Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00016

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1 : : general information to Ill'clasiEs. QC the
Published ic'r1.Saturday, at FIVE. DOL.LARSpctangUm. '" 1. ;ce ,tte shall at alt time* endeavo#'
: -; ? present to patrons, rcgardlew of It.
AnvrmisEMtJtTs* inserted at the rate of ;tb0rotexpense t the latest Commercial'
One Dollar Fifty Cents'per.sqvtarc, for .. ... :Politicau! Iotelhgeo. both,, Foreign an
the first.insertion,and. .8e vent v-Fjv.e Cents ID2m10 1 I with as, great a variety of'Lit.,s ,
fof each subsequent continuance. All Ad. :etary. olid'Misceliadeoua, \ Her,a our Hm'* t '
'will be until its.;"m Our''columns
'fcrtbemCDU continued ;Bother- P.ti't will
who ordered. *None. wlll bo'considcredless ,J .-....,. J 'opert tothb'< ,4einpcrat6! discussion remain'of'an>, I

than asqAjarb.; ; J. ATKINSON, EDITOR. A: PUBLISHER.. subject connected with the public good ex
-Noh'lubscripti.onyilfb discontinued-*' I I II ,ctudingall scurriJlitr and personal spleen:
unless at the option'ot.tbo Editor,. until all I ,In Gne whateverwl1 i be productive ofspee*. ,
y i. KEY SATlinpAY JtNU .
arrears arc paid. .** WEST, Al1Y''Jd,1833.. NO. -15. dly rendering behcficiatthe varied natural ;
,All letters.Jo tho Editor ,on!business, T U >,advantage our State.i ele veins' the com.mercial -
i bo l'oslL'nU. J .. ,* and conducting 'a ship or vessel in or, out* casting-type..by; hand longti desideratum, character of our7dtybr mellow-'
:r,; ovoany: part of tho,Florid a Reef. Bec nd.. the European American, Founders;was, ting the moral, social and political'xondK 1,
For theinformatioa of'Mariners' generally, ly,from any part of the said Reef the port by AinerJcanlngenoity, add a heavy exjien: tion of our people,will meet with'ttirardtrit. :
jve have procured from.the'Collector tic of Key 'West,b| to Indian Key, or, thirdly, ditureof time and money on the part of our and humble support. ;/, :L{ l
following; schedule of, tbo situation( tl) c through either'of tbe channels leading into senior partner,first successfully accomplish- (t CONDITIONS. '" *tT1ie'Savknhah 'JI i
pLigbL Houses along the; .Florida' shore, the port or .harbor. of Key: West,aforesaid, ed.. Extensive usb of this machine cast.let :
,under his superihtenco to,,vt. for. every,foot of water which) such, ter, has fully tested and established ;its su* ( ? Mercury will be published
CAPE:;1 FLORID'':>A-LtG!lr.-Statlonary" ship or vessel may draw the sum of two dollars pcriority in,every particular over+ that'Casfby sheet daily Chi tbroughoul fear,on a "pit royatf "
Situated on the South side. of Key Biscayne and: for every day for which such.pilot the old process. Seven Dollars per annum; payable.*
about dot yards from the beach.- may. bo detained or employed onboard Inch The'Letter Foundry business will hereafter .semi-annually.inadbance.l "

The Light may beconsidered 70 feet above ship or vessel, the further,sum' ,of ,two dellars. -, bo, curried on by the pai: tics1 before The, Mercury for tbe coJntry will be pub..
the levcl of'the sea, distant from .the gulf named\lnder,tho firm of White',Hagar&co.. hirtied to nest the arrangement of the mails,) :
streCn about 1 miles.. Vessels drawing;10 'Sec.17. Their specimen exhibits a complete series threo times,a week at (the.'oQlce\ of the. Ba "
feet may japproach'within tf 1-2 miles of (bo fleit'tirthctdnactedThatevery; from Diamond. to 14,lines\Pica. :Tho Book, 'Vannah Mercury p44 will bo sent to all I Irtsof
lights Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. veescLbonnd cither,IndIan Key.or to Key and ,News typo being'in'the most, ,modern the UMpo,or delivered'In the City, j
West licensed
LIGHTSHIP FJ"ORID.\-b'sitllatcd' 4'reckuig''nsse,' light"and,style. at Four Dollars per anniim, payable in ad. .-
near the site. of tho and, refuMDff to receive' a pilot on board, vah'co 6r Fivd the*
nn C r1stord'a'Reef. White, Hagar Co. arc meats for th'olaIe at fexplratlon of-six "
old one,in Lat'!ST 08, N+':=: Long.;80' 27.W; .shall spoken from by"s Indian id pilot six: .miles repcctively -. of tbo Smith and Rust Printing Frcfscs moothsr It.will'contain,all bernt 1JfgeDce. '

'it\ is easily distinguished two distinct from the said House Key ,aforesaid or; ', which'they can furnish to their 'custom Commercial Political, Literary and Mis I I
Light the Island of
lights are shown which can generally West be neverthelcssVnd on" it ers at the manufacturer's prices, ..Chases,'. cellaoeoui, Including advertisetncatstpub., ; ', .
seen 'at the distance of 12,miles Its object Key islfcrwbymado Cases, Composition Sticks,' Ink and every fished in the daliy Paper, )'.,, Ii':
to full
subject ,as"
is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks pay had rates taken pilotage article: used in tho Printing Business, kept Advertiscm.ent wild be conspicuously inji, ;.1'
and shoals near which it is placed. though pilot been on' board, I for sale,and furnished on the shortest no I crted in both papers'"at75;pentper square ;,
KEY ,WEST .LIGHT-Stands oft the 'but lrn.ot spoken more than threo mael re-, !. tice. Old type taken in exchange'for new' of fourteen lines, for the'ftnt'itler'tlo'b.and :l
8. WcstPoint: of the Island. of Key West,: spcctivclv from' the.abovementioned places, at 9 cents, per pound. tblrty-Bcven and a'half''e nU;(or etth'lub-
2433 N.... & then and in case"of such refusal as aforesaid I
is in Lat, 1-2 Long.01 2 1-2 N. D..New.papetPropnetol'l.wbo.glye cccdingpublication. < ,
I \V. ; erected for tho purpose of. guiding'vessels ;sho shall.,be liable" to' 'pay>half pilotagcfandno the above three insertions, will be entitled All communications by mail must bet

when entering tho harbor ; thor directions more. 'y to Five Dollars in such articles, as they may ,post paid.CHEAP ," ,
fur which 'arc'as follows t firing the fees, Sec.shall 8.be Be demandable enacted for That?and no' elect from our'specimen.; .-, ..,' ... i.j.
light to bear N. N.:W. nndtho Sand Key: : piloting New .l'orkf.1833: W
the .
vcsscl.if bespoken .
to' S.tuad cross, t' "
Light .bcal"'Vt you tho.,,
; kt less distance than three miles from*tho I The Family Phytidan and Gazette of//.
Reef in about 5 fathoms water,f run"for''Key; PROPOSALS "
West Light until within_ h'p'ml\cs.\ then I [light,'
steer N. W.: until you open Fleeming' Key .,providedthattbissecticnshallnot: : ,' bohejkl 'F :PUBLISHINGJN KEY WEST, Being 'a'Library of Health' label ttygefaieVand
which is a Mangrove Island in the.northern to extend to any 'vessel going oncoming" of Popular'aDd General Medical
the northwest tho baribor
part of the harbor.and then run for' it. through passage Knowledge', rendered familiar to every
The best anchorage is in tao upper part of, : of Key ,Wct. ,when spoken at the distance "1 'To BE EwtlTttD hint; individual: embracing every subject con. r .
of two miles and half from said
a light
the harbor Height of the ,Light house I WCS': BNQVIR'EiR. vested with,the'prevention, treatment ,
From the level of the sea, 83 (cot G inches. house. I KEY and Diseases '
tight Stationary. : Sec 9Bo further enacted j That in. .......... "re.ot -the oualitiel .of smedtclaestt :.
; eir jtood and ill etfbcta|
SAND; KEY: Lt ) -Revolving once ,the eentofan: master his services or.a' vessel. refusing THE .UNDERSIGNED.begs leave re- health- the ingredients of secretor pat one.!,, j\i
in! 64 seconds. It 'lie the best light on the to pay any pilot for the amount to.oflei prepositions to thisenlightencd'public eat ediefne.'tL; trueprjlnciiples of eating .. "'1

coast > S.V.. by S. (rom.Key West Light. ,offccs, at herein his discretion before provided out ,from iMich tho pilot of l to .publish, .a.weekly and dt t:, 1 I j jto
: sue
may caiietjo''coobetybtimistry
81 67 W. situated ,
1..t..2426NLoag hcwspaper.under the above title. It shall live i -*- '
fico of the clerk l of said attachment
due&lly..on.tho: Reef. The Light,.70 feet ,[ Tctumable'immediatety'totlIc court! an; said be, principally devoted to ,Commercial n'teUa3cncopart1contrqver and a great Variety bf:'eurlou.;''Valuable i| .

