Key West enquirer

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

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emu ENQUIRER. -rail As we design making the Mercury a"biele. ,I
1 of general information to all classes of the .

KDlTfiD: AND PUBLISHED community, we shall at all times endeavor I
to present to our patrons, regardless labor
,[', BY I. ATIUNSON.t' or expense, the latest Commercial and \.
Political Intelligence, both Foreign and
p NQ Domestic : with a variety of Literary .
TERMS.-Five Dollars per annum. i i ___ and Miscellaneous matter,al our Km

ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of its will permit. Our columns will remain .
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for ..:I. -_ --=- t open to the temperate discussion of any 1I

the first insertion, and Sevenlv-Five Cents ATKINSON, EDITOR & PUKMSIIER.vor. I subject-connected with the public good,ex* ; '
for each subsequent continuance. 1 eluding all scurrillitv and personal spleen. !
1 In fine,whatever will be productive of
-- i. KEY WEST, SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 1S35. NO. 13.:: spea '
}'er the information of Mariners generally, L ., dily rendering beneficial the varied natural
we have procured from the Collector the advantages of our State, elevating the commercial .

following schedule of the situation of the and conducting a ship or vessel in or out, casting type by hand, Tonga desideratum by character of our city or meliorating ,
Light Houses along the Florida shore, ove any part of the Florida Reef. Secondly the Eurepean and American Founders,was, the moral, social sad political condition
under his superintence. ,from any part of the said Reef to the port by American ingenuity, and a heavy expefl. of our people,will meet with our ardent I
and '
A CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary of Key West or to Indian Ke,. or thirdly diture of time and money,on the part of our support.
'*.Situated on the South side of Key Biscayne through either of the channels leading into senior partner, first successfully accomplish CONDITIONS.The I
about 400 yards from the beach.T .- the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let Savannah will be published J
e Light may be considered 70 feet above to wit. for every foot of water which such ter, has fully tested and established its superiority daily throughout tie
,on a royal
the level of the sea, distant from the gulf ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars io every particular, over that cast sheet, at Seven Dollars year annum super payable !
stream about miles. Vessels drawing 10 and for every day for which such pilot by the old process. semiannually in advance.per ,
feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of be may be detained or employed on board Inch The Letter Foundry business will hereafter
light Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- be carried on by the parties before The Mercury for the country willbe published .j
SHIP FLORIDA i lars. named under the firm of White,Hagar&co. to meet the arrangement of the mails,
LIGHT situated Their specimen exhibits series three times a week at the office of the Savannah
a complete
on Carysford's Reef near the site of the Sec. 7. Be it further enacted,That
every from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book Mercury, and will be sent to all
old one, in Lat. 25 08 N.Long. 8027 W. vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key and News type being in the most modern parts of the Union,or delivered it the City,
)JJt is easily distinguished, as two distinct West except a licensed wrecking vessel, light and s yle. at Four Dollars per annum, payable in advance t
lights arc shown, which can generally be and refuting to receive a pilot on board, White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the or Five at the expiration of six
even at the distance ,pf 12 miles. Its object shall, spoken by said pilot six miles re- sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press months. It will contain all the Intelligence,
is to warn tessels from the dangerousrocks spectively from Indian Key aforesaid, or es, which they can furnish to their customers Commercial, Political, Literary and Mia
and shoals near which it is placed. 'from the said Light House on the Island of at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, cellanenus, including advertisements, pub

KEY WEST LIGHfi-StandS on the Key West, be neverthelessand it is hereby Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and lishedin the daily paper.
9. West Point of the Island of Key West, made subject to pay full rates pilotage,as article used in the Printing Business,every kept ti'I Advertisements will be conspicuously in.
is in 2433 1-: N.-Long.*I 52 1-2 though such pilot had been taken on board, I for sale, and furnished on the shortest no serted in both papers,at 75 cents per square
W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels but if not spoken more than three mites! respectively tice. Old type taken in exchange for new of fourteen line. for the tint i insertion, and I II
when entering the harbor ; the directions from the abovementioned places, I at 9 cents pound. thirty-seven and a half cents,for each IUc'I'
for which are as follows : Bring the then and in case of such refusal as aforesaid, N. B. Newspaper per Proprietors who give ceeding publication.All 'I
light to bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and the above three insertions, will;be entitledto communications by mail, moat be
Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross the no more. Five Dollars in such articles as they post paid.CHEAP 1
Reef in about 5 fathoms water; nun tor Key See. 8. Be it further enacted, That no select from our specimen c may .
West' Light until within two miles, then fees shall be demandable for piloting and New York, 1833. ,VALUABLEAItD IHTEUE3T1NOVOR& ;1
steer N W. until you open Fleeming's Key conducting any vcstelif the same be spokenat The Family Phytician and Gatettc of Hw
-which is a Mangrove Island in the north less distance than three miles from the PROPOSALS ,
ern part of the harbor, and then run for it. light house aforesaid or from Indian Key, man Life. i''
The best anchorage is in the upper part of provided,that this lecticn than not beheld : FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, Being a Library of Health and Hygeni, '!
the harbor. Height of the Light House to extend to any vessel going or coming and of Popular and General MedicalKnowledge ti
from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. through the northwest passage of the harbor A NEWSPAPERTo rendered! familiar tc every :
Light Stationary of Key West, when spoken at the distance BX ENTITLED TBB individual: embracing every subject connected 1 i
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once of two miles and a half from said light with the prevention, treatment.*
in 54 seconds It is the best light on the bouse. KEY WEST ENQUIRER.. and cure of diseases-the qualities of
coast 5 S.V. by S. from Key West Light. Sec 9* Be further enacted, That in .- medicines-their ;ood and ill effects oo
Lat. 24 2G N-Long- 81 67 W., situated the event ofany master of a vessel refusing THE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave re- health-the ingredients of secret or pat
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet to pay any pilot for his services the amount to offer prepositions to this ent medicines-the true principles of eat. .
above tho sea.TORTUGAS. offees herein before provided, such pilot enlightened public, to publish a weekly ing and drinking creating and drinking
, LIGHT-Stationary-on may, at discretion, sue out from the of- newspaper under the above title. It shall to live-domestic cookery-chemistry-
one of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the fice of the clerk of said court an attachment be principally devoted to Commercial In and a great variety of curious, valuable,
"western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 returnable immediately to the said and interesting knowledge,ef the highest
court, or to the Judge thereof Chambers, telligcnce, party controversy shall be entirety -
3f N.-Long 83 10 W. importance to all, and :hitherto .bidden,
aga-nst the vessel piloted spoken, which ; excluded. from the mass of mankind.
Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall The undersigned ia fully aware of the ,
AN ACT to provide for tho appointment summarily and without jury, proceed to examine difficulty of the task he is about to undertake Contributed- to by a number of practising.
of Pilots, and to regulate the rules of into the facts and law of the case, I and in consideration of his want of Physicians.The .
Pilotage at the port of Key West,and for and decideaccordingly to its merits but if has obtained the object of this work ia to present ave experience, polite offer of
other purposes. the said vessel so assisted or spoken shall I subject connected with diseases and it|
c. 1. Be it enacted by the Governorand not be within the jurisdiction of the court, assistance from friends, whose age and treatment,which, by simplicity, and perspicuity
Legislative Council of the Territory of the said court or Judge in Chambers shall qualifications render them competent to of1 its details,stall enable all who
.2y orida. That from and after. the passage: oft and may on the return of the attachment, the task. For his own part, he pledges wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most
act,the Governor of the said Territory proceed in like manner, EX-PARTE, and decide himself that, so fer as hit health and interesting and important sciences1.
be and he is hereby'authorised, by and with accordingly. strength will permit-the public rosy rely The advantages of such a publicatioa C0
the advice and content of said Council, during Passed Feb. 15,1834. upon the utmost regularity in the publication all ranks of society need not be insisted up.
its annual !!sessions to appoint such nllmher JOHN WARREN, of the on, since they must suggest themselves toeer
of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key Pres. Legislative; Council. paper.: reflecting mind. Under the influ*
West, and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly Approved Feb. 15,1834TYPE Great pains will be taken to obtain the ence of the diffusion of sound medical know
direction from said city, and the ex earliest and most correct intelligence of ledge among an classes,empiricism most bsi
treme northern limits of the County of Mon FOUNDRY.; Wrecks and Wrecked Property and also disarmed of the dangerous Weapons with '

roe,as be may deem necessary, expedient, H AVING Purchased of Mr. RICHARD reports of vessels passing near the Florida which it Wars so successively against the lift
'to advisable, provided the nnmberso ap- : RONALDSON his long established and Reef. of man; the abusive employment et medi4
pat iDted in any one year shall not exceed very extensive Type Foundry, the subscribers Q-GENTLE friendly to the under does so baneful to health,will give place to
twelve. I for the the rational administration of c'
have formed
I a co-partnership remedial
will receive 'o
Sec.2. Dc it further enacted That such I purpose of continuing said business,and for taking please subscript and agents, and ,the scientific and experienced '
pilots so appointed, before entering on the the convenience of their friends and pat forward the, name to the Editor as noon as physician will be aided in bit efforts to as.

