight when singlebut strong My sons, if you will let my bones lie vance. organs.inflammations I6th. To the cure acute and chronic/

I when rising up together in one baneful band, quiet in the grave, near the dust of youi Two numbers more will close the first medicated is a, certain bath when judiciously

gradually but fatally infected their hearts, mother, depart not from my burial till in desire year,and to we now give notice that all who cure Gout in all its forms specific, in a shorter 17th. To
till at last who in the name of God and continue the Magazine,may signify od perI-
they youth had been seldom Christ, you promiseto their intentions by a seasonable advance of time than any agent hitherto used.-
lit separateand truly attached, now metal love one another as you used to do.- for the second ,ear 18th. The bath has never failed to tareAlhe

market, and miserable to say at church, Dear boys, receive my blessing" If any of the subscribers should not receive Cholera Morbus. 19th. Intermittent, (or

with dark and averted faces, like different Some turned their heads away to 'hide all their numbers, they can request agues) typhus, and continued levers ; the

I dansraent during a feud. the tears that needed not to be hidden, and the post master to notify us of such as are bath relieves and cures without the necessity -

,, Surely if any thing could have softened when the brothers had released each other missing, and they shall be sent again free of no case of blood has Mr.letting.Whitlaw 20tU. Insanity. In
their hearts towards each from a long and charge. failed in resl ering'
other it sobbing cmbrece
must many to a sane state, patients
Ten his
lI have been to stand silently, side by side, went up to them, and in a single word or ft copies free cf postage.To ment ; and the proprietor put of this ct..treat-blish-

while the earth, stones and clods, were two, expressed their joy at this perfect rec and individuals accommodate,for the ass0ciationsschooU ment authorized by him tr.l8ay, thrall
falling down their father's oncilement. The brothers themselves we will cases of insanity bo
,, _. __upon.. coffin.s1 ._ wal. deliver at can cured by his s, tens
.I..1.L n any post office in the United .._ _. ..
...... ked from the church ----- when tlfr.. .i". nn_ .rn.'r".. ft.: <.H
uououess away yard -- --- u
t iiivu umi ia lit IE; oil auiiciicu. ,arm in arm Mates, free of postage, ten copies to -.auu. .Iii. '
But pride, though it cannot prevent the ho with the minister to the Manse. On the address for ten dollars remitted to us without one drophobia. This dreadful malady, -whieb t'

1 ly affections of nature from being felt,may following sabbath they were seen with thf-if' cost. LILLY, WAIT & CO. up the to medical the present time has defied the skill of

u prevent them from! being shown; and these familie4 in the same pew, and it was observed Boston, Feb. 15. treated by Mr.practice Wbitlaw, has and been successfully
two brothers also in a number
stood that
't here together,determin they read together, off the same of cases by the physicians and

ed not to let each other know the mutual Bible when the minister gave out the text, CHEAT, VALUABLE,,\WD INTERESTING WORK who have adopted his system. 22d.surgeons Palsy.

tenderness that, in spite of thm, was gush- and they sang together, taking hold of the The Family Physician It gradunlly relieves. ?3d. It has proved
tag up in their hearts, and teaching them same psalm book. The same psalm was and Gazette of Human an effectual cure fur cancer (in its incipient

I the unconfessed folly and wickedness of sung, given out their own request, of which Life. stages) ervefcj pilasscurvyPainters'choIic,
r their causeless quarrel.A one verse had been repeated at their father's Being a Library of Health and Ilygenie, spinal affections, palpitation of the' heart
head-stone bad been grave; a larger um was on that Sabbath Popular and General Medical inflammation of the eyes, fits, stiff neck,
prepared, and a f.und in the for Knowledge, rendered fauiiliar to every nettle rash, jaundice, ulceraticn of the
plate the
person came forward to plant it. The eldest and poor, for Love individual: embracing every subject connected throat, liver complaints,scald bead, and St.
brother directed him to place it-a plain Charity are sisters. And ever after, with tbe prevention, treatment, Vitus Dance.

tone trill! a sand glass, skull, and both during the peace and the troubles of and cure of diseases-the qualities of %* The bath will be open from 9 o'clock

' boner, chisselled not rudely ; and a cross few this life,the hearts of the brothers were as I medicines-their: good and ill effects on A. M. until 5 P. M.

words inscribed. The younger regarded one, and in nothing were they divided leaUhth eat iQiidicines-tLe ingredients of secret or pat EDWARD: GLOVER.In .
the true principles of .
eye, and said and drinking, creating and
loudly enough to be heard by several of the PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. to live-domeitic cookery chemistry drinking_ the Superior Court of the Sodfrtn n Judicial -

bystindeis William, this was not kind Circular to Parents,TeachenScbo01 Committees and a great variety of curious, valuable District of Florida.

in you-you should| have told me of this, aad all who feel an interest ia the* and,___interesting_ -. knowledeeefthehurh t Richard Roberts. 1
I loved my fatheraa well as you could love improvement of youth. Impunancl" 10 MI aoc Hitherto bidden vs. r
him. You from the mass of 57 Bales of Cotton
mankind. pickIn
were the
elder and it is Admiralty.
may quite a tine
IT year ed
Parkas at
the Mag Contributed up sea.
favorite to j
son but by
I had a in wu a number of
right nature commenced practising
during that abort persons interested in the
to have Physicians. A above
joined in case
you period the number
this cC
ordering head subscribers
bare in are hereby notified
that all
atone had I not f"t.Dudng creased The object of this tbe residue
to 20,000, and the work baa receiv work ia to present eve- of the money for which the above
ed, every where, the most rj subject connected with diseases sold ColloQ
these was
words the unqualified and iu by the Marshal
stone was sink. probation. It baa found its ape treataienEwbicb' by its simplicity and after tie salvaged; ,
Lag Into the earth, and way perP'cuHjof payment of the
many persons who and of families its details expen-
and while it has enured shall enable all who set in said
cause,has been .
were on their way from i' e grave,returned the social circle, its wish, to |je thoroughly informed paid into the Re
unobtrusive in this moat gistry of the Court
lessons where
For ayihiln the it
brother said have, we taut often interesting and important
nothing, a, salutarj influ of sciences.n for nine months, unless
for be had: a coiwiousne 3 in his heart that ence oo the juvenile mjod and heart. It The adnataf" luch a Publication to the person or sooner claimed by
heoughj; bi hate consulted bu alto found Us tanks of society need entitled to the same,
his:: father's son way to the school toon ; not be insisted upon or his or their legally authorized .
in this last and many classea of bare once they mutt agent.A. .
designing becoming Wart of ed twice pupils been cheer every reflectiag mind.suggest themselves to II. DAY, ( 1k.
a month by the Under
welcome the influence
oke cf of the diffusion of sound By If. K. KEWCpMB, D. C
medical know. [ollm9mJr

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