ijbovo tho sea.TQRTUGAS. :court or to tile Jadge to"Chambers, 1 shall. be 01;. and interesting ltaowl"de.blthabitheUi it \
LIgrj'T.-Slatioi .r7-on the vessel piloted or spoken,'which ;treys excluded. .iU1porian ttt'j: -.11., and ibltherto id411t; ; '
nDC"of thd Dry Tortiigas'.IslaDdi, ,peartho apa-nst from the of .
westerdQatfemity, : of: this Reef in'Lat. ,24 Court or the.laid Judge in Chambers shall 5 ,\The Undersigned ,is fully, aware of the mass, mankind { x." oJ 11'I
't Coafributei
31 N...Ldng, 83 id...WAfi summarily and without jury proceed to examine difficulty of'tho task ho'is about to undertake : toy by F number ,of; praotillrct
into the facts and law of the case and in'consideration! of lib want ofyexperience /"' :pbysiciaue! i r .. ,
"ACT to, providd wr' tho appointment and decide accordingly to its merits i but if bOIl ; The object of,Ibis work'. to presept evgr, t
obtalned-th'v offer ofpssistahco I
of Pilots,'and to regitlato tho rules of '
the said vessel sb:assistedlorspoltfcnshallnot rjr subject connected with diseases and ,I ,
tPftotago-at the port of Key.West. ;and for' be within tho 'jurisdiction tbo court, from friends' whoso ,\ago and" trektment.'whlch, by Its simplicity and pep I ,
the said'court' or Judge'/ in Chambers Ib&ll :: qualifications render' then .tomixiteni to4lT' [lsj eutfbl; Its details,:shall abl.L'II.h<$: a:1:,
purposes enacted, tho.Governor and matron!the' :.return' of the attach i ntT S(: ,Fdr Ins dW,part, .hople: ;ee'. wiahv Co be U re. |1ID t4 : It
......*T..*%:. t Cftinfettof the Territory of .r DJ'OC"'t ; ,: ....-..-----Utl'aA1wt ilf., ..... Linise1rthat i 's" "r.t: '.t,,,,Jls 1iiattb"fitid"' intorestiag; ImportantotciimCelt; : ::"f&anTwkVoTtocr :
from anu mcrnHrjuwftcb ,a ..
FloridaThat otr : CIao accordinsly.; : ,8t1 :tiM jniiuu-u.v' r. a j
this act;the Governor' of the said Territory Passed Fcb.15,1634.JOlIN. ". ,I ion the tmoatr"gularllY in the 'ubhca ] ,ty,necd not eon 1 rte f! 4x.2 I i 1'i+
hereb nthorised. by and with {WARREN since"they roust Uiemselv'es'
bo and he is, jtionofthep.'pcr. ; suggett toT II r
the advice and content of said Council, dire Prcfl. Legislative'Couqcil, Great the every' reflecting: mindi Under.the" J dui j +
will bo
ing its annual sessions,to appoint such nuin-, Approved Feb. 15,:1834: : pains taken to obtain : ease of the difiusiOn otlbbgd'tiU&al: knoW':! \ 'j
her of Pilots for the port and harbor of,Icy .. ? ',i earliest and most correct intelligence of ledge ath'ong.all'claBsek,empiribllni bust ba; i' ,
West, and the adjacent coast lea northeast- H TYPE FOUNDRY. oi: ''Wrecks" and \Yre .k a. rope y hand also disarmed .of the1' dangerous "iip DIW'tb' '
flrt irQcUon from did city, and the extreme I AVING Purchased Mr.RiCIIAItD' ;, ;reports of vessels rassing'neaf' the,Florida which it wars so successively agiiiwttbe life
northern limits,of the County of Monroe RONALDSON his long esUbluled and : (Reef. of man.the abusive'14mploJmellt .med!..? 't

,as he may'deoin necessary expedient; I very extensive'pe Foundry, thosubscri.beta -. O: p GENTLEMEN friendly to tho'Undertaking J cines sic baneful to 1wtb.iU gjre pIle,tai I
and advisable provided.,the number so ap' I have.formed a co-partnership for thepurpose ; wilt please receive lubscript'o and the ration si l pdmluist; atioa.,.of rcn ecH 4, d I,I
pointed in any one year shall not exceed of continuing said business, and for agents. and ill. ,crentlfio na.ppenellC4.
twelve. *' #! the convenience of their friends' and patrons .forward, the.names to the Editotas'toun, as'tpossiblo ,1 pbyslcl tiiJ'a did! i1i hid"bfo't1 tea!.:' '
Sec.2. Be<< it furtbeh That such ,bare removed their establishment to amore [ : deviate the iuffertogs bf boma'nity: : iVbth-' i It!
pilotsso appointed, before entering on the central part of the city As it is,thciri \ J < J. ATKINSON. ; : iog that tn add to the Utility.'of ii* work !; I
discharge of their duties:'as such shall each intention}keep on hand a good assortment,: October V..j '1BS.:. ,.' ;'r' t shall be neglected. 'The'nrfnci tf'if ,if delr :
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become bound in an obligation with one or; Ji of the best type and.to make such additions', and regimen; shall;be> 0xplainedf.:amt tthirj :j

more good and sufficient securities, to bo and improvements as the taste,of the trade: ::Li it. I J: #PRb5P1':tf1 .. application enforced.(., c iTbe Jbgredie&tsipfsecre :
approved of by*the board i of wardens, or atfjpjority I and the wants of the country.require they, I ., .' ', :. \remedies.hal|be given and tbe wbple. .;
of them,for.thy port andharbor. a.foresaid .-; flatter themselves that 'this "establishment; iti ; <. OP TIlZ:,, ,, ...blectormbna mid caJhaJi ok discussed 1.'
in.-the'sum of ope thousand dollars.fynditioned will merit a large share'of patronage'.. They : :t AVtlrVNAJI ,rERCURYt and, explained in a" lucid andslinple; ift.I,.- :; t'

for |.fjo 'faithful;diligent,, anJable r have now several fonts'on hand,which nf f -,,,yepttiirsr4atrrl QUA pri'nilwHjo"'IOO4tUJ' be ,.awirdeto .; I,
performance of their duties.which bond- t; be furnished at a few hour notice,and:are* t ; rarest: the writer of thebeste '(a' t'ei when executedLshall immediately be placedon 'prepared to, make 'fonts ottall weights ands jDevoted to Commere&mAgriculture-wPol'' 20 pages octavo) oil the tdvant frs- tithe t

file in the office of tho Clerk ot the Snpe slzes)from Pearl to 52 line,Pjcav including: J e'.itjc.Utgrature-endGeaerah; ,. ,community ihe'treneral.duTujiqo.cf I
ripr Court of said_' ouDt1.Tit the proper cost a greatsvariety of Ornamental: .Letter.-;; t edUcd[ IntelUgence, < .. medical knowledge' ; :Theeways to..tatt' I
oCVcicti: pilot. ; Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes/Brass: I To:be ;. and: published! { tlieetty. of Juncto4iirt'paidt.to\theedltor, .a.acots tj
further enacted That in \ Rule and'other ornaments i1Ilie'folioo to 11UlIllU" G ,
/'Scc.S. De It .1. ,... 1', .. \
s nyeventoftho unfaithfidnesg'insobriet'or 1 i be very: extensive, ofWhich: specimens. will i fly; >V3LiJ.AtDWIN i I AHRiso r. J The awardsf, :premium'wIJl-dtpeaj/
criminal neglicence'of any pilot lie shal| be forwarded to Printers as soon 'as theycan iIN: ,presenting to:theVpubliq the 'prospec- h '
", upon..the. decisiogct tereal, .f roinenfJ f) ..
upon tho'petition of any respectable bo prepared., *g j. of the Savandab'MerCu'rJvaJ J >st'te-" l ;
citizens of said city pr of a majority:of the Printing ,Pressed pr 'efprf ,description,: i Bard for the TeeUngV of-those 1-we expect tot 1 I If i, 4 fJVe# *,. / t- it *9 *rf ***!"*iI nf wnm: L ryaW: t ti .
said; board of wardens so appointed;tbd Printing.Ink of the most approved qualities,,; i serve,*a*well'aa a compliance 'whicfo time: H 6:: rr F.dUof.l.t postmtitera wilattietr, iiM'rnpactfWjilgl4et1.tR \' ,
Governor to that eflecth removed from of- Composing,Sticks Brass Gallesrfmposiogt j I basr' can :;Upned;renders itacc sar7 ta eLf I ;. .. ... fJ'.1/ '
fice.andmay besides bo proceeded againstby Stones, Cases, Paper'and; 'Press Boards/ ,i I'a brief>> synopsis pf Le prig fJpJ" wpich. person' 'who.,rcrnUs. ndAlUrs ill liive'tec., 111I I y,!
indictment, as i in ordinary cases; pf tnisde., Standing Pressed, Furniture, togetfter wltb' I covefn iw la our'ed belies ..cfutietWaro. -.- ; copiese < tirde >i j ,.-rerioIi; femUtl pAn
meaner and'oh'conviction, fined Ini',sun complete assortment of all 'artfcler'userf .Tm pressed with'the th'alln a g ere. I one doing UI"a' t ntinners ..: .- '
notexceediog: one tbotisand'dollars; to'be in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon 1 I meat like oursthe preservation of tHe-Llb- diitani tto'mmUuicatioD w be1 atidressid1I ;
attested by ajurr. rind shall moreover,be band. : .* f erties of the People mainly depends on their I l' to tb. editotlitrCcbtIitiudtitrbet, ,, New-! i
liable to a suit 9n-b, alf of any party aggrieved *Small lontswnttable for:Book-binders i1 virtue;' j intelligence: patriotism,and.the i 1 York;(and npafebb p tt'paid.) Yearly tub; ", ; !

on the bond sq as hereinbefore provided., in ,great, .variety,may be; Lad when .called ;dissemination, of sound political knowledge, ices ers.totoo .tIceWl1blt: .J. : .
to"be executed by him'; ASec. '. CO anionz desire ,and being actuated J>y a sin* ee!','. Q J f9rAta!BrpatPlpzyaurelcbeiala .
...- UeIUirtberenactedTbitifanyperson Orders from all parts of;the Union will( be sere" to'advance.the curse f SUteRjhU 1 abe to ainwn o. 'tbe ..pprob>4tloa of many .,
except such ds tniy'have been appointed promptly .and*most carefully attended ,to": tia'%ConstftlitLm t tiberty<< Ve ibitl miDeiit.1( is.1 ..Qeptleriieo'to; .:the plan ,ot I :i

as aforesaid and have complied with and: particularly' tar *tfppIylngsoRTt foir all support the doctrines"or the State Rigbti th.,la'tnibUcatlok. ..... ., _',.'.-,,.... \ !
eliu ,conditions ilpeciGe 10 the.:second aeotion font furnished lf their predecessors,'Din: party of Georgia, .b set toitfi ID tbeVhgta4 ; 'T' v. n C 't ,