discharge of their duties as such,shall each rons,have removed their establishment to amore possible. sufferings of humanity. Noth
become bound in an obligation with one or central part of the city. As it is their J. ATKINSON. log that can add to the atWty'of,the work
more good amtsufficient securities, to be intention to keep on hand a good assortmentof October 1, 183. shall be neglected. The princif, ef deal
approved of by the board of wardens, or a the best type, and to make such additionsand and regimen shall be esplalntd, aodfaei
majority of them,for the port and harbor aforesaid improvements as the taste of the trade PROSPECTUSor application enforced. The ingredients ef
in the sum of one thousand dollars, and the wants of the country require, they secret; remedies shall be given and the wboldsubect
conditioned for the faithful, diligent, andahje flatter themselves that this establishment THE nateria roedica shall discussed I
perforpiancooftheirdntieswhicbbond will merit a large share of patronage. They SAVANNAH MERCURY.A and explained in lucid and simple styl e.

Wnen executed shall immediately be placedon I, have now several fonts on hand, which can DAILY Monnmo virtu, O-A; premium of $100 will be awarded
file in theofljee of the Clerk of the Superior be furnished at a few hours notice, and are I Devoted to'Commerce Agriculture-Politics to the writer of the best ella, (not exceed
Court of said County,at the proper cost prepared to make fonts of all weights and I -Literature and General tog 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to
of such pilot. sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, including I Intelligence the community of the general diffusion of
great variety of Ornamental Letter. i To be edited and published in the medical knowleds. 1 b..lY' are to \>4
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That in Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, Brass : city of directed, post paid,to the editor, in all of
any cVent of the unfaithfulness, insobriety Pale, and other ornaments will be found to Savannah, Geo. June next. ,
or riminal negligence of any pilot, be shall be very extensive, of which specimens will BY WM. BALDWIN the HARRISON. The award.of the premium will dependupon
l.H.n the petition of any twenty respectable be forwarded to Printers as soon as they I presenting of the Savannah to public the prospectus the decision of several eminent "pby+
citizens: of said city,or of a majority of the can be prepared. Mercury, a just regard icians..
for the of those 'i
aid board of wardens the Presses of feelings TO expect to
so appointed Printing every description
serve, as well as a complian which time (: r Edt0n{ postmasters sad otter' -artrespectullj .
Governor to that effectbe removed from of- Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, invited to act ,
fice.and besides be proceeded Composing Sticks Brass Galleys,Imposing has sanctioned, renders it necessary to gird as agents Any
may againstby who remits ten dollar will have
brief of the which shall person ten
a synopsis principles
indictment, as in ordinary cases of misde Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, copies forwarded him. Persons I
in editorial duties We remitting
us our are
meanor and conviction fined in Presses, Furniture, together witha govern
on t sum Standing one dollar will bare eight numbers .
impressed with the belief that in a government .nt.-*
not thousand dollars be assortment of all articles used
exceeding one complete like ours.the preservation of the Liberties All distant communications to be addressed
assessed by a jury, and shall moreover be in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon of the People mainly dependson their to the editor,No. ortiandt street New '

liable to a suit on behalf ofany party aggrieved hand. Book-binders virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and,the York,(and moat be post Mid.) Yearly wbscriben .
niitable for ,
,on the bond so hereinbefore Small fonts,
as provided,
dissemination of sound political knowledge to oommanc with No. 1. I'
to be executed him. in be bad when called
by variety,
great may I among them, and being actuated by a sincere V Tbe editor baa great pleasure beiag
Sec. 4. "Be It further enacted,That if any lor. Union will be I desire to advance the cause of State able to announce,the approbation of many
of the
person except such as may have been appointed Oiden from all parts attended to ,! Rights and Constitutional Liberty,we shall eminent medical gentlemen to the plan of
and moat carefully ,
as aforesaid,and bare complied with promptly support the doctrines of the State nights this
all conditions specified in the secoad sec I, and particularly in supplying SORTS for all Party of Georgia,u set forth in the Virginia .
tion of this act,shall charge anycompen.ation fonts furnished by their predecessors Bio I and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99.. publicitioa'i 1 i
for services he may perform as pilot,be ny & Ronaldson, and Richard Ronaldson. i and which were so triumphantly maintainedby
shall be doomed guilty of high misdemeanor Stereotyping in all its branches,executed ,1
the State of Georgia in 1825-6, and *7 ; t
and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in bI L. Johnson, as heretofore. I and thereby assist in perpetuating the inestimable /
a turn not exceeding treble the amount of JOHNSON & SMITH.No. blessings under ;
we enjoy our present ,
6, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. '
compensation received by him to be assessed form of government, and which are ,
provided that this act shall (Publishers): of Newspapers who insert 1
by ; guaranteed unto us,so> long as eacb'depanmeat ,
this advertisement and forward a HOUSE fitnaetlf occupied by
not be held to extend to the master or mariner paper of her. kept within Its
of any licensed wrecking vessel, on containing it to J. It B. will be entitled to sphere of.action. We are in legitimate favor of a THE Giger, situate ca' Whiten
he Florida Reef.on board of any such wreck. $3, payable in settlement of their accounts strict construction of the Con.titatioD-Ud Street. For terms a pplj to
ing vessel,or on board of any vessel which when their bills amount to not less thin$10. opposed te all systems which have for their Dec. !'I, J8S4: (Utff JOHN GIGER
J. & 8. .
hat been cast away, unless such vesselso object the taxing the many tor the bene 1r 1 IH

cast away has been .from by a regular D F. WHITE WILLIAM HAGAR I fit of the few, or of laying restrictions upon DESCRIBE wapscttUl' ...
pilot, at least six miles the light house ESPrCTFULLY Inform the Printers Commerce or domestic industry-and shall THE hn friada all the public. ***

on the Inland of Key West. of the United States, to whom they have resist all encroachments by the Federal be is prepared lo do all kinds pf,J( B PAIN

Bee. 5. Be it further enacted, That all long been individually known as established. Government on the right of the States and Tn a., Ila hopes bratteaslqito; bmlaesq ;
suits and prosecutions provided for in this Letter Founders that they have now fanned the liberties of the People. Bat whilst we i to merit a.liberal patr aaf a. _
actshall be had in the Superior Court of a co-partnenbip in said business, and our prefeience! for the principles I J. Al'.;..{.JIlJA'ov" '. ).
the County aforesaid, or"before. the. Judge hope from their united skill and experience, of the State Rights Party of Georgia, iCVest, Wort. t. !'
thereof in Chambers. to be able to give full > .satisfaction all who we shall support that party only so long as
Sec.6. Be it further enacted That the I may favor them with orders. they adbere to those pruioiples,-car motto HAMLIN. 4r', ,
fallowing tees and rates pilotage be allow. I The introduction of macbinery in place being emphatically Principles, not meD" { ':LLOIt t I.
-.* to each tad every pilot,first for piloting of the tedious ..acd unhealthy practice ef and our fttafefcjoa# to lodosnd *etiinrifM, wVB isiVBH' B S PV' Bj Sf 'e'


f set the ed atWa grind c1irn ct rick,but uM enough ,*
fi" to
i" I houses
the two go
i"l. l daft or joking and he said, "what will you fire" to have a son grown up to men's estate: ,fell|

$, From the London Literary Gazette give me for the cargo, toady money down Thames on .. in love''with a beautiful: young girl of J7

CONVERSION OF SALT WATER INTO upon the table?" "Glide sir, it's not for me LATE FROM.o. -EU OPE. to whom he told a soft and tender talc,whichmoved

to put a price upon your goods; tell me her to become Ins bide! His son

''j FRESH, what is the lowest price you'll tAke!"' The By the President, Moore, from London, resented at first an action so incongruou!,

