Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
Creation Date:
January 17, 1835
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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T .'II ..'.". J'QUI.ii i I .-_' ta'it..- -- V-1. ftI ? r. :.. &h' At wo design makifir ffiffVMry. a tef.lcfoof :
"" : r E' 1 tetoertliafonrNtWri td'.II I..d of the
SaturdayatFIVE DOIJ* .
Published rhDum.evefy ,.. '. : .t. ,. cmmunity? tIme+nE tndeu4)t I
LARS to present to Oar ptiroosirdadd( eft.1b: ,
the f (
inserted at rate t>

One for the viaTiSEWim each.G Dollar'1nserti6n subsequent and will! Fifty,be and continuance continued Cents 8evei pfsquare>tvrFiveCenU until": : All otherwise ,Ad.fort.;. ....1.... H HJ I I I.. bat Dow 4iarrand'oc or diepe fftf l'':I WtUtfillsmeobt nince.oth nre'thMriC with,:>as'lfebt'M! matterMtHitlim-to IrAfiety7df i.Torelgd'inhtciel! tit&k*1*.',..j;'. .. ';.. ';4<1

ertSsements ordered Nona 'will be.Considered -- ,. ,;;. .. .' I. t.. ,Ou'r&dlQaint will-remai0, ./
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'. : :',4' I r open tp M> : mpnto drvmwtoo.:of a qyubject 1
less; wjuarcc N It & PI1f LIEI ..connected WIth) theprblic good ifc' '
ffo subscription will'be, discontinued- 'I ATKtNd e EMT $$ e .. ,
: J Jvot. '
.r eluding all( tcurrniitv aod'nbnat ,
unless at the toptibn of the Editor, trailTa. i ;
1Dbit .., tb itftlvsi
*m pt bftpdti
arrears are: paid,to, the Editor; on/mmness, h an.WETtItATrVRDAJANIf; : 1MY i71'tttl..' '" /1t '.14.: 'I d>ly rendering b66eficutiliie* ned hatufal J I J; ; 1
All letters
;" $'fiot'le of bit1fltit.,ole AlisrYthecoett- ,
must be Post Paid. -''--:' '. _";" and conducting1 a ahip orveisel' in or out, casting type bybandilgnjsaesideratun!: by mttrcia\cbart.Cbr+ : Ql'bdJ,.dtyvor meliora* :

Forthe.infofmation of Mariners generally,, ore .any part of the Florida Peef. Second,* the'Curepeata>> 1'.Dd Atnetica8'Fdutidorlibite ,tint the moral, social politist padil ,
I/' > re have probuired: from the Collector the ly,from any part of the said Reef to toe port bv AwencaD ingenuity, and a heavy exped.diture lion of our pee,wnl JI< following schedule of toe situation of the' of Key West.ot: to Indian.Ke). or thirdly 'of.time ind money oc,the part of our ana R humble support. ': .:.' ; -
through either of the chahnels leading Into "teniorpartner,'first socccwfbnyaocpmpliihed. .
shore ,
.Houset alongthd: Florida QNDtTIQrfS :
under hi.. f nte.ce. the port or harbor: of Key,West aforesaid,, Extensive us'. ,of the'machine cast letter .: ;f"tier8aviutdshMercury ,
CAPE FLORIDA lup LIGHT Stationary 'to sit for every toot bf water which srcrch hat fully tested and established iu,superiority +rtjhbipit63ir. .:

Situated IheBouth tide 'of'Key Bis.cavne ship or vessel may draw the sum of two dollar in every,par'ticular'over'thatcast I dadytbroughbdtthe'yslarona< IpptrT taJ<':f I
about on ,yarcs fromlbe ,b ach/** t and for every day for winch vucb'pilot by.the old.process sheet,at Seven Donart.p.r" tnt.mfttyiBW lV
be considered 70 feet above may be detained or employ ed on board inch The Letter'Foundry bustnesi, will iiVriafter ieml-annua117inadrance.AdMeivu7tor ,
The Lfcht may; vessel the i itther' 'tof two ddl.late. ., b* carriedon the .before, '
the level WJbe: tea, distant ,frohi the gulf ship or. sum by battlesdamierfbnder *" vy.uir] wll bepalt*' ,
about?' miles. Vestelt: 10feet : heQrmofTVhiteJIagaribco. lashed to meet the mails, '

ttreanl mav.approach within 21-2;. drawing heliffhf" ': Sec.:.7. Be it'further singet.L''Ptiut every, Their specimen exhibits eomplete'tierlct' I, the ,time' q "vle/katbe.ofllceo: f 1hel Ss. r';
froDi Diamond to,14 lines HotThe'Book- 'van nib tent to1
' 42 W. : r ; alt 'lot
25 41
at. bound '
LIOHT SHIP1 FLORIUA-Tt,,situated( .,*etc p > licensed to Indian wrecking! X.orto, ..,.Kel'W ud Nfewttypebeiogin; the .most modern; .' parts" of the gblofr4otneied .It..the City; ., i'!'
00 C ristord'a Reef, pear the site( of o the 'ind refuting to'receive- 'pilot 'on'board, light and t!yle. < at' )ttt'Doili old one, in Lat. 25 08 N. r-Lbng.'SOST Wv hall spoken by said pilot six \miles: "respectively I 'White; Hagar & Co. are agents for'the vance, joie Five at the efcpirttton of if*'
tale of the Smith Print I .
and Rut\ | .month* Jtfeill coblain'all the
It is easily distinguished. as two' distinct '' from Indian,Key aforesaid,. or og-P rea fntellfetfncfc,
lights are shown, 'which' can.,generally' .be. from the said Light HoUte on the Island bf, es,'Wbtcb they"can furnish tdtbe1r.cuet m- ComMerciaU'Political, Literary: !r>I Mttf t

seen at the distance of 12.miles. Ittj<: ob 'Key'West,be neverthetes,ftbB. it hereby '' rt;atlhe, niantrTictdrer'a"pikes. .Cb.-u. : ellaoeonfadjriinff aplre3tinmeatt, pub
Cases, Sticks : il! .,
Composition "Ink'ani'eeer; -piper
is vessels from the dangerous made to fun
to warn subject rates:ofpilotxgeas
rocks and shoals near which it.i.'placed. though such pilot had.been taken on board: article.used,in the,PrintingriBu5jin ss;kEpt ': Advirtliemepts.rif b, cohsprctiopslv? .
for sale,and furnished "theibbttCst''bbtire erted In boas .i's'
on papers, ceottpeftqukr>
WEST LIGHT Stands ori 'the ,
KEY but if not spoken more than three mijet. re-: "*
S. '.West Poin.t of' th erl.l, and of : .speclively tr6m:th'e'abovenjentioned places, .. Old jype taken in' excEango' ifor near oftbtIrteertlinaYr1N'tbi'BitRldiePtlohllblt ; x
''at 0 :, 'tblrtyseiron'andttlilll'sbitrts1Ji16t' ; ,
-" cents perpbund. j >lab'Ieitw
hi 33 .- : then and in'case of such refttsal as kforetaid. : -
is .. .
N. B. Newspaperl'tb'pilotors'whe'gir ,',, eodJ. bJI t I : .' '
<< $ m.
the r '
V.4 'erected for purpose of guiding vea- she shill.bellable to pay baitpilotage<< ,-and .
the'sbore'tbtee AH
when entering the harbor the directions insorlidDl,Win bst entitled comraunicationa by maiT.> ions bojTkc ,
sell | bo. more. to rive:Dollars id.such:article. *at Ihey!may" I pant paid. "
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for whicli follows j; Bring the See. 8. ,Be it farther enacted+That no"' telect from .,, eimel ... : *. I I r; t
our .
light to bear N. N.. W. and the Sand Key feeisball bedemandabld for piloting and S. Neff Yorktss; .. .OJ: \ ; .Gt i P'4tti i iI. Aitn iitri,SasTtrta tsror ;
> ::1
Light to bear \'V. $ W. and you cross ;tie conducting vettelif the iame'be spoken .. .. .
Reef in.:about 5 fathoms water; irun tor,Key at lea distance' 'tbreemrles from the IRO O t .1 ; '' t 'L : Family,Ptysicianftnd; Gaiette o'i!i."' 1
West Light until within' two inlle*, then light house aforesaid" .or from. ;Indian Kev,, ': J' ff '.. '. .

ateer N' W. .until you open Fleeming's Key l provided that. thia.eeclicn thall not" : beheld ;Iron' PWB1.1SHINC tN tCEY': BEST :'1 ,, .lmr :a.LIhr.tJorneall! : k.., and !ilyge 1 {.I,"
.-;\rKichis a MangroTe-Island in.tlignortis' tq extend ,to, any vessel 'going or }.coming' '" t ..0.1 of Pppuiii :
easlwQeaenl Medlpaj ;'tt
,ern part of,,,theharhor.lthd then run tog)t:.?.. through, the, northwest passage ''of the pas, ,A 'N'i" W 8'; 'A'fl.Te ', Knowledge, .rendered; : tamiU.f0, >eta9> j f '.t
The best anchorage the. 'partof: bar of tr 1V t;'wfien spokeh:at'Ihe' distaoce felt EirVirttbi'TAtfT .. ,Iasiteiduathomb'y'cie f1 ) 'f'
the harbor.. .t1e gbt of,the Light .House: of two )mites and a half froirt said light ; : '! rl.ia IJ oZFcoa; .t.