of this act,shall charge any compeD a- IIy.t lttinaldson, and Richard Ronaldson.: band KeDt ,. JtcsoIDtJou or 17g.4.ian&whicb tv.UE Sufiscrib'er, wdulJ l orctitift .J".j.j
tion for services e'mal't'ero as piloCbe i v Stereotyping jn-a1Utt brand**;executed were so.ttwmphantly4 maiataipedby I and the'publi
shall! doomed guilty of high misdemeanor by 'L,J,ohDlS:r;.;n j as heretofore. heSpte, oC qeo.m..iQJe ..a.o&l'7.a atUnd td set tuiloeu l tb*t .111)0 enlrdsti ,. t
%i,jd conviction thereof,shall be>> fined: f n &..SMITH.-' ; ; iud tbareb i'iuiytbfa" -rn.et'1SUft.: .. ,bA,taeM. DUo lib car lathe -,-:** (\ :',
':(sum'not exceeding treble the'amount. of 'No.,6.George St. Philadelphia je33.5jJ tfma6leJit I'.mugs. XgcnJo i ngdeJp1.: i'.e AUCTION :ANDCOMMiaSIONUNB. ,.
compensation received by Lira to be asiesed PubHshers of Newspaper who Inser; edrfurm ;Cgoverntdeut 1 rh7cb "t eguartj"e i1ieQdiccp'potunin J.Jr dLDtowpt'a ;
% by a jury ;' provided that this act shall this adrertUemeot, itvl forward a paper untdtw,4o'fo 3'ettCb'deea VarpltaP: .bepaf at all times be '1
olbe held to exUod the master or mar- contalcloff it to J, & 8. will be entitled to tdeiit 1if'hEr IS kZpt'kith its IejltiitttepheIre3bf .lOUDer. ; ,
vessel, ia settlement of their accounts stetson. We '''' W lr014td1rcpoautrnction ; o J 'oL"
lo'er 01 any licensed wrecking! on 53.payable Jim fakisi ,bts poi lp J:.jtnderfnj f
:Florida Rcef.oa board of any such wreck.ing : Ithen their bills amount to not less than 1 10. # atths Ceardtation-oend thwkt for put favof.,'! hopes, by 'unre!
'vessel,'or on board of ,any vessel which : x ****< p tt all eyaeteawblrb 1ve tor' tbetra sensing itUatiooTtb! "b bdilde./ to merit a yfppi.L t
Las been cast ,away, sifted aach"essel' bj.c! etisintof4 9 IM9t$ r."" "..OJ&l p i Gtt Ue. i. 1.
*9 castaway tceajpoken by a regularpEJt. : :0' ';' MtilTB &,'WILL!AlSESPECTFULty liA(( n, ell/sir: ar 9 *'' :. \ i ;!lTUOpBO t ,
atleast six miles trop' the light house 11 I ;... -Inform CherPriotersof of "} Q'e.4' ..ifI' ( 4 %O ,,; .

on the Wind or Ke/W tji V *_ -th > UoiteiBtates, to wboeither lave 'iU edct'oFc .-O ,,JO\;\. ',, ..4'i.rJ4 JI.J r.. 1,1 .....
Sec. 5. Tfe ft furtheicn&cted.; That all : long been iadivtdaaUy known as+establiaWd 18cw. nit thbpf tout States and "
feuitiand prosecute j>rpiidr'fer3 w'tWs'I Letter Fens that they haM now fond> 1b4 ....HJ.: ettbe'Peopee 3etwbiteitstb [T'II'' flB CBlJlBR W-' i
&Ct.ahaI1 be Lad JA thus 8 idpet' t.Court"bf :ed, *.the County&for s.ld oe JbeforfctbereoPIn .tQeJitdgo I hope from their united skfl u4OttperiiA e. .c ...,, = fJII....... ...Y44altbonds off. : .
: CbablLe to be able to give full satisfaction to all who r$ 40. ip4aQt M TJl' ;_- =. t.... artt. ......",

t2c.6Be it furUMJr.eaacied-' tbofulloyiag ; may "Yoflae t wjtl orders "r:=...to .J..cMIf :::eI ... M r 1} fi
fee and rate*pilotage bo.ailowt I The introduction of machinery- puce eja p..j otr.VMIIp' \
eta each and*every pilot,first(?t piloting of the tedious .",,4 unbealthj practice cf IJ I and! otf oisjfo do J> l f\1I\aIa 'Ket W. 1iroV. ,1. .

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..,......... ....r I ': r-" '-r "" < ..::.: :polartba! srtnre a; ai: g en t4"n ;En'gland are -, desirous emigrating tolltrirrtao w\\'atchma cry,!E ''half 1.138t rive QtdCt
j of war, vessels navfgating'tbegulf: ,ma1i'ffd> : avail andall'atvcJl'S! S ;
tpmOownKrfEvaoaft Message, ) they will be likely to thenselves > ,
Extract?.(( safety under its guns, against any II t'his"urso. ".That will do "
of rather than the ? never he, Ie '
larfoary J835. foil Iu
ncilt" ,
togtheiiisathiCo.! force, Jut on the land side, reliance the Cape of Good" HOUP.. h ave rny wife know I cocfte lioifoe '
cuitouaonoby ? at
., to bad ODJho ., lhilato'flOur. ,
; (4 defence sail'pratcctinri must ,. .N. Yi.Amtnrcn. I must make the '\vvatchman
"Ab accurate.survey of the coast of Florida Militia. The'8CttJemen" for any' such -cHO-fcw i ,, a difttrent tell

a a is of interest, not merely to the people purpose, and for furnishing necessary supplies S' JIl e:' The annexed. :; urwtis"1ncident .VVilH'that, 'ho seized him: ,' by the
whole' ua, of Pensa-' collar
or1his Tettit r1.'but to are toe'Eparoin-tbo yicinHy'
which} tear! arc assured taro and dragging; 'In'fji tip to the door,, told
Will him
interior .
Atitatiaticali'errof'i' of tho .
,, and in'
Ion, cola, hence csso war;
totaled 4 to "atC't)1st eleven .As
third f
and nearly substantially correct, aro tn one, cry' the honest
To make this tee :
than ,
sloth thai, more a must be resorted to.
., trade of the. the late London newspaersrhanded us bycaptain watchman demurred to this, thc.husband
half of ,the whole export eflcctual road calculated to 'ensure
sort ,
one through theGufofMexico expedition needful arid'aecessaryto be West ;Not long ,since a marriage being ptcnw Batchi, or pretty. tolerably l
United passes are in ,house In'on9 of tho well corned, fist and knocked him
a up
stream which party assembled down,
and the.tributary undertaken either by the ,public, or by a
I Inlenor towns:>of England.. All the persons ., Then presently pjckingjum up :
it. Interest being the, mOuencingconsideration of such advantageous charters as again list
belong grant
invited had come forward at the hourappointed bade him cry:'as ho told him! otherwise
by.w mankind. ,, Are, gov indgceenterp.rlg capitalists ,to embark h!
bo may except one, whose was would knock. :.hira, ;dojvn again.
erned, it cannot presumed! that those in their con9t coo presence ;p who are authorised dispense favors, i iI if 0 a a ,necessary to' the business 'of the \\'. ,would fain have called for help-; bu,

I farors they are called, can hesitate\ to foster > '"Your criminal code appearsto me to evening,tiz:',the bridegroom., TJ : gucsts as the spirited husband- his fist ready

this most important commercial channel.- need revision and correction. Desirable, chiefly natives of the "Green We, wailed poised to let drive Again he, cohcluded to

Notwithstanding the many facilities and .it may be restrain the vicious propensities :i long and anxiously, for hIS coming ; hisbrother '.do as lie was'' bid;:\vfrcrcforo! openin'f his;

r advantages it. .affords. WiI Jet without .that of mankiad'expettencs shows; lLt it in particular, was much irritated, month, :ho stammcrctl 1 ut--:",,"H.h-h:1! H
proteincare from the government,which cannot be effectually done., Occasi6naUykpassion and. seeing iho desolate:;bride with tho tear, p-a- -f c-l hc-"Y e-n; t>'<>J o-c-k,-typartlc ty

its importance demand. I :'loundl Bl will: l outstrip the judgment,and'leadpersons in her eye;'he kifully attempted to sooth her rcgrartsad all's wellConstellation! *

arc the principal criteria by which, aaviga.to : to. commission of act,.which' diStresS. ,It was soon apparettt.that ,ho ......oies.. '

are enabled to determine their true po- even by the offending party is often reproved had a winning tongue,.foul ic.brrdelenfc \ a,. > Thelaatof;,tficSarphl. <*'fheacr tt
I anon;oil the land; and these,are''insecure and repented; when brought back to willing car;,and;after Q..short time,'it ,suss'b it?", said'Picket: in reply.! Sure" cibry

ly "to' be relied oni The employed charts cooler moments, and to a souna'reflection.Uut announced to the astonishment ot'a1 lIDS heard tell:'of die blessed Si.-Pai

are:'compilations from:French and.Bri/ish/ where the law imposes penalties ills sent, that she had accepted the Llotbcit nd ride, and 'row \\\cdruv the sarpintr,and nil

( 'fos u hand these beiagfeutniabtoaso: f 'proportioned to the offence:committed! ; or that ho was:to take'the place e1' the bride manner of venomous.lhingSotit of IrtlaiKl{

pears goitC by;must, !necessarily be imperfect when disgraceful punishments are inflicted, groom. ,Away,the pnty'nlhcd to ono :'of --how he bothered all the urtrffli'uf entirely)

,from'the effect of tempests,and from instead of occasioning reformation, which the clergymen.in. the town, and, producingthe but for. all that, there was ,one old alrpint',

:. tho'' many alterations l introduced by the should be the object pahishmentsi; a certificate .of proclamation, the nuptial left, who was too cunning to, bo talked out

currents, which have.changed! tire bars an'dvaried ( converse effect is'most generally produced.Theoil'eadetbeing ., l knot was soon tied, ihe brother passing of tho country, and made to d.rown: him clf,

.1 the depth,of.the.water.. The fro-: stamped with ignominy} himself off as the bridegroom., ,The party Saint Patrick;'didnt; know-vvell how to

,1 quegt!Accidents rch happen,:from inaccurate ,is thereafter< ,rendered useless and d .tget-' returned, the bride:smiling, arid her spousein I manage this fellow, who' ,was doing great
I rwkcuungs+ ,,and. ho-cpnsequent dri.ving .: ; member in society. Corporil'purHah. cxtacies. Dancing f; was! set afoot, and havoc;tp,1 at long t Jre!:bethought himself

:: f" shore, sortie to prove how-neoessa inP.nton a free citizen,, u hardly now,to. I "the n '"' -married couple were proceeding and got a strong iron chest nl"do."ilt..