; / I On Monday week *e witnessed a com owner still( ) carrying on the joke, (as he and the Francois I. Castoff from Havre: we and made the nuptial tie a jest among his\ \ 1

pletely successful and a very important experiment thought,) named a price not half iho actual have news to the 10th Nov. from ParIs. 'companions. Shortly afterwards,however, \

I made by liar Wells, the,. patentee, value. The merchant of frugal appearance The last news was!, that the duke of Baa he learnt the fact that his stepmother was

j i' ), in tho conversion of salt sea water into a put hIs hand: in his pocket,took out a shilling !. sano, the former Minister of the interior, the only daughter of a handsome rich uid-

fljfIt; perfectly fresh and pure liquid, fit 'lor every and clapped it into the hands of the has been entrusted by the King with.the duw when he immediately paid them &

purpose of domestic use, and economy. A owner,crying aloud,"A bargain,my friend, formation of a new Ministry,which It is visit.: Strange: to tell, he was captivated:

ij" barge wte moored in the Thames near Westminster and before these witnesses," turning to said will be composed as follows: with the charms of his mothcr-in.laH's:

; : ,and a number 6f, naval officers those who had) been amused with the conversation The Duke of Bassano: Minister of the mother pretty looking woman of thirty.

"I and BCieniific gentlemen! were invited that had parsed. Viewing the Interior: with the Presidency of the Coun- two) She consented to the match,aM\
I i to inspect the process. The sea-water was still in the light and never suspecting -
man same cil. they were married a week afterwards!
j 1 brought from off Ramsgate, and fully in that he had to do with a man of M. Bresson present Envoy Berlin, I.L ___

t pregnated with the same principle; some of moneythe considerate owner proffered back hliuisterof Foreign Affairs. PKOSPECTUS

;'iI it was in very'impure and dirty condition. the shilling to the man of rags, saying, General Bernard, War Department. or TIE
'It The apparatus inl11ted by Mr. Wells con "Here my good man, although I have been M. Teste, Minister of Public Instruction.M. .

I ii tilted of a cast-iron cooking machine ; a. cutting some severe jokes upon you,!would Persil, Minister of Justice. AMARANTH

cube on a comparatively small scale, especially not wish to rob you of a shilling ; judging I M Charles Dupin, Minister of Marine. A Semi-monthly Journal of Literature and

i ,1 when we looked to the extraordinary from appearances, you have very few to M. Passy, Minister of Finance: the Arts.

t utility of its operation. It seem d about spare." The buyer advanced with a firm I' '1'he Chambers were to be immediately B Brown, 6. //. Drown, Editors.

;i 1 l. four reef in height and the fame in width; step, and looking him in the face, said: I convoked, and a Law of amnesty presentedfor More than two years have elapsed: sinc

: and contained ovens, 'rnaating-fire,' pots, Sir,judging free appearances, it may be their concurrence. the commencement of tbe Amaranth, and

f'1 pans, kettles! Ate. &c. &c., sufficient to so; but 1 can tell ye I did not give ye that I The Duke of Bassano is the same we during! that period it Las received steady

dices a dinner for seventy or eighty men. shilling that it might be returned in the i ,who acted so prominent u part in increase of patronage. To bo in fault u

., 1 The. consumption of fuel is very small- character of an almous; that shilling is the presume the Councils of Napoleon.] the common lot of humanity, and We make inopictenceofanexemplionfromthecliarge

:. about two bushels,we are told,in 24 hours; arles o' of the whole of which ;
my purchase < your There are no details given by au I however,our intentions arc to Lave as few
of heat
and yet, by the internal application cargo: tell me, therefore, when you will de. opinion might be formed as to the principleupon errors) as possible, while we endeavor that
ti ed air,by meansofspiral and circular: tubes liver it and receive or (said he
your money which the Cabinet !is formed, but it is onr productions sUjll be acceptable to our
Surrounding the various parts of the machine taking out of his pouch the foot of an old singular enough,that their first act afu-r the readers, and approved by the community i&I

roasting, boiling, and baking werecarried stocking, well darned and patched, heavy Chambers convened, is to he the intro- general. The Amaranth taken no part id

on with the utmost regularity andpk with gold and crumpled bank notes,) if any duction o'a law of amnesty, tile very measure tile discussion of religion politics' and,in '

ision. Here alone would be a valuable I substantial person will be responsible the refusal of which caused the icsig- adhering to this rule,wo have eluded ma.
;' addition to the conveniences and comfortsof I'll the siller down ny articles from its columns /'he same rpg.1ulation
i the delivery, pay ye on nation of Gerard and his Ministry.
life whether ashore or afloat and will bo continued, although elegance
; even the table this minute." Every attempt at The announcement of the new Cabinet
i and sometimes
without the far greater improvement yet remaining power poignancy may ru"
accommodation or explanation was in vain; had caused decline in the funds. Gene-
I '; be described would a ceive a denial. The work is now rermanently .
entitle Mr.Wells'
to .
:, and at last the owner was compelled to give ral Bernard is the distinguished officer who established, although at its com* ,
invention to high encomium and up his cargo of hides at less than half their served so in our service. mcncemcnt tLere were probably those who
many years
\c' :
I t'I; : I general adoption. Whilst the cooking is value, and he received the money agreed Two French Generals of the name of presaged itsduration to be but like Jon&h's;
proceeding! ,the seawater is gradually supplied forthwith. As it the gourd. It has been patronised thone'
f 1 l;: upon was only cargo Basseau have just died in France,on the
\ from cask or tank as may be moat that had arrived in the market for some time, and of the whom we should feel proud to name, were
day same
ready, and, passing into the interior of the the ragged man of sold his hides for same age. we permitted. and of whose continued hind-
money the of the
They were only two same
and attention Lave
+ machine,' is there submitted distillation ness we assurance
i : almost his own demand and he said it
aye rank and in the
name army. The columns of'the Amaranth embrace
In its distilled state it then flows into a the'best he made ,in his
'I,Jr iron wu bargain ever original tales, essay, &c. from the peas cf
pipe of cast or of tinned, which
copper life. A ragged coat see has its advan SOON
: ye well known and distinguished, writers, and
j pipe is led over the bow of the vessel and
tages as well as a good one;but mind, nev we intend hereafter, to pay forsuchnrticlei
\ a J' along the cut-water into (the sea;and thence er joke about business. [Glasgow Courier. Too soon! too soon! how oft that word as shall be acceptable, from those whose ;

, along the bottom of the ship till it returns -ctto- I Comes o'er the spirit like a spell; communications will add interest to any '

into the hold with a common cock to Awakening mournful chord work We
stop Our-late London papers are filled with every extant. are aware it will put !Ito
f: draw off* the water. The grand improvement details respecting the destruction by fire of That in the human heart may d Nell? I much expense, but we are resolved to do

t I in this,is the making he element in the two houses of Parliament. The annexed Of hopes that perished in their noon-- every tiling in our power to render the work

i tl which the vessel floats the condenser of the characteristic incidents are related.A Of youth decay'd-too soon, too soon! worthy liberal support, and the only way
t" altered liquid which off the of to receive the encouragement of tho public
runs at rate<<
who observing
ragged looking man, was it to for well written articles We
about a quart a minute, perfectly fit for busily in removing Too soon-too soon!-it is a sound pay male
persons engaged no pretensions to a superiority over other
: drinking,for washing, and for every other To dim the light with a tear:
books and papers from the library of thc many literary works; we have no hired editor
1 I purpose for which fresh water is employed. House of Commons, earnestly asked of As bitterly we gaze around to puff us into notice,nor doVe send forth &

i't We tasted it both before-and after undergoing every body that passed him, Whether the I And find how few we loved are here! long-winded prospectus, to trumpet our own

: the 'process, and we used soap in Poor Law Bill was burnt?" At length Ah!-when shall we again commune literary consequence, and promising to ouu .'

washing our hands with it; and we can truly took With those we lost too :soon: -too soon! do all othe rs. No,our journal can speak for
some one good humoredly
declare, that in the first instance it was itself, and we wish for no one,to lub.cri1e! ,
him and doubt it uselessto
no thinking unless he thinks it
i and and in the deserving of patronage,
tweet palitable, second soft
Too !
soon-too soon wild that tone
attempt to explain to thelnquirer the error is admitted
; Nothing the
r and This paper whf
pleasing. however
,* patentee, Bursts on our dearest hours of bliss
+ under which he evidently labored, an. does not possess merit ; album poetry:,
proceeds to filter through charcoal in
order swered "that the Poor Law Bill had been. And leaves us silent] and alone, and communications upon dry and hackuieil