from the leyet,:of.tho'sea' ;i 83 feetG: _tnch'es._ louse.Sec. -, sml s, \ I1ttQ Y tBti. :: r iiecfe mad. ctIr ads" the tireeDtemtreatm'; : 11 1.
Light Stationary. I "'9* !Be further, enacted. That_ .in, S r .wediclb='ordiseisatp heir'. oOtib'4'iU'' qual1tfei'doA t
SAND KEV LIGHT-ReroMng once the event' of any,.matter of a vessel refusing !JN 'far-1 D'ieis'Ieat..... "eqte' : ,
in 54 seconds.. :It Is the ,bes_ light on tho :to pat any pilot his'servic** the .m- ,untoffees :. spec>> Ily,,to 6jet prcpotlu6tir4o.thiscnliglltcnfcd 9nttaedioid lIlydth-.thif nrt gbtieMretttatf >iPpi'tst.;. ,. I
coast ;, S.. W; bv S. from Key Wesj Light. i > *.herein .before,' provided, .snch pilot 'Fpu alic, lo' pu fish ft .weekly : Wethiepriallp'letdtb.t. "
; :ieqgern I1tinktDr.'VI e Uot I and drinktog I '
Lat. 24 26 Nr-Long- .81 57 W.; situated may, atbiediicretionisue'out (rom tbe'oft rficeor'tbe r
.tmae+' aliore title :itihuiL to li ..
newspaper! dism4stto ''COO+e ctserriktry :r Sl I
tbe.Tleef.. The Li hf 70fept | clerk-of sajd courtan Attach- :
directly on ..
: ; '...
lo''prlacejltl) derotod to, Commercial Inteli sad a grest.uri.rta eelusbler \
the said.' 1
above the a4i : meat returnable 'immediately to: :I .1\
'' ,interteting know adgeoo ,tneuab+ .{
\ tball be kn-, ..
TO.: R :UG AS LTGIIStationaryon'! court,r1to the Judge thereof in Chajtobers, nte--barty controversy '. lrriportaa to ,.u stud Mtberto btiddeA l
one of the Dry Tosrtugas.tslandst' .near:the., 'aga-nst the vessel.j>u tea :or spoken,'wbich'Court i'\e' clnd4, 'fktfm: the tarsi:bt mankind, : { :
,western extremity lie Reef, in-Lat. $4AN .or the,vald'Judge'in Chambers., +*ball Undersigned ..s'-tuDf aware,of the oi' "r( .
31 N.Long.83 IeV.. summarily and without jury proceed to ''ex---! difficulty of the:task"he U about,to"uQder-:' ,Contributed. to 'by i 7 l number practisicnf', .,

,AC T te"provide fop; the appotottnenl amine into the 'facts; 'and. 'law of the .Case;)] joke-airid in ,toniidcration< '6f: ht! want bf + .J.b'-.\ .. ; ,
t and decid ,to:its merit, ,but if I Tbeobj&ot ohbls worWts Ca 'neat'ry : e?e;"
of Pilots and to regulate the 'titles ,of accQrdq1g\1 ixpertence; his: 'obtaitied'tbe polite iofler'.of; 1
the of West,and for: .the said vessel,so:assisted or,woken,sbaU iubject; Cohdbcted'ttb'due e'and',1t4,( .
.Pilotage at << port Key fcssisiarice fittofricnoX., :.whote' ;age :titnd'qdaiifcaliot '
\rn.ta11..htdi its tTmplici and
other not be within the jurisdiction of:tbb'court, ; per 'JI'
I! pnrposei.Sect1.., Belt 'enacted bytha 'Goremorand the'said.court or Judge in Chambers thall ; render Ibfcth, :ompeteiit, W splcoity o r1t..etailfi'tliatt.; tfle' all Witt'/'" :
the task. For Lid '<>wo ', 1f-i\bfi tlpledgtR'f' 'ebb to be + iotortted la Wits '
\' 'Legislate uncttottbe T.riitnrycr ,and malt:on the ;;return. of 1hit,attachmeot, InoiA-
\ I'
Florida,.That from and nfier,the'passage of proceed in like r inoer'RiPeagic;* .
thUactthoOoyeraor>of.the said Temtory) J cide accordingly ,. ... strength will prtmit-the pubKt:'iz&y ,iely'uppn .lite ",' ::

be and he ts hftreby1anthoriied and witfr l'a_.F.b. ltil. funk I ,.. tI ha.utmost! rc; f&rfJjr:in,the publica'Udri -' all ranks of society':, need not be.insrsted ,
Wxttl'EN,. oa. aauetsnggesttbetfiselt s to,
and content of said Council during bf the pnptr. \ -aoefie-::
the advice '
eVet ,
mud Uedee :.
Pre .,CegislativiCouncil.Approved i hi,1nfla:
its annual'sessions;to appoint such tinntbor "r Great.'paln. ,taftfa.! to obtam tae epee of tUwhlth iffusteA bl stouhd tredi sl tthst1L '

,,of Pilots for the port and barber of Key :I Feb,181834 ..,... '' ; 'patiieitand: : ,:inhet':correct ioteltlgkcA' tr ledt+ei'tmrd' tdlbltilafebaiHblta. .' dsstisarusssd \be .; ,

West, and.the adJaceoteq..tJQ' aBortheast I TTpEFOUEcDRY.r' Wreck ;-and Wrecked Property,'and '$so' I b the -dd bus.WO .'ivi..tIr I JI
eflfdirectlon'frbm: sad c>tyf and the ei: j H A VINO Purchased of Mr.TllCH ARD; reports'of vessel rjigsing. ..hcaM' bo,Florida I it wars to auciceswelyiipaostibe' 'ilft'; e ,
treme"northern limits of the County .of Mori-,: .. "
esUblishud. 'anol .
RONALpSON long 'ofm9J the .
: "l1 r. ; abusive,empioymret;.of qed r
roe,'as'be may'deetn ueiessary number, expedient, very.extensiv+s'Typa'Foundry; the sulrfcri; : Q j richdly'to thiiJdtai' rheas to'bane
    \ and adTmble,provided"toe o up- ; ben have formed ai' co-partnership for:the : (lbw tlood'tidndnit qpu 'of remedial "
    : rti i. _n6irc pfd':;Itiad' .
    pot exceedtwelve. I tan ivill'plte lpa c
    pointed inanyone'7ear'ahaU
    for tbebciebti -f
    purpose i of! contioningtaid;business,and sgp: i'mt R esnrie$ J Jph
    .' the convenience of their fritods, lid See.?.. Beit further enacted,Tliat tuch ,have removed their.establtihment i to amore I cvl&iaSkriost 3t&fcutiftK< Wdtb-! s sing
    pilots so*ippointed; before'enteri4Ton{<< the i cen tret'paH rib city- AsitistheJr; : ti. :".t.', '1'1K1t1.t. . tLafteah UU toV :.latility; of th.'Wot t t.
    discharge of their duties as such,nbalt each intention to keep on hand a good assottroentof Y.Jctb& .:; $. : .' .. :. stHi' '
    become bound in obligation.with"one' .... .. .,,. ..,.. i\, > ,.. .sad'eg= :! ind
    an of.mart ,, the be,type, and to make soch additionsand4mproiementLf '. .t : .t< '" \j. : .r 't' .1i ,' stall 'TbiJt. tl/eM .'!
    good and sufficient securities,, to. ''be. -. the: ta.t 'of die trade ''' vui 'II' ;"' application, enforce of s'ilecret '
    'T :
    approyed.of by! the"board' of 'warlejjs", ,0J1 and:the wants of the fcotratry raire th I, : ._."... .p.... ) ".....! T.':,.*:01',' ,, sit medieee baU ba P9; $tbewbole .
    majority of them,for the port arm' !iitbot'aIorelaicf ? flatter themselves that this establisiment;: '*<::&&** i .'' -. I Mj ctaJD N :t.H 'm.4J cgl.ha1! 1lbp'''acti e s j j

    ; in the" suiri.of one tbu' t1atW4oltan,, will merit }ilargesharo of.patronage !They' \: AVAlilgl,.',AltRCJUmXf? -. rA. ."" eX w ,a' ..uei'4"64 itJdeit.-. '
    ,conditioned for the faithful\ ,diligent* and .have now .several fonts on hand,wblcVcanbe I A P i'emloiiftof AYCOWiilbV .TJ.e :
    biiur MoanufO .
    's able performance of their doties.whicb{ Hud; tgrnhhed at a few hours;notice.tad are!, : : : :ttje.wriUrof jhja &... .,(uot''' exeeeedl i'u I
    when executed; shall immediately! be placed ; Devoted ta Commerce '(I oL.ttics ,ie/
    ; prepared to make-- font'of an weights and .1rictlbn .. d JO..obt8QD. the.W.ftntaey, /
    on Lie in the office of;the;Clerk of the gup T;. ,:.UefVfrom:: Pearl' 'S2Une Pica,including t N ,'' ., .-., \ s4 I.e4gacgaaltjao(,jh : dt ur ntiozat: ;.' .1

    rio Court of said Cooutyat tbeproperoost'. a'great yaricty of: Ornamental Letter. Int4UJ" ncb "f J"' 1DM1eaI. *1, .1 S ..",.'b! ,.
    or each pilot, Their assortment,o(Cuts aDd Dashes, Russ Tb', W". ,:"',-=d'. 0 jpaptriMf taBY ;? -, !Y tiMtea pt.p a {, aaiJ oJ cr -
    8ec<3. Belt 1 trtIiierenacted'rhat in' Rule and other ornaments will bdufouad.lo", \ --0t 'l'd.-J6.xt.. If' a t
    arty event'of they unfaithralnesj insobriety be very extensive, of wUch'peci' c/na wpl VM. BALDWIN BARni's. W: : f..m*' ,rJrcjf $0 premium will i I Jt"
    r- Criminal negligepce of any pilot. ,he,shaJl be forwarded to. Printers as'toon'.as 4tbejf IN pre atiftfftx thjft public Pie pl"CilPi .. d d 'or! Mf tia] eminen f$ t

    t upon:! the petition of any twenty respectablecatrxen4 can pc p mL. of the Sanatfih Mstth1y,tjfli i regard j ..II ...,, I i'
    of said city,or.ofa majority of the Printing Presses' ef very description, Dr tta&e> of,. xpe :t W ..'..... '" i:, I
    aid board wardens *o appointed to the Printing Inlr of theT Approved qualities, err'*,'u.w.3:A* a cotnpliaiite whichtfca I I .F4tWn.' .;l+QsttiissitterM gi O'IICQ. '
    Governor to that efl JtbenBmordfromoffice.anil Composing.SUcln BraaV Gafietaimposing.. baa tancttcoed,readara it oecesctirf>JiMI 'F..fJTfiiAftittU "if.y 4 i
    may besides b*proceeded againstby Stones Caesar Paper and Prett+ ; Boards;, ,a brief syfcop ta Mfrs prtficJpUa which .tl|. IAt...MU La ,$. -1 '
    I' indictment, asinprdirirycae4, of misde Standing PrflIM.FlJriUture, together witba 'peia'tlt i-'editGtlal dude-We tmtbDpm.ea ;, ",(
    and oacourlfttlen,fined itfs es rm ... Jrsft-cofena, cmedoU'at 4lksnrasiststtsrfiilaf }
    tteanor, > tasortment of all articles used .. fb+p 6s1M4
    complete 4U....&at...... .___ to_ U Ii.
    'tbowsand dollars to her rratk el1rtiesofttu .. L1b, i
    hot exceeding one ill 4 Printing Q&ee will be k !f>t conatantly went li* o rs,tfcpr ** f
    assessed by a jury, and shall moreover be on h*' d; :,* >PeopI 1fti yd.pi nd..}haIf to =:r-.1 l ert8 '
    liable to a nit OB behalf of any party aggrieve'ed Small fonts, fnitabla for: BO'Ok bIn virtue inUUijenca ami patriotkm*!*] Ihs C'lrtt'il.J.uty.ohste I