Ii ry; it is for some precautionary measures tobo bo met with in any criminal :'code. U has down an Irish jig; when thunder and turf!, nanobouhs.uponJ}!;_ I'

I, : 1" resorted to,'by which a cecunence.otheta f been stricken from our'army 'regulations'l who should make his ,appearance, dripping "So one fiuc mflrnlng" lie takes a>walk twhore

for the"future, may be prevented;> and should be stricken from Jo statute with perspiration, but the' !missing bridcSrootui tbo''S3"l'int.. used'to' keep j end the
:L; There are important and neglected point' who was long in ,' out sarpiht bo clitTnt like'theSmnt
book. Mo hope of reform or feeling,other not finding : ir the.!least:
too ,.where,."light.houses .ruD;: fuI81d" thm'cherished haired-of country, can reasonably had: been superseded,and instantly! Sand stnalt blauie;ti>'Tifni fOr thaj-began

:. nary, to protect commerce,and give. be expected from any one, who knocked hb: brother .do y'n. ,A scene- officriods to hiss'and.shqw; his: teeth at him"like a/ij

a !: acquits;to xfoasXriayigators, The costcontrasted ,- shall be so haraWy'aad so tgnominiously confusion ensued, oil hands: being thing.. 40h,' 'saysj S t. Palrisk, IP,

.with. the advantages to bo derived .. dealt with by the tarn I 'at work; matters however were made ,up; 'whcro's thejisc of making.such ,a,says piece v$
( ,, from.them.iS DOt>worthy to be consid r and tlicbride transferred to her work about n
"It is advisable, too tlat: the tight.confided was ,orignal gentleman like hiysclf coming
ered.- I' flame,'seemingly nothing'loth at the 't o seo ? Jib nicohouso
Internal l by Juries of fixing,at their disctetion second you a I have: got
L it is believed ianroveraeuts, have Dot been within questioned_ Temtory, J penalties and'punishments betaken ,a way.', I. change; and "''lentlio'party broke up, thotwo made fur you ngiri the winter; for I nm gir-

: constitutional l grounds- : '" Executive on As the practice, now is, they are firat'rcqu' retired together to their repose, and ,ins to civilize, all the country man arid Least.

has not Interposed bbjeclioris'Tbe as to'iho right red to determih6 the guilt of innocence of S thetoo-officious' brother to his lonely'pillowto says heuudyou can como'and .look-at itwheneveron'pleaseaci1'tis
seek solace fur hb
the accused. Nextwbrther" if disappointment. \vtli
ofltiakingepproptiattonsta! favor of such guilty, .the myself
tiodertakings; ,..whea'atisfied of$', their ex penalty'shall be fine or imprisonment, or [.Phil. Gazette: be glad 10.see you _
'pedieacy.andgeneral advantage, Under Corporal punishment, and lastly, having -- "The sarpint heating such smooth: V1:1,1: 1thotrghf 1-',
this state of things, 'and when objections agreed as .tai:these,the,quantum of punishment :"ConeA Ditcra of tllcoBdamZ8. In'De- though St. Patrick Imd/drtVcn, all
to be extended becomes cetrt er184iono-othis-Iilajcsty'sslu, ;; s the rest of the ,into ho, b
i do not arise as to the- exercise'of'.any con.' malterof.. sarpints < sea, !'
'etitotional power', measures calculated to difficult solution; for on'all these points,' In'g ing'into the harbor of New i'rovidenstruck ce, ,sisal. no harm himself. ; sq the! ivpiutwalks"
advance;the interest of the Territory, 'and 'the jury must be unanimous by their.determination OQ A bank and rubbed off n sheet or fair-,and easy up.to see him, and the I

particular when standing in connexion ThtiSj' by referring 'to iLern, two of her copper. The f'tlo\Ving"nonli. g liousohp was speaking ;abduf. .Uut.wlicii.

r with: the: generat :interest of the States :three perplexing inquiries in the same case, jonett>f the div rs\ IJeingsent i Tor,:and sup.pliedwith -" S the sarnint-saw-nine; greaVbDults upon; ti o

,1 should rcceivej as they deserve to receive,? heir difficulties, are increased, and "the : hammer; nails, and! a' .sheet of.roppcjV chest, he thovight.ho ,xvas-wu/J, and was: .
marked attention: The time chances,of conviction for rimedimh ished.- stink himself; to, the keel aaf.er, .fOf:making off with himself} as fast 3'r
E .. byi. when those advantages may will The,law.'ought .to: affix adequate and certain 7 two orthree breathings; at the surfaee of-jhe- lie could.
boretained. "
.. Ere > penalties to'each enumerated'' oCence.tar'l 'waler' .. ,, made. good.... tho defects! lie ,was"iSccr ,rT'ii"aaicc!
.. .. long tbia Territory- be .. ., ... -, ... warm houscyoa : ;ss
:: t-W ** hIJt "* Hrv yMSUw Xs nSrand
i. 'mi .M o % ; : -aa+t ttrt
tho jurY and to bend a hawser into the chain nbJe t yaa-ws-s-SooUfKntS* am to
: pr"lr dogs :'of the older members:ofthisyconfedor&cy when:ascertained you. _
,subject to'bar self control : the court alone should declare such near tho a'.1coorlI8' h'1 lay at"tho Wttbm. i in '

t and governed.exclusively bj her.own raga, judgment as bj the statute. may be author* ,:nearly four fatlorhswater. This he ac.complbhed aril tlantcyou' .kindly, Sf', ''PatricJc, loryour
zed.1 with mi cb ease civility, says th f ear ins 'flml I think
Utions..ivithotti dependence aid ; _- I1Jd. seamanlike !
,or bo
((0 UVtoo
derived tibia .source her ,---.... ndjlprov.ed.oDlh: :: .arichoiubeing SyIlaltIt| isTqr'iiiV1 meaning it fee
any '
except own. I :hOTO up. These tin, excuse and "
True PAilol diver?,who are.black: men iuvay'heva9 going.=
councils and her limited resources When ; ophy,, An Italian; .Bishop .
''shall I I ;and! generally natives of the outer,bland "TohaJlPsays.S|. Patrick t.1P.il
this event take place, those'improvcnientS'so [struggled through great difficulties without, s
i desirable: and useful, must arid' repining,and met:with,much opposition n arejnearly ez, fool in height with! broaa"<< you please stays he; 'you're out in that. iUT
: ,aliopldcri'and'oaccrastoateito boy,, how I *
will 'encounter 'all those the hb diyingfor any arrr sure f will fit,
: objections which ,discharge episcopal functions, you
( ;con hs from their Infancy, in from two to completely: and PJ1 !tell what '
aid so repeatedlyurgod. j in favor of the sovc- without ever,betraying thuleasi impatience. he you says
''. ./ wifin.ty bf.s.State.. ,Hence-do wise consid. .,Is ;An intimate,friend of his, who- highly admired i ten fathoms water, thafJhey. have: Jiabituaited : he;' 'Wl.befyou if a gallon of porter,'saga
"\ crations> ;.:dictate! \0,,praent3geatp,'.not to', thaesrttae" which .he thought it themselves to continue under wafer for be, that: you'll only try and got intln. -ro'lr
t (a'bng'a plenty of
lieglect the, golden '. impossible to imitate tiaieperhapsas'the; pearl diver room.for you. .
opportunity which isbeiore l one-'day asked the :of,India. '
.I ii' :'themi _but at, once tai press,",those, [prelate,if he.could communicate tho.secret :haauner They often take with them a: "The 11)inlViI'iw t'IrSl1.U' : he couM
)" eltutris'svhicb'reason and policy" sanction'.' [of being always Mf NYea"tepliedtl a ; arid on_ finding a'conch;will} break: .' be with hb alk;1\nd it'was great joy to him

r :fid 'strongly-i tot solicit Congress to'-hear. (old man, "1 can'teach you"m) secret and }jits shell, take out I lit, fish.and prepare! itv the thoughts 6t doing St. Patrick opt of a

'/, theij application, arid to:act. The appeal.canndt with great fsctlitypt coosiaU in_nothing fa dressing' before ,they rise ;they will I also' gallon of porter l : so, Dwelling hirnsalf

fail of,success., It is not 'Floridani ((more than making angbf use of toy;eg eBiJIis : )itako'thecork a bottle pf any drinkable liquId/wit h, as. big as ho could in he got trI ; thq'hdr q"'r.

f'mt J licoacernebpt tbi.western, .bogged him ta'exjglaJn.' himsel f. : 'three wired, and sink to: the,bottom in f allJuta tirebJ4; othisiattTbereport:

I States rand the entire ,commercial and, <"Most willingly,*returned the bishop; ,aId i Of',fvut fathoms' :andlidi the,cot k- I says hr.," .Pvo was this gallon{ ,,for you see

: I nayigat%interest,the United States.-' ;'whatever state I;am-I first of all lookup,to (screw aadie;:draw the cork, drrnlcita' conies; the house b.too small) for me;for1, can't get
r Th'esd will with'aud [ with the'empty bottle! & in tai!.'
,' join>R support you It Ibeayen, and romembeithat my.principali ot\et ; my When\Vh3fdo'Sf. 'PalricV
r isi their interest to'do. "i nos:and r bat in term l 'i business here bio get''there' 1 then: 'look' ialways the beverage they solicit oVlhcso; do, but he comes behind j&ogfisiVbeavjJH

t'l t dictates to be pureacd, b rarely, if'ever \down; upon the tinhiad-callto. mind Jww, :'occasrons--NauuwL \ ;aL lIw.J of the chest' and putting bb two ban Q"

! tiglect'ed.\ Tho annual losses;sustained' I Ismail !a.space I I'p, in.it vhen I. -, :. it, dovin he slaps U with a bang ,like;ihuw\
L. I along the 'coat of'Florida:concerns'the'the: c mo to bo interred I'then look abroad intojhewofldf &w Gfapes.* Perhaps there i isno' derVhen"the rogue of a nw,tJia.