' I i to restore the carbon which is lost in saved from the flame*."-*' Worse luck, to To muse on such a theme is this; subjects, unless of the very first order, are

the distilling, and you have the pure and them that saved it," rejoined the man; "I To frown upon the quiet moon, entirely excluded. The selections are made

t + sparkling element, equal in every respect to wish them as made it and them as saved it Whose parting light comes all too soon! from tile very best Foreign and American
Spring water. We have thus minutely stated was burnt themselves." Periodicals, with which the Editors arc regularly -

1 what we saw and tested; and we do so On the Lambeth side of the: river a number Too soon! too soon! if e'er were thine supplied, and cvi ry thing of interest
with great satisfaction since it is and importance will Lave a place in its cot
t hardlypassible The the fears the
of persons were collected together in joys, hopes of love; umns. In noticing new publications,
to imagine any economic discovery front of .boat house If thou hast knelt before the shrine we
: of such a immediately oppositethe !have, and shall continue I 10 take nn inde e n-
vast importance to the and
navy to House of Commons. Among these Of beauty in some starlight grove; dent course ; we shall not be governev/iy
the nation. All the
t watering of ships rendered was a chimney-sweeper, who was gazing Whose lips,'young roses, breathed of June, bribery, but make our remarks devoid of

unnecessary, and the ocean itself very earnestly at the fire A lad, who Thou'st wept these'words-too soon!-too fear,or the 'hope of faror. The drama shall
t '
converted into
one abundant everlasting looked like a'waterman's prentice soon! not bo altogether neglected, but receive its
} Inpply,forms:Indeeil an epoch in the histofy clapped share notice ; the musical department also -'

P of navigation. We need hear no more the sweep'Opon the'shoulder" saying, "well" Too soon is stamped on every leaf, will command a share of attention.
Snowball, arn't glad? "Glad of what?
of the of you The work is embellished
brave I
.1 sufferings and hardy sailors, In characters of dim decay! occasionally witb
from the want of this essential article of asked the sweep. "Why of the fire, to be Too soon is writ in tears of grief! engravings executed in the best mauncraiid
human subsistence. The sure sooty; if both houses are burnt, musn't music with accompaniments for the PianoForte
room required i in On all things fading fast !
merchantmen for the your gagging act be burnt along with it,and away flute, &c. Tho terms, to. city subscribers
stowage of water for Oh! is there one terrestrial boon
? the can't you now cry 'sweep' and soot ho' one dollar and fifty cents, in ad-
mar now be filled with Our hearts]lose
voyage goods not-too !
j : soon -too soon! vance.ortwodolIarsattheendofsixmonrU.As
in of the
? said
spite parliament
of kind. In fine it would be :
V any difficult
.e>oo our country subscribers will be ta kl
to overrate the value of this admirable intention the sweep, for master's got a copy on it New their
honae." Definition8.-Nose-A flexible piece postage on papers, wo shall exact but
Jij ,whieb,there can be no doubt, will at rrl3ut"rejolned: theother"youdon't of cartillage, which may be easily turned one dollar,if always paid io advance; other-
';,\ bo speedily and universally .Adopted, and mean to say such a fool") as to vp with a significant expression of con wise they will be charged the usual subscrip

Will,we also trust, amply reward the inventor let the parliament chaps know thai} tempt. tion. These regulations will be strictly
A gentleman who went down to West- adhered .
of a benefit to his country and fellow Ears-Awkward looking
Creatures;' the worth of which minster in a cab, asked the driver if he excrescencesto subscriptions received at a distance,
I be excelled in the anna of useful can human hardly knew anything about the cause of the fir"? which. pendent jewels may be easily attached (except from agents) unless accompanied
I the with the payment for one in adva fc.
"Why yes'Sir"was "some
t ity. The sea water around a ship is inces- as it's done by"the builders reply to;make sty ringers-Delicate pieces of mechanism, I An edition of the paper is published at East
: anti,converted into excellent fresh useful for Bridgewater Mass. where
water, striking the keys of a piano. Also all communication
for themselves and I did hear
too how
} fit for every and the ; ,as :*,&c. must addressed
purpose; ocean itself convenient for a display of rings and to George H.
; umadethe.chief agent in this metamor- it was Mr.Hume as set 'em on, 'cause you ornaments. DrO\VlI. post paid, or they will remain dead

pho i is. It u a great and wonderful achievment see, air, the members wouldn't build a new Cheeks Intended in the office. We are obliged to adopt this
1 by nature as the seat
house, though Mr. Hume had ax'd'em ever rule,asour postage haibccome heavy tax
so many times to do so, and told 'em of blushes. In this refined age seldom us upon us.
wrl NcwsJokeabout how wery uncomfortable he was in the uld ed for that purpose. 03The=t volume of the Amaranth:
l bwiw. I wm tell un." Teeth-Beautiful) pieces of polished] ivo will be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of the
,you a story. A man that I am very well ryto be exhibited to tie best advantage size and stylo of the New-YorkMirror.and
acquainted lwitband who was not always A coalheaver, who appeared to be rather in conversation. those of subscribers who wish to Lava

t jo well to do In the world as U is now-I the worse for liquor, attempted to pass the Heart-A useful appendage. Many ladies the paper, will please notify us before the
r do not say it was myselfbut it was a Scotch. soldiers stationed at the end of Abingtcn are unconscious of expiration of the volume A semi-monthly

man who had risen,from a very low begin.diIng. street,in order to get into old Palace Yard. Tongue-A (possessing edition will also be continued as usual,at

His outward dress did not always He was stopped of course,and after a good perpetuum $1,50.

tally with the lining of his 'pocket; indeed deal of disputing, said, Veil then,my fine edged sword.1 aninstrurnent"sharper than a two Ozr Our exchange list has increased to
the pocket when he went to lobsters really mean to such an extent, that we are obliged to crash
marketwas but so you say as youwon't Head
-A convenient article valuable from list, and
to thrust tntny papers our
held by tho lining which it by no manner of means let
up was sewed me
go into a pretty mob cap, or a set of false curls. much against our inclination; however, to
+ to; to look at him, you would not have and see my own property a burning f- Eyes-Darts, flames hatchets those who have, and still continue to pub

t thought him worth a plack. Well, one Your own property!f"said the soldier with hawks and scalping knivej., toma lisb our prospectus, we shall feel 1% duty

poraing.a cargo of hides coming into port, a laugh. "Yes, Mr. Imj>urtenence, my Laps-Very convenient bound, to extend towards them the ,band ri
he went and asked own the to or pout
the owner what he property.replied coalheaver "and with. fellowship.

would sell his whole cargo for Looking if you know'd any thing vatsumdevcr about Arms Limbs Nov lit 1834._
It our friend from the o1 the believed to be veryMj.! -
head to foot the liberty subject, there'd be no call
owner is
cate and beautiful hereby given that in six
could hardly refrain from Uu*hin?outri8&t. for me to tell you as how they'll lay a tax into balloons but which being thrust NOTICE from tbe date hereof, I shall

is Mjr good friend,"md he," i think it mat upon me for to help] to build it up again.-* Legs Machines are seldom seen. make application to the Honorable Wm R*

I ten little to you the price of the cargo a But your nothing but a soldier and don't sometimes useful for hackle;, Judge of the court for the countyof

tingle hide, I should imagine,would;exhaust pay no taxes.-With this the indignant walking,and known to be admirably turned. Monroe, and Territory of Florida, for
: whole It was formerly doubted whether ladies letters of administration of
your purse "When folks black Diamond merchant walked off in had on thef estate
come. to buy," said our Scotsman,"the dudgeon.A any. This is no longer a mooted point as Alexander Hamilton Day,late of Key West
? FASHION has settled the in the county and Territory aforeivd.
to be treated with question io the
expect civility Will
new comer, contemplating
the satisfaction of HENRY K. NEWCOMB.Key .
hewer me a plain question?, What's the fire for a few minutes exclaimed Well every one. West Nov. 24. 1M4. (o76w.)_

price of your whole cargo of hides,on board I'm blessed if 1 ever saw such a flare .; Good
up !
your ship Prosperity DOW in harbor" The this before." Nor I," said a waggish -We heard yesterday of a coupleof Job printing
ship owner thought the marriages which took place not long
man wad artisan standing by his aide, "I never iho'l ia
met Cunden. A .
gentleman,not tmr EXECUTED! THIS OFFICE.