    ,on the bend so .hereinbefore provided treat variety, may bt had\f hOjaersfrora =. d"' "'" ltlal"'ledd .d .. ... !
    '10, be exeoated by him. -, .. ;- ..dbe ted'b7 asIIa'\ raM ; H
    Sec. 4, further enacted,Tbat lien. atfparaOfh.Vstiodwftbe.PyotaPU j core 4 *ttL f4 '*dt* c*the cause.iIState, :;f AT6 trk \

    person except such as nay .bare been apH} and ao.t ,carefully aUendea to, kbtj ftII4. ...' ,.tree ttrl, t it4. ,tl4 ;
    ; :
    ... .. fd'. r' :
    pointed as aforesaid,and bare compliedwiihalltheoooditionsHpecifiediO and ,part culu'1y in -.upP\f J soars for puonta. sttppe' ,dgctrIrueot.tW f3tAie IU-'IIh. .

    the wcond M.'. .I "&mJshed bt 1Mil'.pr.a.i ,'Bi\ ,.$'a ndcfKe5kt. ;eq.. 5HiiRlutial '1a'tbe : : ,;! t'IIrM'
    tion of this actsbalt+ebtr,7.:;yG fc RoDsddson, and Ricbardl'wbald: ja. la kJ' > of I ii,
    Hion for aerviccB M:may ,..&... M pilot,be' ny:Stereotyping in all rte bran C*.executed l ;sod whit'wetre lei fri aDpb,, >ittsbaedlb7 '''- 'a' ;'I

    challbe doeraed guilty of high misdemeanotoand .bJ,L. Johown., at heretat'ore" the' ute f.o orsa 15254,....'1', ate"" tWt-I.... '" ,
    on non utloa thereof baH bMioedia ,.;JOJtNsn & S\UTIl:: aid tlnreby,atitH iA.ptrp.tQat ; tot igettlaubl.blessgi + &eoWtiAUCTI-....* ',.
    "a sum not e."ing trebly .amount ofCompewatien I+C0. ff, George St. PfcfladtlpWa )__ i ,coder cur pr' NAUff} C'.. '"
    received by ,bier to ba asteti : sent Ibrn s .government,' and which. .ragtisranteed ==.
    i led| by slur, f provided that this met aaall Invert.tb1s- Sato.urs,' o"louras sob depart* "UPkl.ltMJcJ '
    ; s 'S lf.... i4 ?1 $tL-t 1J. \1
    not be held to extend to the ttMter erma -. cosiaiailfitto?. & 3 will be isftttoleJ to Beat of br e kept -v ltbii' Itt lei(UmaUt ., .
    tier or anlneeDled wrecking vessel, *n' .$3 payaft*fcr 1keH<*..Ot ol'tWf tecoantswb sphere of kOtt oD. W. arsv la favor of awws B. tsln, lore P-_",*1 M
    beFlorida Reef. board of any such wreck; *MriaM tMMNiM*o fiei ..biK..ctJeaoltb..Constitution-and aabblorput6'ia11t ."' uril. 1 iL iaaittiC
    lag board of any vessel which I.a *. Ml syatems5wUcb hare for tttorleetthe .uq e to t Ft rlt. '
    baa bftfcrr cast away unless such ,vessel r- of taM- the bcqof ..< Y' h
    "" fto. ? taxing tfor ..4entef..,.... Vii, : 4.v. '
    east away has been spokeo by arSoUrpifot : I 1.: trJUTJ! fc WILLUM HACTAR, bf lew, er'f layiagrc $ Bpoaoa Ar.: JI II.. ...
    at least 4x miles from the lifbt housoon BS : lafermtbe. pritUrttAIMP or> 40.... -:.snd'Pall e rM aIII

    the Wind of Key West* ott'" v0i.j .. ..hNa'.e till tdoreechmects bj e r..ural ...... # ..'.;. .. '.,
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    Sec 5, Be it further enacted ;bat all J"** been S\l Hq&lA VHMBiy a kSBft St pWrV let Ilil AMUAli iJIHiii'i Hl tIM ristttt eftbe'BtatM a.dour : !
    k suit ao< .iikfoseenti provided:>> for ia this Letter FniiMlisjtjiJHiat IWy lwt BOW gorse 1M. of lilel'J fll. 8 ot wLWI. T E M1Rt R1 ilit ...,.i1f r"I

    act,stud N-ttad hi the Superior Court ofkasibernl' eel a.GO<*I UPtBiiUMB BBa isft MttUl ..Mft ftAttL.* and yrttunou prSbattr ,1 I _Este.lfJ,.=: :=
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    ,1' J: .11$11$ i U Lli .)). "I'rWI! .. "" "':' .4 : ;I1'- italong n TheNewYork Gazette of the 24th cal e WasAing t ion, Dec. t rOn '

    I\-... .a. ,4M.I'.' four bushel*of coal, and scattered: gives the followid account of tho rapid Monday ]Jut,JUt: White, of Florida,
    -- -- -:- herald' tito shore, and in the crevices of a, roc 'circulation : (who had just returned from a visit 16 Europe -
    Florida specie
    f From tho which had tIe, of coal on w entedto Congress in the
    appearances d GretJfDelpatch. We understandtbal ) 'pr name \
    FLORIDA COFFEE;---Mr. Ediror-l surface. It was soon'found, dug outofthe the of the venerable
    on Monday morning' 40,000, half dollars, and at request author,
    have brought under cultivation' a epeciesof hole and exhibited. A 'company was fo thq steamboat 'Trenton, 'the History of the Louisiana Cession,

    Coffee which grows wild,,in'Cuba, ,and,has mod who subscribed five hundred dollarsat : at were Philadelphia putonoo1rd! connected with the ,Camden Barbo'Marhois, the Minister of Napoleon' by

    found its way to the city of St. Ajjyjgj fivedollars; a share for exploring. Soon and Amboy Rail ttoad. The boat; arrived who negotiated 'the treaty, and now a Pcetof ;
    i supposed to have been brought rjany, after by the Portland -
    a gentleman, af Bordentowri/, and in 15 minutes' France. This distinguished man is now
    years since by 1he 'Spanish people. and New York Mining Companies, old and has felt
    tlio above specie was in the car*-m 120 86 years always and expressed
    examined the spot, and offered a ,hundred Am- the warmest attachment to
    the wharf
    minutes the same was on this
    wilt grow !n any or the cotton growing dollars for a piece as large as a bean! found oil board" the ,and'we are sure his good
    the cultivation .It boy-in 6 minutes it was 1 ".country; feeling
    recommend illusionraaished
    ; States. J embedded in the rockThe whole
    of another sta. Steamboat' Swan and, after her arrival l Lt is reciprocated by the few now living who
    the planter ,
    ) to like smoke and the consolation
    } particularJ1 oimmensc value,which only to the pier No. 1, New 'York'the, specie put on knew him in this country, and by those who
    of bureountry have forgiving publicity
    pie other. Cf wo and in 31 minutes was safely tans nro acquainted with his and abilities.
    j will realize more than any staple ? cheat is that we gulled second, han the care, character
    ,, were
    i 1 country noiv, cultivation, even if, ded. aril in front of the Brancli'Bank in Walls '

    our we;obtain not MOre i than half tho price of 'street.'" < 1tr.Vhit also presented a ,memorial of '\
    West India Coffee. ,It jsmade,uso, of ia The conditionsof In how"many minutes will the half dol the heirs of Mareclial Rochambeau, claim '

    3 I the interior of Cuba, by the inhabitants as MarrlageinAmtrica.' have Jars be in London, -UU, S. Gazette. ing compensation for the services and sac
    life perfectly equal, parents
    I being rifices of their illustrious
    Coffee. It also grows wild( on the banks of ancestor in thl'l
    I around New-Orleanswhere nothing to oppose{ to the choice their daugh- nu>rT'r. Revolutionary The memorial with
    j Mississippi ,
    the '
    Thus it is
    (era may make of husband..., .I ,a
    it is collected by the French; people, and received maxim throughout the Union,that By J. O. llocktcell. the message of the President on the same
    I &: I subject and the letter of General
    "I made use of as Coffee Lafayettewere
    this choice only.concerhs the Immortal
    ,.t fJ I have made use of it in my family for young ordered to bo printed, and referred to
    be little
    and it is r them to prudent You charming you,
    and find it the the Committee on Revolutionary :
    three months superior to Claims
    enough not to enter into engagements unworthy J want to know .. Intel.COLLECTOR'S '
    t r Green Cuba Coffee. It iraprbvesfrom age; of their hands. ,But it would be If:'you can show -Nat. .

    being equal to the'CSt of Coffee m three considered almost as' an act of indiscretionon A man .that dares to trouble you. {
    is collected. Those who OF i'E.-l" .
    months after it
    the part of the parents, to wish to influence -
    I < fond of the taste of DOLLY. January 2d 1835
    are peculiarly green S'
    ; Cuba Coffee,can obtain it by mi 0>g at |the| be'their-Choice.'' Nothing the situation in the.worldcan of. Sweet charming SianiorTinkleton, The attention of merchants and others is
    so 'happy as an to the
    t late of one pound of the,green Cuba Coffee Your blooming cheek is wrinkled. < none; subjoined sections of an
    from fifteen 4' Act
    American lady to
    twen concerning
    tonnage duty
    of FondaCoffee; young .Of that be on Spanish
    I with,four pounds men '
    i ( ty-five, particularly if she is pretty, as al. Vessels", approved 30th June 1834.
    It is an annual plant, and must be cultivsted most' all are, and has some fortune. She To trouble me, W. A, WIIITEHEAD, .
    in the inanrieras cdttonleaving I do notknow, a single one.
    same CpLlECTOR
    I finds herself the.centre of general admira 4 "
    the plants at a greater distance,,as It grows tion'and homage her life in holi- TINKIKTON, Sec. 1. From and after; the first day of

    most luxuriantly'.frora ten to twelve feel, and ; she is passes Come love shall,we be .wandering? March next Spanish Vessels coming from
    days pleasures a tocontmdlctlon ,
    ,; stranger
    the 1 'land
    high on good land., 'It will grow on the ol Cuba or Porto Rico, either
    still refusals. She The Bowers their sweets are squandering
    I poorest land which ,lias been' exhausted more to directly or after touching at any port or
    '. 'itIs from cultivation, and"will produce a good I has choose, among a hundred ado. The idle gales place, shall pay in the ports of the United