I' States. and'the. people of the States; and'' ; I ,and ptp cfro .chat ajultitudes, propensity beaeticiali of the liumarhmmd mu'ro :truly lid coming down,In,went his tail like shot'

l- they,II ttoch as tho citizens of this ;.rerria there.are i who are in all respects more on, the >iavoriing: or at leas :softening for.fear.of.being -ofEhimf&ad; St.

i twyi stoulaVeaieruin. .QlIWous-deiliJ&to". .. happy :tbaa myself. Thus .1 ttrnin'ah if.Wf.ioaathal.which leads us -to; Patrick began at once'to boult the nine iron
and "
j' !, eco' patroatted wtntover meaaire .Io.bocalculated } true wppmeaa is placedwberoallode cores ere'slight, undervalue those blessings which'are bootie" ;

/, %> give a;''d Brent and bet mustr uiind bon very IIUWjessonlha ve absolutely-and positively bejoud our, trrChlmurdef: 1Yon't I
", 4 .I tL4InH'.to:: 'things; here the Iii"h..Jof to repine ol complain.** ; JSJL,,4n, old'tradition: gtree acuriooiwi StPatnckr! says- the you let me out,

}!1L r: t hat,rbeeii ..sustained wi itliiit.J. It'j; ii .... I: or tWs.spi* as follows ,betfairlyiand'L'; l ,8.1fpinr,'I're, lost:tio
f' asatar>ESe1y'cmt'pu' d, theytctoul atfoa Wtocn- noah had'snugly secured himself pay, you ,'Uoalika
I .ra ,
t4e'lWIWlBoad i ; "
If' haps be found equal to \bees tures'otl atrow 'tbi his arks arid the tam 'bad c: mmezaced amot.Letyou :
,It&suu '
II: all the I of Sun. It has !been' pouring down in vtitmydarliagt'says .:
proposed linproYelD nts.\ U right earn est, .srr.at:
b I mentioned that reprobate
O xnmonded.toyou( tMt these th rec- ac!cum of tango had,beep' who had long bad tis i ticks clo bQ slue I n III ,
;tig?be voted own .
con- b.rht, 0ridsh Parliament tt
j .1deiecl-that"pr: bablo losses sustained ;' \ lot the p'1'- aforesaid, ungaka buildiog.Tow finding weans,; hut,you! see, I. lifaSSSfS
be; R4eeiiaing the, : you
i I ulwUted,,\pwaJeli: .M anf';obtain able opening juakatioo pracUc tuUty of tile jolts rather "again ttirtr rrtd rio wutcr must :WI'Ltfll ">"nomwT ,And fc:-
l data q fee had j and the whole submitted means, |cog with India,. by above his knees, walked up I to i w h,the sarpint f In ii
to the pteraal"re and uanUaDsJap of : Ltotuigatioa Uttosgb the treAt for a "ctoncein.'' NoaS andwicheditinto ,!lao.l lake- her4'whero i it
EuphratI-l' -rersan GuJC It a totluhour' ,
BOW bimvvith for
tkeGeaerl OQQp .tbe polit adiplorSboi certainandHfethesam"ni
+ tt" ajffioni encwof
I announced that whatever .
; may to brought to act upon th m. admit atilt c'the; may be the re- the decision of'a ceneral, thafhb struggling d boll at the bottom 'thit wake

ti IBey tate *ot m'tUri'which pfoperlv pertain operation; survey,'tteun will be called> into toa or.hb Dersoa? .vms utterly :dnffi. ,the waves upon it. Maft '-a, the Jivb*
1/ to legislative characters. tinxtiag'the passage to India. Ascend 'man, cootinueilPicker hS
your though xmawendedjritar tesideiwyself
in by at least one channel ,cams
viz. that Aard
gome degree tbeltand bV coaaexlon with Itod of the access. At last celCS3 wirhLfirui. : die aar"iQI crying out, from within the
fd oh < m4d the ,
aIFordiD 1 : > Aly, Pub; fj tog &he water tvaihhS eftest under, the !fa
tlrern, I 1QU at least..tli.a. Via ; his alJoulde water, iClo-morrow'Jetl
ppor- ( Ind
Ji ir bon is the" :'_ fJ r tHo bag.1ho deter* hit 'them liras a is It to/Bowow -which ( he"
H, y. .. 6 -ji to coosioierauon piW dinauon of the'Jiritbh co futtbet lisle Cot yet o sure, i!
? ;; these '*ieciJedonUi4coBstruclioaora Gorerament btf : never can be.and that\i the w ayBt.Patrick

.1.4.n i.iIi q.r'S-; i br f8.8t7' ....the Ittaad of F&iC ft is snip railroad posed sasEs t settled trends the last of of iCillarney the sarpints, nr.".-'CrokerV -

'- Bay f pr ,
f doubt obtain tiutftttenuon and'i ooasid Mq. orted on the/rail' "case tb SsS l :::
aeceeritr bo fe .
enU ,.kUk & lIDportaace lDeritl.... ,uolultpg AM the iad -
trtrwliaD. ;
Ir M
a .T :='" Vf)' DQI..t 1 ;1'.trf --..Io y .GCIci..t i f9r the Pro- J j JOHN GEORGE ZIBIAX,
ti :ba: JItINI1. 14.A fereaca 40 *ha ; work wIaikt ssSBtesSSS:
bT *i :botaDd'to.tbotslilipt i .poseo ttoNfif passaima Iii ,1 1flfW1 INFORMS pubUc that he lus opened
q oper aeiatto
8a. .
.toRedBavri 61"Eto be
11 ,I1he& cI feaMaoftl lUfM Gf Q i A@ipa m >TABLISJlMENr ia
country.ox !dujettlty wdttgtf}-trill when the'plS tfefa ci tj wber*the bit ia carried oo ta
Pl>}>*M iocttmd io buHOinMlb Ifa bwhl --to- aU its various branches. Bfei4t Cake CL

I cdaatmctiog sj*of,war", t tt l WioJnahoat! dd.y.1 inte04eel Ctriwf4eAo&tr-a>rriect aentt'eiDan, c_crr description Nary and Pilot Stead
and io erecting: a fort? toprotecf tho harbor ftera London'to Bombay may &>> inadvS who had !leer dtiniag and tarorrait with Ice.ic. an constantly on bandy Red
seam boorz by tbe, bscribcr.
Companions till .
--, -.--,. ..... -.,... ......- ,;.- --- _.-"- = c: ::.. a nf11&t6 hoar T. Ke,Wat, Noy. 15. (s}tl
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- L. .. ""' ; : I' '" -'" | mulling mariner ca Lo {ockj on;old tlnd cutfusitytriuittr'i hese i
THE,_ :ENQUIRER.- '","':, ; '< who is tho'real grit" f.jhrould,' ocoan'J bed, and whoso alxxlo seems to boon same ships! are cajosed PlJ"de!aar, t
-annnn a a j suggest to the company, tho cxpedichcy'pf; the finis what is Hornet .Tr-esternness' cumstanccstoour, cruisers' alsowhere!

I i YVES !:, FLORIDA.ma : ,, contributing sum sufficient toiurchW.1a of tho'sailor'ii dissipated, his whole soul ,they are to be found. I find that,the Com-
bell,to be erected on (bo engine )house. -. is sonenedvby the'rush of youthful thoughts, mercial Marine of France embraces
8ATunD.\, JytJARY jf .' /b;' ('f'.r"J :) ,PJZARn01.; : as 110 points 10..tol\.blue horizon and that ftfKiJ: ; ? ls, 'of'the igg Rateburdefl of'
-' ,. there it once was, that in the nightly reef: 744,000 tow, manned,
By tho: arrival;: of tho brig'Tallahassee COMMERCE 00* KRY WEST. and deafening storms, ho ,often thinks of Of this number, 820 vesselsof by 67,000 the meb.* ,, .' .
ENTRANCES AT THE CUSTOM Homo. -end sighs as ho reflects it lies not burden tof' 50 average
C pt. Kattoonc, ,., HOUSE. i ; tons are rnpaged in foreign, .
'r on 'hcl: vvelcomo lep.M Enquire of to tradeout
J3urbpe.1800 veaaela,
from st. :Marks, the Message .trom I| "\ ," 'lo classic youth trho.il' seeking the prairie King the like,number: of'250 Ions,.trade averts to

of Gov. Eatpri! have been' received Year For, I C'st Am. For;' ". tat. .. wild, Ports I wise. l .find ,the receding: ,WEST, What i> Hornet vessels of 60 tons each are employed the:

through, the politeness -, 186 164 43 167 30 197 If ho will not atop to answer you, while, coasi ing' fIde. [pttJtcaKotagt.T, fin .v'csv t

,of a fri nd. We have 1827 177 86 547 16 '263 entranced itrl"o the :prospect around him, sell trading out of Europe are\dAefo dfr>
1<' 1882, 818 109 304, 23 ,323 let the sun ,begin to, sink beyond and ,the trlbbtcd,as- folly> : sJ
given it a ::eursory reading, 2184 99 264 19 .. !87' mountain peaks grow gray; ho will tell you,, T India, :I S S tfwefimiowfc. :
and consider it an, interesting 1830: ,176 114 260 3d 290 that night cornea to talk of-Home. As.he; : Wand of Bourbon, die: : 70:'do' 1'
busmpss-like, document 183! 172 118 sea j 22" 290 turns to 'the cloud! that scorns to slumber" SoutlrSeas, i '*!5 'dol' :
1832 ,162 'I 141 183 : 20ie 303 II beautifully over the spot of.Ilii birth,.in a 'Dt'&iIL. ; rC5\doi\ : I
evincing oh tho ,part .of our.. 1834 178'' 135 297 ,313'' : moment,,he is there., It. breaks, on his 'Rivet Plate., $frdov\ i
mind with mournful delight. What olden'' ,Mezicol' '
'executive considerable Vessels, but'not obliged law' 40 do-' 1
,new: reported by themes
revival Oh sacred breathing thotaI! Cuba, s
to enter not included.CLEARANCES 60' dv
solicitude in, ,the local concerns -.------ ,His soul_is lost in the ocean of memory 1 .Haytji. ..' S. 60;,0 ;,

of the Territory. Not(; AT THE ous'roM' ... :The cell, the cottage or mansion are anim U. S. of'America, 35 do '
; .
ROUSE '. atedl!;I Scene after tceneas6cSatiation; after W.I.:;pot elongingtoFrance, 20' do.Cayenne .
:having room for ,its entire" : For tJ".d. To association, awakened_ come .flowing: ,,35,Clo

public.atipn;:wqltave efctract- \Year. I Forv so. '' Am.. For tal. : across his,mind, nnd. in. moment, lie)lives' Senegal.and.Goree, / .X10, do
Ports. f his life'over again. He nays not how that Martin'ucaad'Gapdaloupc! 300'do ,,
ed sonic items'from it, 'which, 1826 161" 67 181" 27 .208; Home is a creature'of the ,imagination ,Whale Fishwies. .' ((8'do 11