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c" T
9 House at candle light. It is hoped that : companion of his bosom smiled with joy, COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,

THEWEST + as she presided over the feast prepared for January 2d 1835.
more vigilance and order will be infused in {
FLO RID A. the pious stranger-and her heart belt with The attention of merchants and others is
i its operations by the change which is about gratitude to Godfor the many blessings with requested to the subjoined sections of an

.to take place,and which ought to be particularly which she was surrounded. Their lovely Act concerning tonnage duty on Spanisb

;1. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1835. patronised bj every holder of real I children, the subject\ of their pious parents' Vessels"approved 30th June 1834.
/ -We Saw a Sweet Potato: a day or two estate within the corporat n. R.*? I cares and prayers, appeared to be growingup COLLECTOR.u .

in tins city, which grew on one of the tt." in righteousness I like the towering cedarsof Sec. 1. From and after the first day of
since By the arrival of the U. S TransportSchr. Lebanon, and bid fair to ornament the March next, Spanish Vessels coming from

islands near this place, weighing eleven Motto, Capt. J. M. ARMSTRONG, in doctrine? of the Cross. The husband and tho Wand of Cuba or Porter Rico, either
pounds. Well done for the Florida Keys. tho father was cited as an example worthyof directly or after touching at any port or
31 hours from Tampa Uay, we are politely imitation:honest, industrious and frugal place, shall pay in the ports of the United
WE stated a few weeks since, on the au furnished with the following memorada. he seemed to be far removed from the States, such further tonnage duty in- addition :(

thority of a correspondent at Tampa, that Arrived on the 18th (Jcc. 1834, Schr. vices of the times-temperate and abstemious to the tonnage duty which may be pa,.. J\
able under other law shall be ,.
the Semiaote Tribe of Indians inhabitingthe Maria, with company B.3d Artillery, from he was thought to be secure from alent to the any amount of discriminating as equ\duty (

Peninsula, had refused to remove to Fort Mitchell, Ala.-Officers, U. S. Fraser, the temptations of Satan, and the allurements that would have been imposed on the car
with the of the world. goes imported in the said vessels, reapec.tivelyif
the west, in compliance provisions Captain, W. Bryant, Lieut., R. Broadnax, Alas! how changed!-How sad the reverse the tame had been exported from ;

g their treaty. 'The government, it appears Surgeon. lie wanted firmness to resist some the port of Havana in American bottoms. .

has given prompt attention to this Dec. 29lh, Schr Dolphin, Capt. Downs, of the smaller, but not less insidious evils Sec. 2. Before any such vessel shall be
disobedience. We learn from of the world. For and at permitted to clear out or depart from port ,
spirit of our with company II. 3d Artillery, from Fort of the United States with a cargo which

correspondent, that a company of artillery Morgan, Mobile Point.-Officers, C. Graham the solicitation of his thoughtless children, shall be directly or indirectly destined to
under the command of Capt.Fraser arrived an insignificant game was introduced in his either of the said Islands, the said vessel
Lieut. J. W. Allen.
Commanding, house; and, but for the conseqnencesmiglt shall pay such further tonnage duty as shall
there on the 19th ultimo, and that two Dec. 301 h, Schr. Charlotte,Capt. Moor, have been harmltss. In process of time, be equivalent to the amount of discrimina!

from Mobile Point, reached there on -and, at length, the.once watchful time being upon the cargo if imported into
Pensacola. Officers R. A.
Pinckney, in .
the port of Havana, an -American bottom.
ttfb 28th.. The garrison at Fort King was Zantzinger, Brevet Major, J. H. Locke, Lt. degrees Christian,consented having had to his the heart introduction vitiated by of 44 Sec. 3. No Spanish. vessel shall be allowed

to be reinforced by a company of artillery and Asst. Q.Master, F. B. Leonard, Lieut.H. cards, ,and other similar games, that dis the United to clear States out with or depart any goods from,wares a port, or of

from St. Augustine-the whole to he under S. Haskell Asst. Same civilized
Surgeon. day, grace society. merchandise, except upon a destination to
the'command of General Clinch. No hostilities Schr Peru, Capt Johnson, with recruits It is unnecessary to detail all the painful some port or place in the Island of Cuba or

are apprehended from the Indians, from New York Lieut. Worth Coalman- particulars of his progress in vicesufficeit Porto Rico, without giving bond with ap'
t to say, that his downfall was complete.The proved security in double the value of the
but it is believed that these measures
prompt vessel and that the said
Christian, tho husband and the father cargo cargo or
will have the effect to produce a peace ding.The became any part thereof, shall not be landed in either
following is from the Bahama Argus a professed gambler. Intemperance of the said Islands-which bond shall
able and much more speedy compliancewith followed. Ruin and devastation
of the 24th ult. We are happy to see kept pace be cancelled on producing the certificatefrom
the conditions of he treaty. 'Tis a with his retrograde from virtue-until nothing in American Consul, that the said

consummation devoutly to be wished.- the project of building Light-houses on was left, save a ruined reputation, an cargo has been landed elsewhere, bona fido

this coast, and the Bahama Islands, going agonized wife, and disconsolate children. and without intention to reship it for a portin
Numbers of families in the northern
partsof into execution, as it has long been a sub Shunned by society-Yes, that very society one of the said Islands
the Territory and Georgia, are waitingthe which in his (n12-tm]
ject of the deepest interest to merchant BO lately rejoiced prosperityand
removal, to emigrate there, and there is felt honored by his countenance, now .
vessels in Wm. II. Shaw, :
trading tho Gulf of Mexico-
now a prospect,that the hand of civilizationwill avoid him as they would the most deadly VS' f"t Attachment.
shortly be extended over this interest- In our paper of the 27th September, poisonfor his awful declension has disgraced John Harris. 1

that and social improvement westated, that Capt.. Kitson, R. E. had left their great Maker's cause, and broughta THE defendant and all interested, will 7' t
ing country- industry this place for Jamaica, for the of scandal on the sacred Christian name he notice, that the above suit has t
will shortly be seen in place of purpose professed. Their ascend to been commenced by attachment in the Superior
prayers may
proceeding to the United States of America ,
Court for the Southern District of
the present useless and indolent population.Our the Mercy-Seat to reclaim the wandererbut :
there to contract with some person, for Divine Justice remain unsatisfied Florida, and they are required to appear
citizens cannot be indifferent to the may and plead to the declaration at the next
the erection of Light Houses in this and he
colony. sink the abhorred
may grave
of said
accomplishment: of events, which will throw term court. A. CORDON,
Capt. K. accordingly sailed in the Arache, God and man. UpbraidoJ by the compan [oct.15.13m3 Atty. for PJ'ff.Attachment
open the door of intercourse witha sectionof Commander Burney, to Baltimore, in con ions of his wickedness, his existence is already -

country from which many mutual advantages miserable-the fearful precursor of a W. A. Pitcher,
sequence of no person in these islands ha \' l l1. 10
are to be derived. more miserable: eternity.One .
ving'offered, or made any application, in faithful companion still cleaves to John Harris,
The citizens of
Pampa Bay confidently aud all concerned will
answer to an advertisement dated 1st Ja"nuary him. Neither TIJEdeendaat
adversity nor disgrace can
anticipate the speedy approach of this that the above suit has i
1834, which appeared several timesin sever the tender cord which binds her to been commenced by attachment in the SIH
liod, and the establishment of a mail route him. She whom has
he reduced to
both the newspapers published here, on, poverty perior Court for Southern District of
through their country and thence by watert and wretchedness, stitl feebly supports Florida, and they are required to appear
and after the 4th of that month,to contractfor him in her and to the declaration at the
&\.. Key West, by which they believe not arms-still ministers to his wants, plead next
building them. During Captain K's and endeavors to reclaim him from the destroyers term of said court. A. GORDON, t
only greater safety and expedition may be (oct. IS 13m] Atty. for Pl'ff.
of his She
stay in the States, he entered into a con- happiness. upbraid* .
Secured; to it, than by other route, buta
any tract or contracts, with Mr. Lewis of Boston him not, except with her involuntary sighs Oliver O'Hara,
large saving made: in expense to the gov- and tears which will sometimes buM forth.
\ In Attachment.
build Houses vs.
to two Light one, on
ernment. By this route, two counties, Abaco near to the Hole-in-tlie-wall, and Surely,she, who is innocent of his errors, John Harris. !
which from advantages of geographical situation will yet enjoy a rest from her afflictions.- THE defendant, and all 'interested, pill
f f another Gun Cay,in the Gulf of Flori- Surely, the Protector of the unfortunate notice, that the above suit/-haa