    ;''j 11 crop. Plant it at the' same time that cotton rcrs, the oneshe, thinks most likely to ensure Adowir the vales, States,-such further tonnage duty in addition "

    her for Are lingering and pondering.DOLLY. to,the which
    is planted on beds five feet apart. On good future happiness every body tonnage duty may be pay
    I marries and every body is happy in marriage- able under any other law as shall be equiv.
    I land'plant\yonr seeds five feet
    " i seeds This state of>belle, ," as i 1) is called, is too Ob what be alent to the amount of discriminating duty'tbat
    ; ping ten 'or twelve cover it lightly a charming man you would hare been imposed on the
    tt'tr:: '. ..1 f'' when the plants are sufficiently grown, thin attractive to.mako young.! ladies consent' to How fanciful i ,van you be, imported in the said vessels, respectively

    i r them out,' leaving a single plant at the distance quit it too soon; accordingly' it is not, in So very sweet, if the same had} been exported from

    "r'!: i ; of five feet;' poor lands may be plan. general], until after rejecting many offers, So very neat, the port of.Havana in American bottoms.
    t will and when they perceive that their charmsare kind "Sec. 2. Before any s cb-vesset sh\1!
    i t ted nearer; two pounds of seeds plant And and brave, how can you bed be
    .' i lose of their clear or
    beginning to something permitted out depart from a
    an acre of one acre will'produ port
    !r';r'i: from fifteor'hundred; to two thousand empire, that they conclude by choosing a TIMKLETON. of the United States' with a cargo which
    J. ? It How blest praises render me shall be directly or indirectly destined
    lord. is
    i liege to Vfashingtonjn particular your ; to
    of Coffee it blooms
    i;; pounds ; from early in that the fine women of all the states You must the Witch of Endor be, either of the said Islands, the said vessel
    ;\ July in October, ripens from early shall such further
    i come to shine; a sort of female Congress, To heart's pay tonnage duty as shall
    ,' August until frost, or early inNov nber; be(equivalent to the amount of discrimina
    in which the charms of,, Sincerest
    the seed about the size of' of every part of the part; that would
    J ;,1\ are a grain ting! duty! be, payable for the
    ;' (' wheat, of anoli kf.l. lf each pod containl Union are represented. Ann ardent deputy I swear I love you tenderly, time being upon the cargo if imported into

    ftom tort! to sixty grains of Coffee,' the from the South js captivated by the modest t DOLLY. the port of Havana, in an American bottom.

    l'y pods must be collected as fast as they ripen, charms of a beauty from the East; while a You know papa he scolded me, Sec. 3. No Spanish ss 1 shall{ be allowed .,>

    ,!j: ri i"f I and when!threshed,which is performed witha damsel from,Carolina rejects the ,overtures The day you first, to clear out' orde'part from a port of
    I, common of a Senator from the North All however the United States with goods
    i' a 'atick'frotn the woods, it roust Because you stood, any wares, or
    tl : are, not rejected for at the end of merchandise, except upon a destination to
    i be done in a clpse room with a. tight floor, ; every (You know you would,) '
    and After it is winnoed it is then session, a certain number of marriages some port orplace in the Island of Cuba'or .
    I a: r fit for use; 'And in your arms enfolded, me. Porto Rico, without giving bond with '
    neither horses cattle declared They serve to strengthen further ap-
    or hogs will eat of the
    proved in
    security double the.
    r the union of the states and TINKLCTON. value of the
    i 14 plant; it is not disturbed by caterpillars or multiply vessel and that the
    any insects; it returns more foliage to the the ties which unite all parts of this'great. I swear by al\ above, you know auy part thereof cargo, shall note. landed cargo in et-or \

    land than any highland cultivation; it i is .:whole in an indissoluble manner*'-Jlf ra/J* I Thai; ( 1 sincerely love you, though, ther of the said I'Iands-wbich., bond shall ( ,I

    iI also a great acquisition; to the rearing of Untied State*. :You call me then'TheHbestofmen' be cancelled on producing the certificate

    "j i Bees, as pure 'honey rises on the stem of ; ,"' ; from in American Consul, that the said

    !' I. ,each stalk of the leaves, which sought\ A view of matrimony in three dffierent And .1 call you tC my dove," y u'lrnow, cargo has been landed elsewhere, bona fide
    j' II 'I after'by ,be'Bees andAnts. lightt, The marriage, life is always) in- DOLLY. I and,without intention to reship for a port
    i in '
    of the
    said '
    t ;l.The Editor of'the Southern 'sipid, a vexatious,or a happy condition. one Islands
    Agriculture :" My name is Dolly-take me now, .. [nl!-tm]'
    II r ', nliet/and aIL Editors in the cotton growing The first 13, when two persons of no taste Your own forever make me now, .

    , i States will please,insert the above for.the'' '''meet. tpgether, upon sucfi a settlement s- And let us flee-: BRUCES NEW YORK,TYPE. FOUN- .
    'I \ ; benefit has been thought'reasonable by The subscribers
    public ; parents andConveyancers For daddy, he respectfully

    ''i 4i L I lam yours, respectfully &c. ( ,,'from. an exact valuation .o It he should come would shake inform the printers, that they have recently
    j, *.' ** .ABRAHAAt DUPONT. the land and cash of both parties In this me now p completed a variety of,new, fonts, of letter 'J
    I'1 i 4, t the'' TINKLETOX. in the style of the latest
    Matanza9East'Florida, No,: 25, 1835.' cast oung ,.lady's person is"no more well specimens

    I I' i;: ; Seeds "may; be obtained regarded than the house and improvements But Dolly oh, my honey, though, ting orsasteful, calculated' for ornamental prin

    I f. ,! Messrs.J/&, O.'Lawton, Charleston, S. 0_ in purchase of,an estate; but she goes with Just,f 'a bag, though of Printing display and making unrivalled an assortment
    \ Types in
    and of Col,. ;, her fortune, rather than her fortune, For if you don't "
    If, J FrancisGueofBt'Auguatin with beauty,extent and variety. A book of
    1:', ,her. These make the crowd Have you, I won't specimens
    , Eo r.If' up or vulgar ; may be obtained at the Foundry,
    : :; of tho rich, and fill up the lumber of the .And,wouldn't that be funny, though No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st.

    ,, *The E titrr': of'tire Ellsworth, (Maine)X human race, wilhovt Venificence towards OLD MAN. (entering. It contains 'specimens from ,Twelve Line
    Advertiser: hating given currency to a story : ,those below them,or respect towards thosel ;A vaunt,you ragged villianybu Pica, to Pearl-comprising ,
    ,, 45 forms
    of.the;discovery,of a bed of ,Coal li in bis l above them; and lead a' despicable' independent Od ,will JJOfor drUHn'. ou "I' '35 do of Italic Roman 'do Caps. with 1. case.
    ?( vicinity, makes the following amusing> and useless life, without sense of Quick I leave my sight, -. 5 do title Romau' do do'

    "', tdanition of the true state of,the case:' the'laws of kindness, good nature, mutual For naught but flight 5 do title Italic- do rf do. ,'t

    ? ; '.Some few weeks since wd sfated that a ; offices,, and the elegant satisfactions which I, Will,hinder me from'killin1 & do ,sh'dRoman; do do

    r.! Coal mine had been found I'n.Bluehill; flow from teason'and virtue: ....- you. .17 '.do Antique i\n An

    f''i thatwe had obtained specimens of the 'ThAVP.SAMIIR. ari.qf.. >4 .rMm.... ....' ..............:..__. The 12do Black do do
    .. ,. . ,. ,. ; ---- -- .Juu" Boston Gazette cays-Francisco.
    if 'peopIO, ",ooctateu eIati the'blid procured tion of two persons of guick Ruiz,the one of 5 do Open Black, do do
    : carpenter,
    i i them from:the bosf mother sentment, together pirates; i un 2, do Script do do
    ft; ,'. r. n of earth.;- ,put reasons well oar sentence of death, has become :
    5 do
    We had: entire confidence- the statements known to' their friends, io which'especial since deranged Germ'n Textdo do '.
    Friday. lie has do
    . \'l of these men, and.have,; still, but did.not are is taken to avoid"what; they.think the, his cell, before which hers erected, a cross in 11 do .Twol'netom'ntapswithfigs'Two lines Italic 1,
    \ recollect"atth UmeUie: "'story'pf_the'vankee chief of evils) poverty;and..ensure to'theoi trating himself and uttering the most pros.fran- 10 do SUM Caps. of various capitals.kind

    ''l'! xho\t11 tsc! the inhabitants !of'a certain riches,'with every evil beside. These good, tic cries. It will probably be 6 do Open do do

    \ town in Georgia :of,the;:neat ,little sum,of people live in a, ,constant restraint before put him in irons, to prevent hif necessary committing to 7 do Italic capitals and figure

    .. g20,060, for worthless paece' ( land o companyand, when alone revile,each othefs. violence upon himself. Besides ornamental letters, backstop, \

    which be had scattered the filings of an person and conduct, In company they are music, ,lottery figures piece (fractions su-