will be found on the ,third 1827 177 86 248 15 263 I a mere plaything for the poet. 'Circumnavigation, i way ofQhinIy too: ''', ':* 'I tt':
1828 208'' 135' 372' 21' 343 Who forgets the pare ''8, last, look'-the, .. v'W'4r Sic., "I...i
Page. J 1829' 175 '148 293 30 323 ', parting hand-or the loved one's tear?How TI.oFrcnchNavy.Vfith. which.nj we" troy '
4On Saturday last'nboutQ 6' 'dock p ,: t.. 1830 153 j 134 256 31 287. holy.the (feeling,as wo think of this sacred !likely to make oursefves befit'ri ntiiated,. '. :j ,
1831 158 124: '261 '21 282 spot! .We wish to: forget eve animosity,' is undoubtedly nnxt, '.to that"*+Q'f England., It;
a rumbling noise was heard'in a W* N 5V.-. 1832 177 94' 266 15 271 and to cherish each friendship there com tha most formidable' (n.the Vforlcf. 'I'Wag, 1

direction from (ibis place;and in a_short timea 1833 106 110 '205 11, ,216 menced as'the ever blooming buds of hope. regulated and t>crmaaeatlj'organizetl'i&its '.
violent rush of wind followed which' con, 1834 ,183 81' '249' 15 264 Low;the thought that we have ever. spoken several,branches by the prdonnanco of;
tinned force a heedless word,that has moved,' parent's 1823;since which,time it has :rapidly improved !
ten minutes with
near greater
; VALUE'OF. IMPORTS FOR'FOREIGN heart with pain,melts the soul into sorrow, in.every panicolar.V The numbett f'
than had) been felt here) tor .many .years., I PORTS. ., and penitence.. Where Homo was, it mat-* of vessels afloat C""allicU 'a'N, );hay;'

The schooner ,Fair, American was blown Yean: In For.1 In Amcr. utaVessels ten not. It ever will bathe cradle of your is, fit for sea, whether lu ordna rY, 0' corny ;

upon tho beach, near Brownc'd wharf,,'and': .' Vessels' existence. There,' were sown in the sus, : mlmonID,, : ,t8'3',18 stated afoliorsj: ,= t..
several: boats much injured. To leeward 1830 $4,620 1 43,233, $47,813,' etibJemind, of infancy the seeds; which' Ships of tho line 68,!)tIgat8 601,Corfete| .1 ;' 'II
ho the Felix : 1831 I 5,451 .62,412 67,863 springing up in aner life,. will shed their:: ''33, Brigs 67, Galliotvy Cutters, &c, ,,12 V .
gale: was equally: severe- sloop 1832 -60,232 48,646 / 108,778 fruit upon"the. path of manhood,a down'to" Steam slips, bombs, lite'. 87 Total 374. 11
was blown aslioro in:Charlotte Bay, and 1833 25,534 '13,490 "39,024' the grave. Thougl the Louse be decaying, To this force con iderable''adihtionswer@k .
several houses blown down on Sennybal 1834 20,355 } .87,501 107,856 rend.hid beneath" the woodbine and the ivy made during the l last i j lwoypar. ; .!

Island. To windward the blow was sensibly : .though the wild grass may wave above .J .1 : :.... _.. =-....,
felt and Total I 116,092_ | 255, 4.2. I'l 37 J,334;; tho dust of your fires-.itill there if Home 1 I', > I I
done and *
some damage NOTfCE.-Th'tirmorJOSEPi'COT
.scv. VALUK OF liXl'OJU'3. You loco to cherish it. Oh well .
: vPORTS you mayr! '!'
oral lives lost, among which'we lament" to 'for:there you began to live. content, and all persons having any cjaigof (1\ :

rncntion. the drowning of Dr.7I. S. Watery ... will please. patent them for payment to. ',!
In .e.-! ,
'*house and his little son Indian Yea J Fur., I I'' In Amer. Total. either of the undersigned add all p'enonr i i''
near Key. I
Vessels. The Na
Vessel-., .- report of the Secretary of the ; indebted kill please call and settle their ac-' ; t'
The Doctor wosa n3ti\'t',' ''''0 believe; of 1830 $32,063 $14,68148,744!\ containing lit tie'of importance said the counts on or before the Drat of February Off.
Vermont: was educated. 'in. that Slate, i irf 1831 17,322 17,631. 3.4953 ordinary annual statistics, we Will.for:the' they will be put in the bands of anattoroeyti; 1
riper years he enjoyed an extensive practice 1832 45,043 13,900, 03,943 present content ourselves with' a: brief.account for colle U D. \;\J as.; COTTRKLL',:
1833 24,648: 10,490 ,35,138 .,of its,contents. The Navy consistsof r P. J. FOjfTANE; ,, ,
in liia profession,rand subsequently served,, 1834 74,497, 12,450 86,947 i : ,Key%VestJaa.17,1835'n142N.J ;, I

os professor in one of the. branches' in' tho .Total Now building,six ships of the line and' 8ALE-Tbe lU *ciib'd'for tV
J| 193,673'' 74,152 267,725
Medical!\ college of Ms native State. ; l even frigates. two superior,Cartel,. one open:anol I

MELANCHOLY ocjcyjittENcELDr. -The- ........value... of imports. ... and exports. "'provi-- __ In..ordinary! .:;' five.. |.ships- c of the.line, two-. -the.. .other.... deekedt,TNoMEs together with;. ,gaits! :; hi,

Henry; WSIcrBouse' and,bis"soni, : 'fh amount; realized-fromfsale4'of,live" In coramission one ship of the line,four Bey' \Veat./ao.I'7,183Sor, ( TJN4I"'_ "\, I,
DI4"'J .
residents Indian Koylef the island: ,on fish in the Havana;market,;of, ,those caught: frigates,'eight sloops of warandBixicbobn-. i : "I
i in die district, I from 1822 ter.l 827. ,'about era. .
Saturday evening the |7th inst. in a boat $ OJOOO annually-from, 1827, to183 2, Total, twelve ships of tho line,thirteen t-9 W;

on an excursion fishing. The following about$15,000 annually-to be added.to, frigates, fourteen sloops of war and six I.

morning It was discovered they batnot, ,retyimcd the above table of export;: schooners. ..Re' w a, ryd.W
/ -boats were immediately despatchd The amount :whicn 25 to 1832 incluslvet415,4Q.8: Averageamount those out order.2,889,640 will ,be ,re. ESCAPED from :priwo two' D' iob.
in search of them the boat in ....
per annum, $34,456,'._...Tho greatest quired. u ruoawayfr WILL A1'4 ;1
they \Vcnt'as'very soon discovered bottom amount in anyone year, '5 .14"r'Ire In addrtiwi.toabeso, it adpears that we JONES about 26 ia about feet 5,,or Iiaobnl felt, II,
upwnnJ:5,nnd on further examination duringtho least: amount in any one year, gi 1,138.-: may commence the building of five ships of "biakert.p years i quid; ,,and conunoojy liu"ti ,plimos

day, the body of the Doctor,was found The operation of the Tariff Acts,of 1832 the; line,: eleven frigates, ,. seven sloops of eountenancecomaioal kaawabytheelms fl'

and brought to this island. ,' and!this day and 1833 will materially reduce the amount ,war,and two schooners! .or DiU -C1It 18TOPU. .. 1
of duties to bo received from the larger Our: -vessels, in commission ,during.the ia very afoot about;0 feet llgb, dad about! .
!Interred. No>> discovery- .has"yet. been' made number'of free ''articles' ;. comprising! ibd (past'year have been employed,as heretofore, : 30 yean ,uf age, ipemka ilor, aodia ofdoWpccat .. ,
of his son. ;greater part of those: of the most frequent in protecting our commerce in the Mediterranean couotenftocf, ;Itf bawD by' the
It is the that at this ,in tie West Indies the'coast of, Prime of Ckambent!>ey say they r-re lee I
general: 'opinion. ,the.boat importation port. J: on aDd will endeavor. to aa lUC tt is
paaa auppofed : ..
., :Brazil and in the Pacific Ocean )
capsized,>an a very severe squall,which, occurred ;. ., the? will try toet to the Indian ,ni.
tho 'I "leA the i FOB. TUB EtrtVTETL Ourrl1valfo$ c consisting ,of commis.aionod tion/aa'Bill >as been "e'4 at' f ndiafi'rif er, ,J;
during 'evening they ,
.' TO. M**. gad-, ..warrant. pfficcrsV seamen, ordinary and tbe'boat Chambers!'DtOrA baa been :
XCey. Wn ,landsmen, and boysitmounta found to the aortbvird of Capi FlorHa'.cna
Indian Iiey;Ian.. IB,'1835.t f ,Let ,uthea.wtite of:sunny !smilej I ,. ? ?, I 'to 0,072; and oar marine corps, under, its 'the be.cJab above'reward ,ir111 be paidlor.tbeiidellrefyto'maaOBey'wntay. ':
: .. Of tiny feet, of witcrjrti wiles, t "
; } new organization, will.consist ofcommissioned : I,
JlTr. EdilQr.derived: rnucfi'gratifica. And, eies of blue! ; t officers oon-commisaioned officers |50 fog e1\b.tct'jUi'mr: ':

lion a few nights since from witnessing the Untouched, i by such" dclusiVCart,, f 1 musicians, IIDd privates,to the number. 'of I* ,f." ,BHEAKElCj fiheriffM. O. ; I

promptitude' of our Firemen. Aroused by Tho }native beauties of tha heart .':1,283 making a total 'of 7,305. Key Wcit.J ui.'.", IMS. (aU.mtf! n'
the alarm; from one of those sweet,delusive Ii I The report informs usthatthoDryDocka I
cnthralmonts of,the'dull god,'to which the ,I'll bring( r .'Jcw, -p ,,> !i tat Bosk>a and',Norfolk_ are fullsuccessful : :TWENTr.nVIJDOLLA' S' REWAATiyNA ,

most fanciful: creations; of our awakened When sorrow cloud i our youthful dream, : :and recommepds.one New Yorki.:,. 'It also ; .Ii, WAY li om tbi" gut) >tbe>t"4 orb : l: ;.