, and mildness of climate must one da, with a dwelling-house at each place- will receive her in his bosom, when her been commenced by attachment-fa the So
l day become important portions of the coun- perior Court for the Southern District of
trials ended. W.
It is well known, that Capt. K. projectedthe earthly are .
Florida, and they are required to appear
.t try, may be supplied with a mail with less these and have .
plans for buildings, they -4 and plead to the declaration at tbe nest

expense than one is furnished by the present been approved of by His Majesty's government ffiarCne ffifat. term of said court. A.''. GORDON, t
mode and weare greatly mistaken if (oct. 15 13m] A tty.for Pl'ff.
who had ordered the same to be car- PORT OF KEY WEST.
tho interests of both counties and of the The James Wheeler, .
ried into immediate execution. LightHouses
whole country would not be promoted by ENTERED.Jan. vs. > In Attachment
be in the
arc to completed course John Harris. _,
such a change.Mr. of the following year, and it confidently 5th-SI Paragon, Parks; 81 North TIlEdefendantand all interested, will '
American, Peckham ; 81 ,Morning Star, the above suit has
Editor- that the will be exhibited
expected, lights Dennison; 81 Dread, Welsh; SI Alert, La- been commenced by attachment' tbe Superior 1

Do you know .what has be- about the first of September next, both of tham; Brig Favorite,Smith, Havana,Biigar Conrt for the Southern District of

come of the members composing the Lafayette which, it is said, will be revolving lights of &c. to W K1 English ; 9th-Sloop Spy, Florida, aud they are required to appear 'I

Fare l? it inferior the Thompson, Green Turtle Key, shells, &c. and plead to tbe declaration at the next
Company Surely cannot great brilliancy, not to any on term of said court. A. GO1 DON, 1
"*ie that the company is already dissolved. coasts of Great Britain. The contractor tomaster; Tickler, Wood; Schr Janiel (oct. 1513m] Atty. for PI'''. "
Webster, Stevens, St. Marks,bound to N.Y
Now-a-days we neither hear of their meet- will bring the greater number of the work- --
with a cargo of cotton. P. C. GREENE
ings nor their Paradise. I have heard thatat men to be employed in erecting them,from CLEARED.

their last meeting an attempt was made the States, and may be expected to arrive Jan. 5th- BI Paragon, Park; 81 North CONTINUES to transact General Agen.

dissolve tho company, I would be very here during the next month. American, Peckham ; SI Morning Star, -S cy, Auction and Commission commodious business WareHouse
at Key West. He has a
Dennison SI Dread Welsh 7th-Schr.
to it association of Both and Kitson ; ; and be taken on storageat
see will
ifery sorry as an Captain Burney Capt. Corolla, Smith, Tampa Bay, sundries to goods ,

his kind, when well organized, would be have expressed themselves highly delightedwith master; Schr Mariantta, De Ola, Havana, [reasonable nay 8, 1834.4t.JWE rates.

,very useful in a place like this, where our the handsome in which they Salted fish; 9th-SI Tickler, Wood. d*

dwellings are mostly of wood; and I am were received in the United States, in fact, are authorized to announce Colonel ,

well aware that there are tome young men they say, that the Americans vied with each The Schr.Paramount, Burr, master, fm GADSDEN.tbe as of a candidate '
to represent Territory Florida
.that have joined the company with the full other, who could bestow on them the greatest Savannah bound to N. Orleans with a cargo the 24th Congress of tbe United States. I
of rice, arrived here yesterday,and will sail
intention of supporting it throughout. attention. first fair wind. Passenger, Janus Dowlies. WE] are authorized to announce Colonel

Last Wednesday morning, as lam tolda, >SEPH M. WIIITE is a coodY-

back building of the house occupied by THE GAMBLER FACT. I ate to represent the Territory of Florida, ;
In the Superior Court of the Southern Judicial in the 24th Congress of the United States
Webb him the hour bloated .
Judge was consumed by fire. Many saw near midnight .
persons have enquired why the apparatuswas and emaciated, staggering to his wretched Richard Roberts, of Florida.) WE arc authorizeo to announce Major
not cabin, assiisted by the amiable companionof f WILLIAM WYATT as a cucfid.ate -
conveyed to but I understandthat vs.
his fallen fortunes. The height of human 57 Bales of Cotton, pick. f In Admiralty, ta reprlIent.tbe Territory of Florida '
there was no alarm in the city. Had anguish was depicted in her countenance ed np at sea. J in tbe 24th Congress of the Uhited States. '

an alarm been given, I should not hesitate and her trembling limbs but feebly ALL person interested io the above cue announce Colonel t

to say that the active of the active members supported the object of her early attach hereby notified, that all the residue WE are authorized
ment Her plighted vows still remained .of tie money for which the above Cottonwas WILLIAM B. NUTTALi as a I 1 I
would have used their
utmost exertions candidate to tbe Territory of J
sacred notwithstanding the unworthinessof sold by the Marshal of this District, represent t
_endeavoring to convey the engine to the him, who had received them. after tai payment of the salvage and expenses Florida,in the 24tb Congress of tbe United. '
in said cause,has been paid into the Registry Shtes. p
scene of action. It would have been an How different was once his aspect in life. I I'
of the Court, where it will remainfor
I .
t opportunity of putting the company to the A professor the religion of Jesus,he appeared nine mooths, unless loaner claimed by .

i test, and would at the same time have enabled to live up to his high calling. Respected the person or persons entitled to the same, I I1HE8ubscriberwouldinfotmbisfriends and the public that he is
because he he bis their authorized prepared to
was virtuous enjoyed or or legally agent.
us to judge for ourselves who were ac attend to any business that may be entrust '
the A. II. DAY Clk.
esteem of all. His; advice was biz care io the
ed to
tually the true members of the company, sought with avidity,and followed with scrupulous By II. K. NEWCOMB, D.C AUCTION AND COMMISSION LINE.

(or as the saying is) the real grit exactness. His home, the abode (ollmJhn] I

4 ROLLA. of contentment, was honored with the' pre ', .
N.B. Inasmuch as bikewarrnneas appearsto senceof the pious and the good-for there T H B SUBSCRIBER respectful/ informs found. J

prevail in the it is suggestedby the righteous feasted on the conversation of his friends and the public, that I He take.,tbis- opportunity of rcodlrfaf
company, saints, and rejoiced>> in the of Zion' be is prepared to do all kinds of JOB PRIN. tiinksforptttrvoj hop**, bjr tare*
a friend at my elbow,that a reorganization company TING. He hopes by attention to boskets, mitting attention, ti to merit kJ09.
.. of the take place and that acweting pilgrims, as they stopped to to merit a liberal patroo. continuance cf ,
themselves to acquire strength to pursue 1.-ATItUiION.. 'l. A.: ,,'

be held for that purpose on Mon their pilgrimages. Plenty covered his board, Key West, Nor. L ., ,_ t i t ea If t#!. arm t' ; Ya.

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r tC- y I ,- tvi w enthusiasm,they raainlained; with great SLEEP.-Sleep being only the ugauon -; PARLEY'S MAGAZINE ,
the of the outward senses, and interception
Journal. firmness for they not only withstood?
From the Sunday School ; by the en* of motion from the eternal world, argues Circular Parents,Teacher,School Com.