    ,: r old pair them of for brass candlesticks,)they mists in purgatory, ;, when 'by- themselves, ,in 'lor Capt. 'Roes the hero of the North, has at ,perior niles, brass astr role nomical', and othersigns, space
    ing gold if we neat ornamental dashes, long
    hadperhape, the<< length discovered something in braces, more than
    r England two hundred
    opnsciousoess of The even kinds of
    being situated happy marriage is where
    in the two
    per. more attractive than that borders, and more than
    which be 1000 kinds of cuts
    of tho l rea
    sons and !
    ! fegiilnrwDown meet;
    East l voluntarily make choice ched and
    J. tee during his last ornaments for school
    expedition. books
    r |andiodigenioMs to the each other, without fortune The wpr: newspa
    primitive hard soil or. and scientific
    beauty.- thy captain has recently married pen works; orders for, of
    qf which no coal is found but These may still love in of a young which or
    I such as is spite adversity and accomplished lady. With Macs composing sticks, cases, chases
    ., manufactured from-wood,might have open or sickness. The former we may id some heath the great 'Discoverer Capt. &0.will be expected with the utmost promp

    t ed our eyes. 0 There are but, two ktndsof measure' defend ourselves from;the other Were I.laid down ,may sing- titude,A large stock being always on band.

    d coal made in this vicinity. 'One kind is is the common lot of humanity, Love has dco;: cm Greenland',coast,' They'will also execute,orders for printing

    ) wade of the, maple,,birch, and, ,the trees nothing to do wl riches; or 8tate.. 9olitude presses the ink, &c. which' they' will Burnish

    which bear ,the acorn and the beach nut; with the person beloved, ,baa pleasure even The French Navy'is: represented as the :Printer manufacturers prices.
    this U called'' charcoal and is in awmaift mind most formidable in the world of'nu3wapapers will please pub
    b much used : beyond ebow or pomp., York The New lish this advertisement this note)three
    y Wtcksoaiths American
    ful tad for,various other use- A+!. Translates a statement from times, sending a'paper containing it to the

    1 C' purpo-ln11nl1ractured. An tbert kind, the J3luehifi Indian outrage*.' :We learn that tho re- an the official vessels register which by which it appears; that, Foundry, and receive payment when they

    the from that.trunk bf mains or individual who composed the fleet in the purchase four times the amount of their bills I
    i king was murdered month of '
    of'Iaakgo'foraitbe May 1833 from the
    wooden "
    some six
    or eight weeks
    1111 tale since, was on. 33 Ships of the lino-of ,GEC/HCE BRUCE & Co.
    which ,
    'last f 8 three
    ( tree'h'ThIS wooden 'Thursday und.within a few miles deckers, New York. '
    i\ .
    tsambertteedtb., Beans; Lions,.Nutmeas'Cu-and it has 'of Livingston, Floyd county,"near the road 38 Frigates-of whicfc O y-Ordert forT<< above Foundry willbe

    ; to produce the tObLa swine been leading from Cassville to that place. We' class, 13- of the Gist, attended ,to immediately if sent to

    cultivated All these why Well understand that the unfortunate individual 10, fc A. E., MILLER.No. .

    } gvowthf bu( tre think it bad were bad fie natural :;wt;EMkiel |la t I8
    ; May 23
    policr to Thecircumstances guns,
    cut it down to male coal of / ; connected with "this 33 f'P
    ;M it turn out Drills of 10, 18,and
    'very much''like the Irishman's melancholy transaction 'leaves no doubt as 3 Schooners guns. C. *
    pebble nap. to the identity of the of 12 guns, GREENE '
    fonainff the uod-wor person The 30
    Only of tharoow'hjch. pope Steam
    i I.cIoPP something else. tratora of this foul deed has not as Them ere Vessels. six guns'each,' CONTINUES to transact General A8*:
    The discoveredSuspicion both buildingmoreovcr,44! and Commission business
    fact of the' whole s' is that rests upon the the line ) ships of
    oq some petaoQrofi' Indiana ,t d a portion oflhe ,of which three are first rates at Key West.. lIe has a commodious W ar.

    br v qr speculation, procured three or {Miner Ceo. Poney Recorder 56 Frigates,. '. House, and goods will be taken on,tforag
    ) : 3 Steua 'at reasonable rate. r

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    7TIlE _. J ,. IT It is believes that the Peninsula of Plot 1I 1 I These calculations it is believed arc founded ,JJ A- < .. .4

    :E QUIRJR.. ,. I ida has been generally estimated 'by tin erroneous -' on correct data-atiU are..sustained,-by* f ". .xo.Tuaa .1gotRxa. ..... t )
    standard. Its capabilities' 'have results from the groves on the St. Johns t & TO J**. ,\

    K' y. WEST, FLORIDA. only been considered in relation to well river, and' at St. Augustine, where the cliff ,She' lath an eyo kindly mildand.bluo", '" > "

    ,known articles 6f culture in other sections mate is le. favdrablo. \ than here. The grove 0.. So sweetly eloquent ancl| shy, 'f'J n,J'
    SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 183 I of the country.' Tf Jdeaof adopting; any of the late Judge FatSoon! St.Johns, whichis So soft meet yet fraught with c'i'ry.wilo. tfeA i....;
    Who its glance o're wish to'
    The attention of our readeis arp cal other staple than those of sugar of 'cotton; said to contain, between, b and 6 acres, : fly. ,
    led to lengthy.communication: in today's seems has for number of annual She l liatb.alipthatwould,a stoic warm, j :
    the subject of'agriculture. It *9 not to have occurred ,to thoeo, a years given: an Diogenes tub foreswear '
    paper of, on interest to, persons who wish to: cm- have.,visited. it for ex minadoD,;and when, income oftfioOO-: and. another at St. .Au Its vrrv silence ofer us throws a charm ;

    3 one bark in the enterprize._ I opinions are thus made up, pro or con, on' gustino of only about three acres, yields. No other lip, when eloquent' ,cOQ-If wear

    FOR THE ENgVIREn. these points the reputation the country every year to tsproprietorjt200. Her' tiny fairylike in form,

    SISAL HEMP-PENINSULA,OF FLORIDA. : is fixed. Besides it is but little known.-: The accuracy oi thestatements here given .., Yet Seems shuns proudly conscious its grace ,
    .-In ra piece lately 'published in'aNew The occupation of jarge portion! of it, .by is easily ascertained; -the estimates upon And seeks out lye its native with modest hiding,sweet place.alarm .

    %ork paper on ,the. subject, of.Tampa': : .savages.. has hitherto' interposed h a formidable them are easily made; If the former be 'Yet, shun her timid blush and 8u y'smilo, .
    Bay, the writer stated, that, the Agave! .Sis- barrier to migration,or thorough exam true and the latter correct, what greater,inducements 1 ho-\Vi ch'ry.tJr.tler deep blue je"J.J, :
    alana or Sisal hemp'ia adapted to the cli ination. Accounts; of 'so situated "' ,to enterprise ,can be offered'. In every' modest 11''"..te there lurks a wife1! > )

    mate and soil of that section of country, are of course extremely vague and what surer or handsomer reward to industry In every featuro mischief sly., 5* W.e(1 r... ,7

    and might, ho believes be made a valuable contradictory,as interest, caprice, or igno- ? And while it is admitted that the' COME BACK 'o ME. ,' : i )

    article of cultivation there. rance may dictate ; and as the great inducement country does not present the general feature : When"the.light upon the :';';
    The subject is worthy .f attention.. The to emigrate to a new country of rich and fertile lands in extensive bodies, ,Shall ,have lost;its ruddy mountains glow, ,. ''f'

    article generally known as manilla rope is the charm that most attracts attention, is it is believed that it is desirable-not so : And the music of the fountains' ,

    one of great importance in commerce. Its rich lands, inflated accounts have no doubt much for the qualities of its soil,'as for Its In troubled murmurs' flaw; ...

    superfluity over,other cordage,for the running .. been spread abroad, which /have raised expectation capabilities .in relation' to the variety and When-the Their,mild evening notes birds from are the singing tree ', "(

    rigging of vessels as well as for various too high to be realized.) The valueof) the productions which it may yield, I And echo's voice ringing, i .t.

    other uses, has been long established. plain truth, whatever it may be, is unquestionably on account of their adaptation to it, and Wilt thou, come back to mer. >,",' .' ,
    But perhaps it is not generally known, that better, for the interests of the the advantages of climate-that the poorer When the'tlred sun 0 is sinking" '

    the most of this Manilla cordage, i other country, as well as of the emigrant. He lands may .bo profitably cultivated by tho' More' glorious in its leave .. : ,
    titan the Sisal hemp, or Agave Sisalana. who sets forth with impressions gatheredfrom introduction of of such exotics as have And the.thirsty flowers' .are drinking j''
    i'c. The immense quantities ,with which the overwrought descriptions returns been proved to succeed, while the richer When Distilments the veil'that tho eve; 1
    Havana'and New York markets are furnished dissatisfied from exploring, is disappointedmore portions are in sufficient quantities to af- Over I land an. gently trembled.' i, :, ", 1t
    j oversea/, ,I :' :. ('11
    are brpugh' from Yucatan, where' it is than in proportion to glowing exaggerations ford, to a moderato extent, room fur the Son evening shade'reeembles >''' I .t-e "

    a principal article of exportation. It growson that led him there. r Imagination ordinary branches of agriculture, commonto Vyjlt thou,come "ck'toinEtf. '. 'tJ'

    <. tho most sterile sandy lands of that had lent liberally to his anticipations ; the rest of the country. The subject is When .ufteriecl? i winds are stea'mgV '.*

    country, and the simplicity its cultiva and I have known persons visiting a coun one of too much importance to pass by unnoticed I Their like spirit formrin charms chare, t" ,

    tion may be conceived, from the statement, try where the first foot-step of civilizationhad I and will sooner or later receiothe sometar mystic off favour'd concealing place; : 'i'In

    that there is not a hoc, nor a spade nor a scarcely been .imprinted, seem sadly attention due* to it. ELEETSA.... ; When' the weary world is sleeping, r i j:,
    harrow,nor a'plough, employed in the agriculture disappointed by not finding groves of oranges Mr. < i. llt/rW1- I Like moonlight on"the sea, '.. ', t

    of all Yucatan. The young plantsare -grounds ready for tillage without the EditorAWinquiiry. appeared in. And thestarst their watch.are keeping, -' ', ; !