moments. are gross realities I made ill possible And all the,bright'and |oyous beams (J 'recominet' ds the ;\pooatruction? of.several'of ,q( I1ebs, amts. D4'IpIaclrth q' boY I by aaaidborW. nacBft !.4);)
:: haste: with many others, to,the abode .Of iifadepart :atearr: ;batteries. rore perflMtlt"bo, t ; .- B>E':0.'PQUe......f Charlfntoo, a&o I
of the engine,',but:band that our worthy ; .. howdI, i iTo Uie paiaries. .of coojmanders on foreign 'went ,oo board: tM M.U Boa|,icbr., Fair. I
..chief director; with a speed 'which.testified tots.wttb"AlJ" ne_ ding stations; and the removal' of Uw marine 'Americas, pylef b ttrart KsyW:; anCtiarlatof
.Rs much ,fur ::his itndcrttanding:asJor his ffor betel the ills vhicb time may bring: ,barracks out%r tho Navy yards; .it:gives -Tl.:*bx>f.*-rwattJ will be paid V
watchfulness and 'enthusiasm, was befotq.me ;- Then gentle heart. ''' atalenient uf theNavy pension fund, its for tfie sppfifeaaalbp TdeUrsrf of aal4LoyorMcuredMttatlretLIO. 1,
'A.a.a' from his 'diiibU ineidsJad he' ;:: ;
./ few blasts ( number.pfpehsion
Shoal fancyVpowr ere ail tq.thro''!, I ..CAPTx:DLEcf f'w'.Am.tka, r i
thaf thecoast
Worms of
; this
trumpet,accompanied by a protracted l ;erss.it us surteys KerW. tlao.Mrr..". 1 "
cry of FIRE," the.compauy, including O'erl we touch her' magic glow biro been Delayed by, tho'trawfej: of ... n.o r
many: contributors, was assembled,but inch AndT fairy art j ; ". ; i :that duty .4o ibq fairy departmegt.ead asks 'llJ\c _rior 4wJ fdillio_ I"t8 'I'i
we,'DlItriI otli'lorld.. :
: irregularity!: of. uniform was;perhaps Should care dispel cadi youthful I grace, an appropriatioa.ofa30A00, for its prose.ecution Bk'-A \
tf"rtJ '
never exhibited.since FalstaiTfl Jlegi-! ;, it Italia that the experiments on : ;
meatmarched through Coventry. I ob I still may seek a resting placo't: : the ''safety'fcf'.uab> eagin'es'directed' by ;67 JI, r oI.cot OrirP kr.t to _A4m1', d .

served on this occasion,that several firemen Tho gentle heart. ;, ,Congress have not been made,and maajj- 'M tip at.... t.' .T.... IWo I ,
neglected their hOlt, owing no 'doubtto, When aith'ring'neath: a cold ivorld'd sncc/i lions tlw(the tcitc of the N val Asyliinj la 1/Lpettoutnterateatb.abo' i"
i the rapidity of their movements.. The first 'social lie. "T r.'4 tbi:(county,has been coded to the:OeneralGovmroenl A-'Nftbtaod4..r ttiat&1l'.t..riiWpe .;
And'eveiy '
bray of our leader1 trumpet operated likethe appears by tJus commonvrealtlC -, ''" ..., to..I ti n'ttl Cottoa .
first of the sacred 1irdrwhen the But worldly; t [PULOascKe.Coi7 .,. i ..V.waaseld by iN' M..tet..tr i : t. r
What bliss itnow: with hire we'll &uL after tbe ,.,_ tor
fe.t1nt tha Eternal City wasat stake; and J ;J'"E1 j ,u ,l"wbeoi tttR
in moment every quarter sent forth \hc ." .o Ge tot our aching mind "' l [ ':'7 poodeaee'of the'JdUr.:'Comiaerce.1 \":' 01 tDe1 Court t.'R I n It

alarm. The cause of excitement was, Thou gentle heart. is A 1\ .. '* V' .. aiJ, ., .J83f ,' :E BUM b'r ,I
happily for 01, trifling; aDd although our I ,' In the-'Boioedd"of tho .-f.ftW14"tu laaaf, j

appearance b.brought to mind bj? rt ...,.., FromtMBelmaF > Press.+ ,' ,i1! ; Ptbia'a.; U was my leek towvtaess or WI eti riI, II..=. '

,:TlKing-of Francerith forty thousand' 't4-a rx.osiutr.What ., die QDCombg ef the mitt, o(Mars .., ,W, .t!,
men, # / is home.* A word, -'magic',rasa 'wb e'JPeace+ .by jetfat .at bit 1J& 01 '. .. r.... ,.I
Marchcdup the' \M an41th nurcheddown the _. Ibaltero "" :one, **4H* ..
+ 1 Bound tfcat fid.!. opoQ the ear Iiko''toft >, vfry ; O 'It .
again," .' '.- ... rni note, w1tich ryeMh oat&eftiUair. iV LihitLvi, The a tatues a rq_owed : > ..
....UJII... .v.6
Still it is pleasing reflect,that if any real '4vea itf( What, U Joiet A { ;i ,..bift"' 1"e&1Pt" "fI" !
.. danger bad existed, tfeesaraeieadtaeaa to where muM tLo wanderer's diotghta; : .... or_ .... .... "" ,..
k would have bees eyyed. .Sfeeo badly U fff aea ro ll 9d the loveliest spot of, At ". M4t.... Ie" IfIj...". 1 =, .. ..;C;".... ,
-that vrJumcr, AtWOTI: 't.e' to tmlia, i -- ...... .. '
ppojafmwt'waaeapreescd at tbo,*ngnificance memory; it is a tord speaks JlP UIIJf "
of,suck 3 Ere,' Wc lj'.afforded BO and tbnlla while it speaks, of fteoch ships and c4 1., I 'M o *4HteHHIiHHaMHHI, t- ..1t4I3 '

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l"; 'ini.u.rionkor
'' .. jllo toecetytttc'tmanof'plucafien ; ;:
\ .IF llil r'1: .: :f e1vc"all their numbers, they cafr'ccquest N Y ltlt'rYrr toe .
_._ \1 5 =the with which food and si- B'
/ .. TlIANKf Vhf ,, 'e case t hepoetmastetto'n'otifua of, strcl aft aremissing 1 "DnY.-.TI; : anbsrrlhera rtsll'ctfiIH
f ... ..,.. Ii' raiment are produced-tho success which and they shall sent again.free of I infortitt f pi f\t t tcocripleteda'artetyof rsiL; t,theyhavt
bro'tto' ,
Th6 revolution of the season has follows honest industry and new receutlp \
'generally :$?n\ chatga > << fonts'of! letter
D' ogee more an annual festinl.&he: Icrpiitethe :a reeably relations of sociallife .' Ten copiqs frcApJjp eta c lb, ,io'the)l'looC'lliotilatcef -Eurorcan: .
This i& WfPfi SWr '?=W :: sport;
peculiarly T
day of public Thanksgiving. -tho faculties; ,bf reason: judgement, accommodate assoeiationsschooW mcnswcllcafcnlatc6\fut.ornamcntal tlrit.-

I ,ft New' England festival, add flo i memory,speech,opport u nities of useful ness- ;n3&individealsfo r'l 'didriHitrOri, we'will tingpr tasteful' display' 'rf and making an Bi_

I Emigrant from New England, wbererever:what to. friends and net lbors-I1U: .these, ond'J deliver ,at any -post office 'In the .United iortmcnt Printlngf Type's unrivulkd in

Provldencornay have placed him, In innumerable other circumstanced, ,and incident i- States, free .of postage, ten,, copies ,to one 'beautr.cxtcnt', ,variety,' A ,bookofspeclmcns -
under' whatever circurnstan> ', .: d us may he obtained at, the Foundry
verclimfe for ten
. ,or should bo : address .
' grief of elevation or deptoai6nritbca ?,'r '' LILIY'n1VA1'P: & COtt". No. 13, Chamber* Ilr ot,sear Chatham it.
tea df jO'orof but costa ,
Themes to excite gratitude and love contains specimens
health or .sickness our Cos ton fcb1G. It I a ftgntl'wclvc Line I
or povcrtjr > ,
remembers, how, While we retrace with Memosy's pointingwan3 t -- Pica to l'carl-eomprislng I4i
,"but at this season r ,'t PBOSPCCTUSor forms of Itoman
infancy and youth, ;p -J ,. '. Caps. ,with L 1 case. 1
periods '
i -in"the jcyouji review '* The 35 do Italic7 t
this gladdened his That calls the past to our. exact do

t the recurrence and cxhilirated of, his day senses.. The man The dangers we have coped, the brok n. A M A K A W'TA I ; "5 6 do du, title titieltalia'.du ItorriarY\do do
heart .
matnreragehood lives over the sc nesof boy, snare, Semi-monthly Journal of Literature and Hdo kh'd Roman' do d
of ,
Tho disappointed foe, deliverance found the,Arts. do
and tbemAtron sees leflected in her a. 17 do. .t AntiqiiS. 'fdd' do

daughters the excitement end anticipationswhich Unlookcd for, life preserved,:and,peace,re- B, Brown 6. H., Broitn. Editor*. 12 do laccw.! < do .., rya

gave interest to the domestic rejoicings stored, MOfQt.Lan'jwo years have clapted since fr do "" Open Black dot, dn

of the season. The family.circle, on Fruits of Omnipotent, eternal.love. the commencement "rjhe.'Amarantb: and ? do Script .. t da dif

this anniversary, exhibits its :'most 'delight.. 'Nor" should we, madly, like an impiousworld during that period it has ,received a steady 6 do Gcrm'n Tt'x(do do

: ful and improvibg phasis: increase.of patronage To be fn taultis C5, doTtyo! Pne rorti'ri'taps wllli fiss--
Who deem religion frenzy,and bGod, the common lot of humanity, ahd we, make } 1 dog Tnvo lines: Italic capitals.
Time, as he passes'them, has a dove's wing That made them an intrudcron their joys, no pi etencd:!of an exemption from the charge; .10' do' &.'d'Caps of Various triads

Unsoiled, and swift,and of a silken sound. Start at this-awful deem his however,our intentions are to have. ',as few 6 do Ope4' do do
.name, or 1
Our Puritan Forefathers have suffered A jarring nofe., [Boston Courier.PARLEY'S praise. errors as possible while we endeavor that, 7 do' Italic capitals and figure" <
some reproach on'account.-tof their strict onr.productions shall bo acceptable to our Besides ornamental letters, backsloftc

r observance of this aneual'puUiothanks.giving : 'readers, and >approved b; tbecommunily"in' musiclottcry figures,, piece ,fractions, scpbriors -
MAGAZINE. 'The Amaranth takes in ;'astr:,Domical and
I :general. part othcrsigns
", t i and it!snot uncommon,even at the, Circular to Parent,Teache-aSchool: Committees t'ne discussicn.of religion or politics, andin rulesPrasa roles, ornamental: ,dashes spam(lone:

f present:itroe, to hear a certain, class'of people and all who feel an interest', in. the adhering to this rule,wo have excluded ma:* braces, more than two hundred kinds of

I ; sneering at the solemnity of the dissenter improvement of,youth. I ny articles from,its cdlutnns! : The darns! regulation IxH-dcrs, and 'mord lian 1000 kinds of eats e

I ; and ridiculing the observance or-tlris I ii not quite a )'ursinc Parle)'*,Magazine will be continued, although elegance' and' ornaments for school bonks, newspapers

I festival as' a remnant of Puritanic supbrsti- ,wa eommenced,during that short power and poignancy may* sometimes re* and scientific::,wprk'*;gnicrslorany of

: trot:, arid vulgarity. Let tho'Bcoflere! hate penod the number of subscribers Lave, increased ceive a denial. Tbe. wotic isnow'' f crma- which. or composing sticks cases chase*

', their jest. 'We,:would not, hile"we\yjsh. to !OOOO, and the work' has received ; nently established, although at its commencement &c.eihlbeexpectedtvltlitbcutcnostprnncp.