RELIGIGN IN ETHIOPIA. importunity to draw employed them aside from imperial no more any radical defect of fife and im* mitteei, and all who feel an interest io tle
voys the soul) than the having a improvement of youth.
I to defend the io irtalitv in ,
f Extracted from It t_ History of Nubia but even employed their arms J of
I. ': and Abysinia, London and New York, believers in Arabia against the enemies! ofthe \.rn's sight bounded within the walls IT i. not quite a year since Parley's MIP. '.l i\

: 1833.'f. cross. So highly esteemed, indeed his i chamber by sheets, does argue any wa commenced,during hat short i
that the head blindness the immured party who haply period the numberof subscribers have in. *
were their zeal and influence,
We have alluded to the singular fict, it as IS busy reading by candle light and that creased to 20,000, and the work has receive
of the Roman did not
that Abysinia which received the Christian empire : v trouble ed 9, where, the most unqualified .
small would every
p solicit their cooperation with case so a print an.probation.
( has retained it, unsuitable to his dignity to has found its to
faith at an early period, sight to read it by day. And flt way tbous.
Persians ;an
J amid of fortunedowai the in opposing the ands of families, and while it has
r a great variety in entered
r The arms aw the policy of by the infidel Hebrews,who threatened the that the soul b perpetually employed the social circle, ita unobtrusive lesions
) present the Moslem which prevailed m Egypt, eastern shore of the Red Sea sleep is very hard to demonstrate; we so have we trust, often had a salutary influ.
V often remember dreams merely by occasions
.I shore of Africa ....- our ence eo the juvenile mind and heart. It
the northern
rI Asia Minor, portion of Greece, TAKING THINGS COOLLY. which if they had not occurred, has also found its way to the school room _
I and even over a large had had dreamed.DR. and classes of here beta :
suspected cheer
we never many pails
fierce looking
impression You're scoundrel! a
't could not make any permanent a MOORE.SOUL. ed twice a month welcome voice
I 1(, among the Ethiopians. A furious war,it is gentleman, the other day, coming in the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for of

I ,,'f j true, raged between the Mabomedan chief great wrath to a yankee, whowu8taDdingquietly -The soul is the ray of God, few days, the class book which they bar a*

t 'f, ;' who toOk jwasenion of the country? near on his side walk..*you're a scoundrel she (eing the image of God, as the rays of read over and over, perhaps twenty time,*

,, I''j Add, and the Amunrites i but it does not sire! light are of the sun. and read the pages of Farley's Magazine:

I ',D: appear that,either by conquest or negotiation 'That's news tome,' returned the yankee DR. MOORE. I The demand for the work, to be used ia

,1, the tenets of the Koran were ever admitted quietly.'News schools, is rapidly increasing.
PROPHECY. There is doubt but
a into any of the Abyssinian provinces. I you scoundrel do you call it no Encouraged by such unexampled success,*
., !' that the soul of man is possessed of more the publishers have respired to render it
I I news than those she exhibits in the still of liberal
o ', This distinction will be nand the more "EntireIYlo.t faculty body, more worthy BO a patronage;
this world exercise of and; not to remit their exertions till
.1 'J for in the more might they see
remarkable when consider imperfect You need'nt: think to carry it off so qaietlyI it' introduced into families and
be her benefit. Thus- schools
j f means used for establishing the gospel in say you're a scoundrel, and ill injurious to prosent throughout the whole length and breadth of

""J that remote kingdom,and we may add, the prove it. the faculty of prescience may be a facultyof the United States. (

{ father defective form in which it was received < u will not, I shoiiHTnt like to mind which God may occasionally allow In this view they have secured new aid

\ I by the new'converts. The principles be prove scoundrel.' her to exercise whenever it b requisite, as in the editorial department. The late editor

: :': \ of Christianity were not expounded thereby 'No,1 dare swear you would'nt. But the prophets of Scripture were enabled! to of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addi
I'a,I the apostles,nor by their personal mis answer me directly-did you not say, in foretell future events, and as premonitions tion to his Qualifications as a writer for the

i. : wonaresasat Corinth,Ephemw, Galatia, the of certain ladies of acquaintance are often given to mortals) of what is aboutto young has the advantage of many years ex*
presence my
take place. This faculty for wise perience as a teacher, will henceforth assist
s I and The 1onics; and yet while the seven that I was a mere-' may, in conducting it. '

I churches of Asia have left nothing but a 'Calf? Oh, no sir, the truth is not to bespoken reasons, be veiled over; and it is only when We propose to present in the of
I\ I name in the page of ecclesiastical history I at all times.1I God permits the veil to be removed (as it such volume a great variety interesting progress

i thu believers in Ethiopa,who fifteen hun I 'The truth! Do you presume to call mea may be done in the change of some fleshy important topics, among which are the fol.

f t- : died years ago stretched out their hands calf; sir)' particles about the brain,) that this sixth lowing! :

; : unto God,"still glory in their ancient creed. 'Oh no,sir, I call you nothing.1 faculty (if it can be so called,) displays I. Natural History,of beasts birds, fish.
i j,:,, There is another peculiarity in regard to 'It's well you do, for if you presumed to I itself. It is no more astonishing a power es, reptiles insects plants, flowers, trees,

; ( this people, so far at least,aa theirconnex- call meA -' than that of memory, for I consider the the human frame,&c.

t ion with thu part of the world i ia -considered I man-should have been grossly mis power ot recalling past scenes and events II. Biography ; especially for the young.
j li\J\ ,"which is, that it is chiefly through the taken. as wonderful as that beholding the future I Geography ; accounts places,man.

: medium of'your religious attachments their 'Do in the present; only the latter may appear Wen customs&c.
t you mean to say that lam not a man IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various
I"" iA It'r civil affairs have been made known among sir I' more so in consequence of being mure un- parts of tho world.V. .

t f, ,European nations. So soon as it was rumored 'That depends upon circumstances. frequent. May not St. Paul allude to this Lively descriptions of the curiosities

:, that a Christian state existed on the 'What circumstances 2' sixth faculty when speaking of himself returned of nature and art; in each of the United

fp 1 ,.1, eastern coast df Africa surrounded by big- 'If I should be called as evidence in a from the third heavens, that he saw States,and in otLer countries.

\\a. I 4>ted Mussulmans and infidel pagans,deep court of justice should be bound to speak "things which it was not lawful for man VI. Lessons on objects that daily surround

\i I interest was excited among all classes of the troth' to utter?" G.RELIGION. children in the parlor nursery, gar.
,!,' : jfaerj. warriors merchants den&c. .Accounts of trades and employ-
Kings and
t; 'And .
i would I was not a
'v. you say man, .-There issaysBishop Tay menu..
r seized with.a
navigators curi :
were : pious
hey? Do see this cow's skin r VII.. Particular duties of the
.' .' ; osity to know the actual condition you lor, an universal crust of hypocrisy that: young; to
a 'Yes-and I've seen it with parents, teachers, brothers,sisters, &c.
r surprise ever covers the face of the greatest of
i: :, people whose industry they concluded pact man :
J since VIII., Bible lessons aud stories.
t .' you up. kind; but true religion is open in its articles
\ be and who if
r must strange, they should
: it entitled brethren 'With surprise! Why,did you suppose I. honest in its prosecutions,just in its IX. Narratives ; such! as are well authenticated
: require ,were ore the .
'I' &th to their aid The was such a coward, that I dare not use the conduct, innocent when it is accused, ignorant original tales. vy
"U ", a.Dct'protectioa. legend article,when I thought it was demanded r of falsehood, sure in its truth simple X. Parables fables;and proverbs,where
too, respecting Prestos John, had its 1 the morals is obvious
and .
'Shall I tell what I ?' excellent.XI.
:, you thought in its and Julius
\ full influence animating their zeal in the sayings, (as Capltoti-
'De if date.' Poetry ; adapted to the .
r Bcatchbl a monarch whoso you nus said of the emperor Versus,it is morum youthful capacity
f was associated 'I,thought to myself what has and feelings.
use calf
.r a rimpticium ct adumbrxcc nihil
: in their minds with qua possiL
sentiment XII.
every fora tow skin!' Intelligence ; embracing accounts
of veneration and wonder. 'You It covers indeed a multitude of sin. by curing of Juvenile books, societies, atidremarky
distinctly call me a calf then them,and obtaining pardon for
We have already had more than one oc- them; ble occurrences. .
f caslon allude the you insist on it, you may.' but it can dissemble nothing of itself it '
to to story of Frumentius, 'You hear ; Many of these subjects'willl beiUustratl,
who gentlemen' speaking to the cannot tell or do a lie but it become r.
is usually supposed to have conveyed ; can by numerous and beautiful engravings, prepared
fo Abysinia! the knowledge of the Christian bystanders I do ,'you bear the insult. What shall 1 a sacrifice; a good man can quit his life, by the best artists and selected with
the rascal P .
a \ fiith., In company with! a felfow-f( tudent, ; but' never his integrity. p view not only to adorn the work, but to