    placed about twelve Spanish feet apart, use of an axe, and shelters ready made to your 'last paper, relative, the wheraboutsof Wilt thou come back to roe? ;
    I'J o and during the first. two years, some }labouris protect them from storms. They were dissatisfied the members of the Lafayette Fire Com Oh! wilt thou view mountains: :\: 'l
    , pany many of whom,.at organization, By that dim and shadowy light, ', ". ,
    :4J J reqircd to destroy the with every thing they saw, ate or devoted so great portion of their in. tho third year the cutting of the drank. They expected the lands to be all attention and talk to meetings,. appointed. And" tbemurmuring bl.rd.'ormght; ::i ,
    lower rows of l leaves is commenced, and rich and fertile bottoms, but they must be stated and call d.'rheaupposiuon. And tho brightly glittering shower, ,V": ,* )k y 1
    every four months this operation is repeated. healthy. The climate must be\\ami'with.l' of your correspondent, On tho flowVet and the tree; : "* .
    Then ''
    Each robust plant will thus give about out being hot,and cool without being fros that an attempt was made to dissolve the Thou, in wilt tho evening hour. ", +(
    como me. t /
    is 1
    Company, trust foundation '\.
    sever $:fi'e leaves annually, from which ty-and they must have rains when they it does, however, appear to me extraordinary -; ." c. H.: 'wr, ':.
    are extracted about seven and a halfpoundsof needed, and dry weather when they askedit. and I view it with peculiar regret, that 'i :
    f fibres, and will continue to yield(these The oysters in tho bay (the finest in any active! member should deliberately place A passenger in tlic schooner Elizaarrirec1'' i

    crops, from five to ten years in Succes tho world) were too salt or too .fresh, too his name to tho constitution, prorowe.a'ready at Mobile the from hey Wept, fell overboard'on .
    of the 7th. On the tide of
    t evening
    obedience -
    its several
    sections and
    sion.* large or too small, or too hard to get out. to I his 'hat left behind was written Holland .
    It will appear by estimate from this state-' I -And the mullet, (the fattest in the finny still with manifest the most simple an unwillingness and agreeably to comply order'' ,J un.,No.63 lilenington street, Dub" ::. i

    men,> that,about}; 300 plants) are raised to kingdom)could not be caught with a hook JI J of a Director, be it even fn.grease a hose; ; lin. """

    the ale producing something more than a lea venY utmost munificence could scarce*. I. earnestly'hope that the three or four f

    ton of hemp,which by tho New York prices ly have satisfied their expectation* "Tl b r.- IniJiriduaU will reorganize themselves :I the Mr.Penny Jackson'Magazine< the<<.American, now circulates'publisher' nearly :of/' :
    is worth from to for 'this allusion,and profit JianaAer by the .. "- 1 1
    current, $175 $200 were disappointed because they looked experience :40,000 copies. : .14 It
    of a director who if not older ... ,'. !
    per ton. Iris fair to suppose that as many a paradise, and they found a wilderness, -., ,
    has, at least,contended with,suffered from; --- . !,
    I acres may be cultivated to the hand as of I like most others-having a good many treesto and overcume more flames than were ever 1lttl tile tra:. '. ., I I''
    cotton. Assuming this to be, correct we cut before it could. blossom like tim d'eamt of in their philosophy. ; '"-- '

    have the product of 12 tons of hemp giving rose." And this was all because fancy had A few,days since, one these non-pum- PORT ,OF KEY, WEST.. I .'
    tho almost incredible amount of TWO added a few brighter colours to descriptionsthey pere and greasers was requested! by authority ENTERED., -4 ,
    THOUSAND' ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS had seen,- already too highly drawn. to perform some ordinary duty, and,in x ." ,
    , Jan. 12th-Sch .Paramount, Burr *SI4I '
    stead of manifesting' the readiness ; "
    to each laborer per year;from which To such, and to all others indeed, it is he pouted anticipated lip:with the roost i vannah;Rice,arc. to fD .terHch;, Lucinda) i f//"
    Mr.Editor, if you deduct one half as allowance wiser to say, that the features which our gentlemanlike indigence, and looked for Westervelt, NYork, sundries to master.81 '

    for experiment in exotic cultivation, Peninsula presents are not of that enchanting all! the world as if he could say,it was" untaught Fair American,Xemepez) 81 Relief) ,Wood* 11
    you have enough to satisfy the most extravagant description which some have been led unmannerly, to bring a slovenly ward; SI Loreto, Sawyer; 81 Enter pprizo !a! j
    in unhandsome hose betwixt the wind and Cruson ; Sch Mexican Wbitmore,' 'NewPort : I
    expectations agricultural profits- to believe nor of so forbidding an Black
    ; 10th '
    flank HoJdcn
    his nobility1 be must forgive me,.but, it ; ,'
    enough to give to the poorest lands on the others have endeavored to impress.. We made me mad to "tee him look so brisk, Pensacola, sundries to master ; Sch ,Fair
    peninsula a more profitable cultivation than have'a fair portion of good lands, and we smell 10 sweet, and talk 'so like a waitinggentlewoman.11 American, Cold, Charleston;Bcb JPraoci, '
    the pchest valleys of the Mississippi or Po- have also a liberal 'allotment ofi poor.class. co, Burrows, Havana.. /.Vw* .- The neighborhood of Tampa ,Bay has : The Engine is now in fine order and the CLEARED.' ,, *! ''I'
    This must no doubt seem visionary; to probably no inducement for sugar plantersof .active'of'the active members deserve great Jan ISfjiSeh Lucinda, Wcstervclif ,'
    many, and scarcely credible to any who heavy capitals, who requirelarge bodies credit. Tho J am no fireman Mr. Editor, St. Marksfl B2?>'Paramount, ,BurrI H. '0,. ,;
    have given no attention' to the subject.But .- and acknowledge, with due humility my leansf'eundrieli to .master{; Jan. I3ih=81 .(
    of rich lands. Such be found in other
    may total ignorance!! of scrubbing and greasing, Enterprize, Crtison'Vam'ps Bay eh'Mex. lI
    let it be considered, that it is a profitable portions of the Peninsula, but the region I can full appreciate the merits of those .I least,Whitmore,Mobile;sundries to masts + t I
    culture in Yucatan, and,the principal around the Bay is suite J to men in moderate more enligbte ,ed. I will qualify myself 81 Francisco,Burrowsi SI Fair American,' :

    sod e.of the commerce of.that country. circumstance*-such aa require one, rapidly aa possible, and have no doubt that i Xeroenez; Sch Carolina Brutus.8u Mark. ,' ..
    And : I beable scrub with the best of sundries,A. Patterson. *.. **
    if it can be,made profitable by the three hundred of may yet _
    two, or acres, good tillage
    rude mode of cultivation of that semi-bar : them. A friend at ray elbow is now talking -:
    land, and a surrounding grazing. Coun, of the impropriety of using a saline fluid! TV OTICE.-.I'he firm of CQ* \ i
    ; barous people-without implements.of tillage try. lIerethe orange time, and many other I, with engines,an inveterate practice mod* 1 TRKLL & Co. U dissolved: by,mutual :\1
    -without the aid of machinery-with tropical fruits and plants may be)profitably ; ern days,sod.scys that philosopherthough content, and all pertoos havinr 'any claim_ ,'
    nothing but 'a bard two-edged stick and a cultivated. number of I 'DO!oj.hJg/i/ standing,advocated the contra will plcu present them for, 'orto j
    A grove are ; either of the uiuUnigacd and 'alt' '
    and moreover,that Greek fire was known perpoDl '
    boardto scrape away the cutieJo and pulpy r' already commenced, and some tew 'have .. to; be inextinguishable by salt'water.. J.don' indebted will pl a*.call and settle their'ao-' V
    substance that cover the fibres of the leaf been bearing' several'years. There Is. no' say that this, Too-wrong, or mere counts oo or before,tba first of.February ar ''JI
    will b.
    I they, pat in the bands of '
    what obstacle should-prevent its being immensely difficulty -no obstacle in the, way-nothing mption,' but there is' something! in it. I collection.. ,JOB. COT1'RfLL.aa attorney. \j
    profitable, when American" intelligence to prevent a poor, but industrious many .ih / .f'1'7." ,;." :- PIZARRO. I I P..J.'FONT NE.: :. .f''; .

    and i ingenuity shall.have accelerated, from placing himself in easy independent a public, meet ag of the .citizens of K.y'.WsstJsw,17,1835 |([DI4t".1 ( I
    those operations an hundred fold, :by the circumstances, in a. few 'year*, from this Key West, held on Thursday the 14th inst. L OR SALE...-Tbe subscriber- : ;"en' \
    invention of suitable machinery source alone. The tree will com r for the purpose of considering the propriety A. t,le twotuperioe Bargee, one open and :i
    orange i ,
    That the plant will succeed here, there of instructlng'the representative of Mon; tow other decked tether with fails, r
    mence bearing in about seven years after roe county to procure certain amendmentsto spare tc.. For. ." further r.artieuJar..pptto! r
    be reasonable doubt for it is believed
    can no planting. About 60 trees may occupy an the charter incorporating the city of,Key THOMAS ,EA8T1N. .,. ,
    to be indigenous to the country. A plant acre of landwhich is not required to be of, West, tire: Hon. James Webb was called to, Key WettJao.lTl835.. (o143W1" 1.' If

    aim3Jr in its appearance and character, is very rich soil. In the tenth year each tree the chair,and Stephen R. Mallory appointed v. SNELL !
    found wild along'the shores of Tampa Bay Secretary HI\ML'N ATTORNKr 1
    be about One
    may expected, to produce COUNSELLOR AT LAW '
    On motion of A. Gordon it
    Esq. was
    and is those who have seen tbo
    thought ,by
    Thousand oranges. These are worth at then Resolved that a corporation : sI,
    properly Apolacyi1coZaUorf4a
    Sisalana be the '.
    Agave of Yucatan,to same. the grove from 60 to 75 cents-and sometimes organized, by restraining violence, by 1 ex ,
    The writer 'of this ignorant of its botan one dollar per hundred, which calculated eluding cpntagiops diseases,and by direct 'W!+WILLIAM arowWbrlce tasaoouace csndfd Major ''f

    jcal description cannot therefore vouch at.the lowest price, gives ,three hun ing the common fund to purposes of public, ate Utrtprescat ,the WYATT Territory u of a FloIn /***,
    for its identity. Whether it be or Dot the dred dollars per acre. The labour of two improvement! will be highly,advantageous the S4U Coagress of the UaJt d State
    this ,
    to city. A
    same;\pill probably be shortly .uc rtaiMd persons is required to keep ;in good order aglove A Resolve embodying. saa4ry, amend ..'
    by the introduction of the genuine plant of ten acres, which woul4 thus yield meets was then introduced! bat Ipatby Wg ara aatborfseJ (o aeoousa fpl n'.I
    from its ones I1tiaadldst
    own-country. *= WILLIAM B. ? '
    > ? = CJ TJJJfci' i
    a permanent iocorae of ThreerTboasand Xgte Tbotaeetinj djou. ., "'ro' repr.aegttae e,
    Campeschy.LetlerfromH.p. crtuw. ...-i consul.. .at. j ; i .. ., !" .sW..a., .QII'D. 'Fl rida.e Ui tie to Mila 4jw.r,"Ifeskttd,._
    4 c. :/ dollar : \ ff, R. JfoKerjr, Sec/, ... 4 .0. -eaA T*. .
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    h ., aufJrimd'hai Datur"; in each;of.tho United bare of notice ( the musical department.
    1lr 1111 h.:1\1:\;'" -s!' 4tj -" ... 0 I Cfilt laid some ; and in'other countries sot willcommftntTasbare> of attention.I
    t .OODJOKE... I of his wild and splendid : Tho work is embellished
    A ( E ;VI.Lessons. on, objects that daily sure occasionally with
    i moue ie tliefood: 0/ loeplay 071"t We are now within twenty ; ohildreft in the parlor, nursery, gar- .f engravihffs executed in the best manlier ahd
    t uzJ beautiful in the c/.ez/Tbe/ river is hero very ; I e nkc.Ac ounu of trades ,and employmfvi4 music with accompaniments for the PianoFbrle i
    It was a light night tiistanco ; flute, to The
    t ia- making the 'inuch.lJr I to city sub:
    4 I month of Mayywhen a' mamic young the land Thc-Jih<*\es'i! to. Particular.duties oTitbc jytmng( ; to I scribeVs o e'c10lhtt,and ;fifty cents in ad{.

    dy sat it ,W* thamber'wlndoWtol1nti, g .the pecutitdy'al omi and: ( r nt.,, teachers,'sisters,ftp.II11. ( vance,qftwodollarsattheeodorsixinontlu: ( ,
    likely i the laSt nov Bible lessons" and stories. As our..countrt subscribers ,will be
    star, or more dieting tures *hieh with the,, ex ( : taxed
    ste'had swallowed,wltb ._1 hethi Narratives' such are well authen postage on their papers, wo shall exact but
    gdto IX.: as
    ,ion UJ a,hich! bluff plantat ; "
    f ; 1ho bu one dollar,if al wafs paid in advance
    ; other
    .cf'agrl eighteen, original talcs -
    ; .. they present nearly totl.e wise they Will be charged the
    all the wily aufior dsnal
    i but tend and believe where sobscrin.
    , .do to bawled Ohio. Xi 'Parables, fables;and proverbs, lion. These regulation J Vi11 be
    The watchman just is obvious and excellent. Strictly
    '. morals
    ayt. adhered
    o'clock'andthestillness The loud and Startling ; # tot
    output tWeJve and. non, in the bows of the boat,, XI.: Poetry i adapted to the youthful ca- subscriptions received at a distance
    j of,the night was only interrupted now stagger and tremble.through r. and reehbgs.I (except ''from iag'cntll'bnless) accompanied
    , then b yparkrr the ,footsteps ,or tome'wending is the that is I XII. Intelligence rebbracroff. 'accounts with the payment for one year in
    { i ho ready Primed with' the offerings A .signal of' our and port white .: Juvenile books, societies. andremarka An edition of the paper is published at Fast
    , of lherud4 gOd, e.flbed.doubtrul CU" 8f pile. gray occurrences; 'Bridfrewater, Massj; where all commu .
    f ni. She halved{ near-' I here and there a church steeple : Many or*these, subjects will illustrated tion.,'fct.imist! addressed: to George,11 a,

    .. ly all tlRvelled u rofstericsofthesjbngledheatrens, elevated above,{summit,and iii 1fttofll'and' Brown,' ost paid, of they will Remain dead
    t ti ,.. :in its whole depth,and traced the hanging on the verge. :At the by the best artists,and selected,with in the office.; We are obliged to adopt this

    I, pathways of,coineta,when the soft Bounds bluffs are long straggling : view not only to adorn the work, but to rule,o'ur'postage baibccome: a'heavj tax
    \ buildings, p'rincipall'8Ibres the taste, cultivate'tho 'mind, and upon iti.1VS .
    her : three
    I of a guitar feHttpoti car" or four : .:.. fl' dtionl ,the Thfl best volume ltmern
    tbe bf nf the
    j J..nnh'ftu..ltlrtrdtt': tftii.MJt'Itor'fmm' es-.. while thelevee, .. is.fringed.. Youth to appro- .L
    " ; and steamers,wmieauovo' an, and worthy object;. Wo would will be issued weekly, $4 per allnuitb
    reverie, and fbuAd.cdrfespontiing echoes in them better children,better brothers, size and style of the New Y'orkMirrorand
    tically the masts of.two or
    J her: heart.,, ;She'listened, the sound came sisters, better pupils, better MAO i- those of our subscribe'r* who wish to have
    I. from beneath ;her window, and the easy whole prospect,from .the deck, and, in.the'end, better citizens. the paper, will please notify us before 1110
    OTeludinjjproclaimed a.triuter'band. The scene of commercial life and We beg the friends, of education espe- expiration of the volume A semi-m'S: \

    guitar is a romantic instrument,and with a this'is not Natchez. The : parents and teachers, to view the edition will also continued a.a l1s I lat:

    2': good voice,.better calculated fora serenade built upon the'summit level, in this light. Let children look up- 'I $1bO.
    f, than other She "looked from her whose building) and trees can. the pictures, not as pictures merely 'f Or Our exchange list Las increased
    any the boat than the let them be to study.them.: What such an extent, that arc
    F lattice and in the shadow of'the houte rising higher, taught we obliged to erase
    I the form of'a ascent from,the lower town, or be more rich valuable materials for in many valuable papers 'frdm our list, and
    could faintly distinguish man. i
    lessons than a"good'engraing1 much against our inclination however
    ter designated Under the ; to
    , t Imagination did 'the rest-his raien >wis After this brief explanation of ot rpri ci. those whc). Lave?and still continue to pub.
    excavated road of
    !. noble and his ;:figure commanding; and tolerably C and purposes, we ask the co-operation lisp our prospectus, weahall feel in duty ,
    ''H martia'l'he'wna l >r/wps foreign count; : The 'wh le appearance of the 'all who receive this circular. Will you bound, to 'cxtend'towards them the hand of

    and.loved!, Afterfgracefidlpreluding, he the deck, is highly romantic. UK by 'yonir influence in this great work, fellowship. '

    Iti sung; the.exact purport ''of tho ,words df opposite Natchez,is Vidalia,'in of mind, and character the Nor. tat 1034.In .
    the fa1f"I ladie"could t compre Jend, 'but I II a pleasant village of a few. generation1 Will you assist us all in "

    I. J"f';' t there wai oawtbing'abputlovej.sleep: '; 1 one street parallel''with the power, in bur endeavors to introduce ihe Superior;Court of the Southern Judicial
    B about the town Is'the; American schools, parlors, and firesides,
    ; music; angels and darts.:; Pen cannot describe grove and District of Florida. I
    stories lessons of
    I fair damsel felt 'Honor," where gentlemen from Parley's Magazinel Richard .
    I what the that moment; Every single number of the new volume Roberts, i
    the magic--epell completely woven occasionally exchange leaden! V8'
    ; have a strong covet, \
    paper abundantly
    (I'I itself around bet'that she love .with, the way-of frier,dahip. & to preserve the work in good order B7 Bales of Colon'pick.'' f In Aimiralt;.

    + the noble stranger on account of his ,heavenly '- On our right,,a few hundred binding, and for use in schools. ed :up at sea. j

    4( mUllc.'; 'every ,note bliss upon ,Natchez,crowning a noble ; Tbe yearly subscription being ono dollar ALL persons interested in the above case

    o, her earishe; tcarcely breathed lest she should the ruins of Fort Rosalie, friends will perceive the impracticabil 'the hereby' notified, that all the residueof
    I lose the smallest sound. 'early history of itbb country. of keeping open so many, thousand ac money for'which the above Cotton
    sold Marshal
    was by the of this
    .. It is therefore District
    I"s') The next.night the troubadour repeated early in the last century, were indispensable after the payment Ute salvage and
    I 'should ,
    require in ad- expcn-
    his serenade; and the mmt'the'lmr damsel by the Natc.hcztribe, to a, payment always sea in said tatue,bas ,been paid into the Registry *

    hoard, .him: ,with ,a beating heart and eo escaped '!11eapiog from the Two of the Court, where it will remain
    ,' hi" Here, and rounded this numbers more will close the first for,nine months, unless sooner"claimed]
    l was sue wept up in "rnin- .upon ar'and ly
    t 1 ::1 .: completer at on'the fourth night she removed l laid the very interesting tale, to'conttnue we bow give the notice that all who !the person or persons entitled to the snit,
    Magaaine, signi-
    i her seat to the basement parlour.deter. Andrew Eve"in one of the their intentions by a seasonable may advance or his or their legally authorized agent.A. .