He vial: under,the care of Heropious a phi. 1, Dress him exclaimed twenty voices: ,with I I i improve the taste, cultivate the mind, and
the shouts and laughter, : Sometime ago a soldier was bought u n. raise the affections of the youth to appro

: i t 1 1ehappcnedto be wrecked ship in which the they sail- 'That I'll do at once. Then turning to der concern for the interest of his soul,and priate and worthy object... We would

II, The on Euuopi"tsa the yankee, he cried out fiercely) ,come one becoming visibly religious met with no little make them better children better brothers
coast. preceptor was murdered t by this both from I better sisters, better pupils better associates -
step way you rascal, and I'll flog railing his comrades and officers.
'tbe barbarians'; ,but tie lives of'the two pu within an inch of your life." you He was the servant of one of the lauer.At .- and, l in'thd end, better citizens.
:}I lI''eiQ par d after' which We beg the friends of
; ; occurrence education
'I bare his e4 l-
no O< the' conducted cially parent and teachers, to. ,
were to hum, 'You're what view \::60ma.tter
coward? has "'_
I where their accomplishments a gooa your religion done you? in this light. Let children look up.
t procured 'I am a liar then,am I?' The soldier made thbdbcreet "Sir the
k r for them an honorable answer: on pictures not as :pictures merely ;
employment at
;. court.
'i l It IS. said that through the influence 'Just as you please.1'Do before I was religious I used,to get drunk; but let them be taught to study them. What
f" even .
: : 4 of the queen, Fhimentius was you bear that gentlemen now I am sober. I used to neglect your can be more rich valuable materials for instructive
I t yet'was the unanimous business, now I perform it diligent lessons than a good engraving?
to response
tutor: the"prince her ; youcu'
'I : son, during whose M'terthis brief
.avoid The explanation of our principles
dressing him. ly. officer
was silenced and
i :
{minority the seeds of the ,
gospel were sown and ask.the
purposes we
J;Tt' j, '1111th zealous stranger.i O!heaven grant me patience, I shall fly seemed to be satisfied. Here we see the aH who receive this circular.cooperationof Will

,\ \Oa his return to Egypt he communicated out of my akin!' excellency real religion; it teaches us to aid us by ypurinfluence in this great work JOB,

(o AthanashiSj who at that time filled the 'It will be so much the better for your deny all ungodliness! and to live soberly, the formation of mind and character the

;. patriarch's chair, the success which bad attended I pocket-calf skins art in good demand;:' righteously and godly in this present world. rising generations Will you assist us allij}

; his first endeavors disseminate the I 'I shall bunt Honesty, diligence, sobriety, quietness, are your power, in our endeavors t6 introduceto

j principles 6T'the. tree religion. To enable 'Not here in the street, I beg you. It among its happy fruits. Its ways are ways American schools,parlors,and firesides
1 would be quite'disgusting.1'Geatlemen of pleasantness and the stories and lessons Parley's Magazincl
'il I, , complete the good work ,which he paths peace.'DISTURBANCES .
1 Every single number of the new volume
It c ,tad auspiciously,begun,be was forthwith ginghimr any lunges avoid flog eoocMo- will have a strong paper cover, abundantly

f I I 'Clothed with the Episcopal character, and 'Not if AT MONTREAL. sufficient to preserve the work in good order
1 : pmt? back as..Bishop of Axum. But his you're able; was the reply. At for binding and for use in schools.
him i at him)II Montreal has
1 the scene of riot and, The
r'i I progress was-soon afterward interrupted by yearly subscription being one dollift,
,< the prevalence of the Arian which I Thus provoked thus stirred and encouraged contempt of all civil authority for several l our friends will perceive the impracticabh:*
s I l' heresy, ,the fierce gentleman went like lightning successive nights preceding the latest dates ity of keeping( open so many thousand ac.counti. -
I t 'leing patronised by Constantius, was so I at the j They It is therefore
I. 'Vcxteimely .yan ee. But before he couldstrike originated, as appears from the accounts indispensable that

it \ Ipire,that at propagated lenth it signalized throughout its theiii 1 a blow, be found himself disarmed of in the Montreal Daily Advertiser, we should require payment always in ad

'! : DY the degradation of the triumph his cow skin, and laying on bis back under of the 17th inst., (the organ of the "liber- vance.
\ I distinguished i- i I the spout of a neighboring whither als" or "reformers") with certain membersof Two numbers more will close the first
vine whom pump
aa we have just noticed, aceu.lied [ the yankee had taken him "conservative" yeaf, and we now give notice that all who
the to cool his or loyal and church
patriarchal throne of Alexandria. I rage, desire to continue the Magazinemavaigniy -
!, We have repeatedly mentioned the letter ', and before he could recover from his surprise and state party, and were confined entirel fv their intentions by a seasonable adraac

which the emperor,, wrote to the brothers wet at such unexpected handling, he was to them; and it is to the forbearance of the for the second )ear. i

; ,I ,Aizana and Siatanai, who exercised a joint as of as a drowned rat,from the cataract: liberals, under circumstances of the greatest If any of the subscribers should not receive I
water which
e poorer Ajtttin denouncing their bishop his grave antagonist had excitement and provocation, that the all their numbers, they can requestthe I
1 t ead liberally! pumped upon him. His Advertiser attributes the fact that the I '
post master to
guesting that be might be sent to the courage, consequences notify us of such as are
1 it '' capita, where "by by thIS time had, like that of the valient) were not more serious. missing, and they shall be sent again free of 'I

'familiarly with Venerable George convening and other I Bob Acres,oozed oat at the 'palms! ef his: One of the organs of the conservative charge. I

I "learned,men,he would rap great "enefi hands. And be declared, as he rose and party L'Amidu Peuple) has the following Ten copies free'of postage.'To \
': tnd return to his see well instructed in all : went dripping away from the pump,that he coup d'orilof the state of things in Mon ( accommodate associatioiw.schoola 1

h ecclesiastical discipline1 This invitation : would never trust to quiet appearances treal: and individuals for the distribution we will '

b : or command received no attention again, and the devil might undertake tore deliver at any post office ia the United
from the prelate his either cow akin a-cool yankee foe all him. Since Great Britain gave to our Prcw.ince States, free of postage, ten copies to-el'e

hence the or sovereigns, and N. Y. her fine Constitution, no Canadian: city address for ten dollars remitted to us w, ...
church of Ethiopia continued .,., 7hnucripf. hath been bund in a situation similar t out cost. LILLY WAIT & CO.
orthodox while
the majority of the oriental Boston Feb. 15.
mBLE.-TfIeIleates that in which Montreal has been
Christiana of during the
t the
.were Bible:
beguiled into
'tt+easoning of Ann error by the the leaves of the tree of life last fifteen days; no one has offered sucha I
M well
s the
; hthoritI or the tree spectacle of disorder and Subscriber would inform
C the father Coastaatine. knowledge; they strengthen desolation. TLe TIlE his friend
well is most sacred laws the public, that be is
S 11 asraanding enlighten,and have not properties prepared to
,I. cannot bo toed that only cocn. wolatedand attend to business that
.t. doctrines With die 1' but an assisting office destroyed, citizens basely at. any may be'entrust
of Christianity ed his in the
to care
they tacked and massacred in the
s posted WaW FAME.-ameis the echo middle of the AUCTION AND
many ceremonies lIIf of'meril_ streets the COMMISSION I/INE.
The echo ) resounding night and dajwith His office is in BrovTbe1
from the may pot sometimes bahek-d cries of hatred up stain Mr. F.A. *
tho gospel Taisw&s; owing toadeficiencyinthemoraleu. and of fury; the fathers Ware-Hoase, where nemay at all time be

their rites, which ha 'aot,iD the earlvirf. it IDlY her a long time arriving toq&om or and mothers of families trembling for found.He. '
their children
and wives takes
od -of 'the Egyptian church been eodrdCseparated the density of the earthly dement ; for their b icy this opportunity of rendering
from it. It b I transmits it, but nevenheJess It will that bands many flying from their own dwell 1 thank for put fa von, aDd hopes, by unremitting
equally certain, be heanJ-.lcweU: ODO day ing to seek repose afar oft This is the attention to. buwoesr, to merit a

however, that the faith which they adopted.n I .mant,tntef thou into done the good and faithful coup dtel l which Montreal cflers! to our continuance, of public patrona .
Jo1 of thy Lord nt dewt--phi7adclpliaPsph'. JOS. A. TIlOUPID .
(Dec. 6,124. ns-tfj

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