    !; mining to speak to the noble count if any nin. Here also, is the the second J ear H. DAY, (;'lk.

    j, opportunity 'ered. lie came as usual; he of the thrillingly and elegantly. tf any of the subscribers should hot re-' (ollmOm]By II. .K. NEW COMB, D. C

    ; truck hid"light guitar11 and the atmosphere Chateaubriand. The posit ion. all their numbers,they can request ,,
    II c became glad with the melody of his voice. in a military point of view,c : post master to notify us:of-such as are Wm. 11.. Shaw .)-==-
    f t Darkness concealed,Uer.aou the mysterious it does, a great extent of river andthey shall be. sent again free of .,vs* J fn Attachment.
    minstrel too; but she soon betrayed herselfa :wen chosen. Jloyond the .!. John Harris.THE'defendant. ')

    by a truant sigh.,which escaped her lips t rich woods, green ''hIlls, Ten copies free of postage. t and an%interested, will ,

    1 ,..a moment when"silence was eloquent.The ."- country seats, is agreeably r O( &: To accommodate a8sooiationssChools that the above suit has
    minstrel approached the window-she the eye so long accustomed to ,for the distribution,we will been commenced by attachment in the Su-

    had not presence:of mind! perchance not melancholy forests,and dead at any post office in the United perior Court for tbo Southern

    , ,' inclination to close theblind .He took,her with cane brakes. Indeed, ( cgriotiUea'o. free of pontage, ten copies to ono Florida, and they are required to appear

    baidiiid pressed it fervently'hisl 1 i ipshe character of the forests along .. .for. ten dullara remitted to us with- and plead to tbe declaration atthjfncxt
    LILLY, WAIT & CO. term of said court. A.
    did ndt withdraw it and the sippi, calculated to fill the GORDON
    kiss*was Boston, ]t eb. J5. toct. 15.13m. ] .for Flit
    repeated again and again. After a while gloom. !The long black moss _' Atty.

    i it was iho unspoken language of 'lips- at the 'North, --as '.r the PROSPECTUS W. A.Pitcher, i -

    .kissing without'aaksng. hangs in immense fringes from OT rhtAMARANTH: vs. .V to Attachment
    t *,$uch is: the power of musio--the divine' I frequently enveloping the .1 John Harris, j .

    *. goddess-aloneinsputtd them'thoy had.neither sombre garb. Tho forests thus ) ., :: TIIEdetebdaot and all 'col cf'rned. will
    i Been-nor heard each pther utter word. present n fearful and gloomy, ) Semi-monthly Journal of Literature and that the above suit has

    ;'( At length the -stricken damsel..whisperedioflly appearance.As tbe Arts. been commenced by attachment in the Superior -

    . J t, ;;" prithee, !'gentle stranger,
    ! (;'1 'r.< tame through joar'guitar VVe.are4tone imagination partakes of their More than two years have.elapced since and Florida, and they are required 'tofSppear

    ,j t :-Gther and mother are-wrapt in the acter, and ,the,mind Is ready commencement of the Amaranth, and term plead of said to court.the declaration at the next

    arms*Jf Bkeftnd you can sing, no. into the strong and highly>etical that period it has received steady [tret. 15 13m] GORDON for,Pltf.
    of patronage. To be Atty.
    ''II'" erysium.At. gentleman board, who _nmmnn_ ___;.".....,., ........_...ft_,,:._ __->> __lattlt' .is.
    ' I U' y. .
    would ilUU we
    ; this mordent: .torrent of--water camo seem that Deity bras retenceofan -.1 maKe ,Oliver O'Hara, .
    exemptioaft'om the
    ithV tine had clothed charge;
    t i devoted garret window Bpon the herself ever,our intentions are to have as few vs. I In Attachment.
    r ,"' of the gentle. troubadour,and .tL. as possible,while we-endeavor that John Harris. > '
    et'shrill Voice it the same time exclaimed PARLEY'S productions shall be acceptable to our THE defendant, and all interesied, will

    =j ? ** Ben, you brack ,varmantf-If'you come Circular to Parents,Teachers, ,.and approved by the community in notice, that the above suit has

    ," ;here, again ,widi,jopr banjo -'8tur in. de mittees, and air who feel an The Amaranth takes no part in been commenced by attachment the Superior -
    ,neighbors,. Ply hare something:'bout-hour' improvementbf! youth. discussien of religion or politics Court for the t Southern District of

    ..ttdri dat you VvptftlikisoweU.Ttclljou.1ritla .'IT,,is DOt. uhe m.ycaf sine* to this rulewe hare excluded ma- FfernJ, and.they are required to a
    articles omits columns and plead to the declaration at the next
    c mme.6ced
    .id that the romantic "u.c reg
    lady :made term
    I 1 a tbe will be continued, of said court. A. GORDON
    period number although elegance ,
    ; 'sudden tr& l! '
    ,. not
    chagrined at creased to 80,000. and poignancy may sometimes [oct. 15, J3nVJ Atty.for Pl' :
    the work re-
    ,; finding' b'efQU'th4; rjf al of her; ,house maid. : 'ed, every where, the most .. a_ denial. Tbe work is BOW emi j

    I -sw probation. It has found its I established, ,although ,at its com- James Wheeler, > .
    I If
    : : 'rotqp' eWY: Pepsi,. ands bf families, and while it there were probably those who vs. ,> In Attachment.
    I .
    ' :the social duration to be bo'like John Harris. )
    THE circle, its Jonah's f
    ;i I'! BANKS 0 F." ,THE MISSISSIPPI. :have,'we trust,often bad a : It has been patronised by those THE defendant,and all interested( >ilI!l

    :A espondeluor the Natche Courier > once on the juv nil mmd and we should feel proud to name were been notice, that the above suit has
    baa also permitted,and of whOaecoDtiouedkiadA commenced by attachment in tbe Superior
    ; fqund its
    a,'tn:Interesting1! way to the
    description' of :
    1 ; a .and many.classes of have and attention we have assurance. Court for the Southern District of
    'fF tbe
    up Mississippi in steam boat pupils The Florida and
    m columns ,
    :i. a I : ed twice, month b* the .. of the Amaranth embrace they are required to appear
    't .. whlcbrdbiakoheefollowlegeWact.. the teacher,bidding them to lay tales, essays, ttc. from the pea DC' aDd"ptead to tie declaration at the next
    gym'. known term of said
    . ..:.:..)," !.Jr prtit Ehe iirildest 'few days; the claw book and distinguished writers, and court A. GOf DON,
    1, 4 pQoot91nai1t0,titteitstpseon lbs ,Mistftajr read or r and orer, 'perhaps intend hereafter, to pay for such articles [oct.1513m] Atty. for PI'f
    j i\\ ,dsafppi Jrebvr -ua'w.jn..ight.' read read the pages+ of.Farley'* shall be acceptable, from those whose, -. -j-nA_ i

    t pnxidiy( 'frcWibTciw.aad,eom- Theidemand(, to will, add interest Io any NOTICE: is hereby given that in six
    I pared with the tame features of the coun schools,is rapidly increasing. much Weareawaregtwill put us from the date hereof, I shall
    :, r try if re lntested'withthe dignity Encouraged by expense but we are resolved to do make application to lbs Honorable Wm. R.
    moun.tains. suchreaaoolved thing in
    '. They exhibited' a whiteperpendicittlv the publishers t a liberal our power to render the work Hackley, Judge of the court for.the county
    : still'more worthy of so liberal support, and the only of Monroe, and
    ,i eco ,to the riveri andareabout'oulrJnmdred ; receive the way letters Territory of Florida, for
    sadastitevetnittheir encouragement of the of administration
    the of
    and fifty feet in height. Gold introdoccd into Amities to pay for well written articles; We make Alexander Hamilton Dartate.otKey on estate West

    sad silver ore :have been lately found. i ia throughout the w.bole; length and : pretensions to a superiority over other 10 the county and Territory aforesaid-
    'rinieltgttaltdieeiotb4etnitrof: the the United States works; we have no hired
    but difra i .._... ....&.,. _:_'_.At. *_ U1I'.us intD ftnt >t. ........... .1__.._, ___ .editors_ _. HENRY K. NEWCOMP.
    not (sufScieuf putUy.and Quantity,to .a na.* %"w! UK vw Gur --- --* uu. IOrtI. tt Key \Vest.. Mow o\. .. t. **_ rVO_ 1
    - --
    t induct the pTpprietors'U work Ineoi. Here us the editorial department; prospectus, to trumpet our own .L..J
    tor of the uyeoU.1babJer consequence, and WE, are authorized to Colonel
    Sara discAvered.the, st.stones, ,which are Uothers. proOllS1DC to out- announce
    to his
    , I ,junaty pebbles of anaU8 atioos as a Nooarjournalcanipeaktor GADSDEN as 'a candidate
    re jht/ormatioo,that are has ,and we wish for to
    : ,aeeA ; young the advantage oIlD&II DO one to subicrihe represent the Territory of Fl fidain
    4_ oa ucendlQg tb 'riwer. Thesnrroon- he thinks .
    ; it the
    , penance M teacher, .U1 descrying of Patronage. 24th Congress of tbe-United BUTes.WE .
    ". epummit which la nearly on a level with\ gist in conducting it.NatonlKivtorf. Nothing fa admitted into the which
    .tJi of i We not possess are authorized to announce Colonel
    \ thejdi&arecedes deasantly; propose to present jQ the merit ; album
    ,'.)! uia' ..Gtb volume communication 'P bacie ) 1\1..WDITEua candidate
    ;, M ftlsfefe1 ri i'h W &hIi; .a pat urf.ty of upon dry and d
    unless represent
    'hnportaDt topics of the Territory of Florida,
    Su1lMhip44aad ,
    naong which very tint
    ,, on order
    L lq trotdert >Oatg?t.P-d 1Ir} JoWi rt ly.xduded. The are ia et4th Congress of the United: States.
    lfJI"'J 'electionsar4mado-
    i4ntewl. jR; ... Da the bat
    r is said that few countnes in ,of beasts, very Foreign and American :
    ' tho 1I\ es, reptiles, insects, dod|C ,.ivitb which tho tit are autborizeo to announce Major
    : plants Editors
    lucre, plpasitatl(If': distributed' ,iot9,hiljband: u. -S1/' .,eca. importance WlU every haTe a tbinof place in interest. I I ate te represent the Territory of Florida,
    its eel3 Lathe 24th
    : .. Congress of
    'Uer rs the the
    UhittfT, IILOeefrapbys. ttccounla oCpl noticing new pubJic..Uou. we J. States.
    !jrmten ty C.fJ9nl11'- /*,k<)wn'fl Leap" nets customs&o. and IballCODtiDue lo take anindepto .
    which appeared in one'of the annual ,-. 1'V ''rbell '04 VOlqe1. : course; ,we shall not be fwereeTbr WE] are authorized to announce Colonel
    Jn the. alto.of'thia romantic arts of tbe world. but make our remarks devoid WI144AU A.-]UTTAL u- a
    vicinity spot, Vr.Lively dwcriftioM pf. the ,or the hope ot taror. The drama aball of candidate to represent'the, Territory of
    be Florida in tbe
    altogether neglected, but receireirs eutes. Congress 6t the Uoitf!

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