,;R'; to preserve and ..sustain the character of every where, the most: unqualified ap there treroprobablfthose wk&presageditdnration 'titude.a'J large stock being always on hand.
I I probation. It has,found its ,to, thousands to bo but likn will also'
[t I; New England forego'in\e'j jot ot tittle of our way JonaVs' They execute orders fur printing
of families, and while, it has entered It has been: inlc &c.which
I .for the (consecrated gburd. patronised by, those presses, ;: i lie)' will furnish. r.t ,
J regard,, festivity.Yo, : the social circle oaobtrusive lessons '
whom tire,should feel proud ,to, name, were: trifmabuf.aclittcl 8 prices.
enould.feel ourselves to be the degenerateposterity have, we trust, often had a salutary ,influence we permitted,and of whoso continued kindness -,, Printors'of'newapapera. will please pub-
: of pious'and patriotic ancestors 'on the juvenile''mind and heart It\ and attention fish this aavcrtisemcnt
\ } d :: we tavp assurance. ( iUl} tin's not e)Ihrcll!
traitors to tbe"dus of. religious Gmt political has also found its way to the school room ;''. I. The columns of tho Amaranth embrace times, sending( a paper containing' it to the

t", freedom,and aliens from the commonwealth '. and many classes of pupils,have been cheered : original tales;,essays, &c.:'from the pens of, Fo'indry{, and .receive payment When they

I of that Israel 1, to :whom God gave twice a month by the.:welcome'voice of I welt known anddistinguishcd .writers, and' purchase four times the.amount of their bills

: this i !land of Canaan if we should cease to the teacher bidding them ,to lay aside, for a we intend hereafter, to jmy'forsucJluticles from the.., F ctor1' '

{1'' .; honor and venerate this Institution. few days, the.class book which, they have as "'shall be ,acceptable, .from those ,whose ,- GEORGE BRUCE. & Co
I It' !' 'read over and over, perhaps twenty times, : communications will add interest to New .York., ,., .
VTbe<<,moral effect 'of-the observance ofthis any' ,
and read,the pages.of Parley's Magazine,= work extant.. We ale aware it will'puVus' (fc:; -Crdcro for the above Foundry willb.
'l not the least the benefits :
:day ta
among The demand tho'work
w..be used in
) to much but resolved attended
i '. expense, we arc to do }o immediately if sent to
that have flowed from the ,
and schools is
sufferings '
increasing. in : ,
every:thing our power to render the work" > A.-.K.; MILLER.
t,i '. labors,and sacrifices of the,Pilgrim Fathers; JEbcoorsged1' by suchunexampled success,- worthy; a liberal support, and the only 'way, No.4 Broadst.Charleston. : S, C.
Who can tell how oft the lessons of' die publishers have,.resolved to render itstill *%r* *
l 1I 1It piety : to receive: the! encouragcment'ofrlo! public"i t )', ,:; : .
and gratitude, impressed on his ;infant understanding more worthy' of so.liberal a patronage;' to pay wcll.writtcn' { arhclcs.-W e make, I, "" .--_ _
,!;.I ,'ton the day':of'public thanksgiving -' and not to remit theirexertions' till tkey ECO ,!O' pretensions tea superiority< it introduced into, l
;; ,have been renewed: and made Citron.-: throughout the whole families length and and breadth' schools} literary works;' we have ,no, hired editors ': January 2d:1C:35.: ,
tber association i of : to puff us into noticenor'do tot send forth a i j The. attention of / )
J\\ 1t rand1cbpcr: by which; he'Voited.6! tel*, loded I incrtjhanlsjuid otlicrs i
to '
long- prospectus; own
sty, juuMjt return brings ? These In this view trumpet our ieqnestcd''tu tho'subjoined'sections' of an
"th.1t ,
they secured
}'t ; new :aid.., literary consequence,,and promising to'out(";; i ,At
to ojvtrobraw 't he.incidents i of.a iathe editorial department.! The late editor nosh others. No'o'ur journal can : Spanish
speak for
r"r"o: << r' ofahorter' period, according 'to age' of the ,Juvenile Itantbleiwho' in addition itself'atd! we wish: ,for nq one,to BUbicribc : ; Vessels"annrovcttGOtJ. W A. :WHITF.fIiAI June& *).

) ; In tb6.youth,they aVe limited, of course, to to his qualifications as a' writer tot the i r unless he thinks it deserving of'patronage e*- 5:.' ', 4 ''- C'OM.ECTra,
; the raof'cVildhood \tho young, has the 'advantage'of many years experience ; Nothing is admitted into Clio Whiclr cc
f't y_ ,, _raero : as a teacher, will henceforth paper Sec,; tgrmmatid'yifo .thff first dar, ".F
i I' grlhuatap exiiteucej in the aged they comprehend sist-in conducting it., .as_* dote not possess merit albrim''poetrytand '' ) March next, Spanish .Vessels.coming from
,.innumerable I and communldationslipon : ie4lubJecta i-ithtf IMand'of' Cuba" or' Porto Hico either
;1 We propose to present in the of fiyrot.unler ,
progress ,unless of tbo .
: ,
very are directly 'tir1 '
ms\W Htm ardnrmll\lqrj1PIJbuQr eucb.paltmea. ..great, .yarfety, ,or. aterestinlowin g entireIY. clnded., Tl.e. .n.nw/tnnaM..i.. .. ...... .......i.....1...... '; shall after >touching at' any port or *
'\ -- -w --- **- '1.UN.i -_-_--_-_- place, pay in-th .of the Uuitcd
: : .1Ior--i..I- ____._ ports
: t and. who look & "' t' .... .. ..
evening:jwiht i can J backfI Natural r" Periodicals,with which the.Editors '; : : eilefAonoage duty in addi
: ,without I. History, of beasts, birds fish. are rt'C'ularly lion w the.tonnape
fI .thcsopcriodii' operiin ?ajbdus.; ; supplied, and every thing of.interest duty wLicb may be payable -
'I of es, reptiles.insects; plants,''tJo\1'et.J trees ,tinder.anT.otberlaw,
end sources pleasure, and perceiving a the human frame&c. and importance will)Iave aplace in its col; alcnt to the as shall be cqui-
I i thousand causes of, thankfuHcwt, To be umns. In'',noticing'new' publications amount discriminating dull
II.- Biography for : we, that would
; especially liftvabec'n
4 young. '
have/and imposed tho
gratified is to be happy. take ahindependeal car
III. -
Geography ; accounts of pt"cetlDan. goes imported in ,tlu sad
H 0. Ise\ any coo so{ thoughtless; asto ask, ners, customs&c.JV'i5afeUld. course i "shall not bb :governed by tivchyifthes snp had ) vessels, :caper
; : Wherefore should be' I bribery, but make' owns remarks devoid 'of been"exported frum
we grateful as the
a pea Voyages ; in. various fear the port of Havana in American bottom
< plot Let him contrast the condition this, parts. wort. or hope of favor. .The drama shall I ",Sec 24 JJeforc 'snch.
not be any vessel slnll
t i i -;: .naticurttith that of,roost of tho,nations ofEarope V. Lively descriptions the curiosities u share of altogctheimeglectcd notice the musical; but,rcc'ifeit. permitted (o clear out or depart: from a pot/t(%
: with%.that r the: bide of nature and art ; in each of the, United department, al of the United1 States 'with
I > kingdomsSKd to,,;will coiamand'a'slrare;:of attention' v a cargo nllch
States and in : ; ,
; other
countries shall :
1 empires'.Asia. "and Africa bCdirC'cUr.'or.indhC'Ctly'
.,'andwitliI The work': is embellished destined tw
VI.Leuons occasionally with i
I Cbttjfefthjfcevrbom' republics" .vf ,on objects'that :daily stir- engravings executed in ; ,cither, of the .said.Idands, ,tLo,said vessel
South \Jhe :
round children to the
.... parlor shall)
1 ; pap melt
I Attd to nursery ear- music ., further lo'nnago
I merl C3QnOt be duty asshaii
at Joss for i. den&c. Accounts of trades, and accompaniments for the Piano J? bc'cqul'valcnt'totho
1 I '1 < employ.menu. Forte, flute, amount 'of discrimina
y. ems ,.-Ujanksgivjng iqthq ,,AJujughty Tbrtermstovcitj iub.criben'ooe : 'ting dulf
U.at/\vonld ..be ,
4/I I t Jer. of'Nations. ,Is not gur.country as :. 'VII., Particular duties of':the' to./ dollar And fifty cents,. in ad- ; time being the, pavaM fur lie
young ; upon if
,healthy;a*fruitful,u.robin,the:'comforts I .'parents" teacberabroherasiters, &c ,Alour-countr anceor twodollara at tho end; ofaix month.,. tLo port of Havana;in cargo American imported bnttol into.

And conveniences of life, as'the most favor- ;1 II:VHI." Bible lessons and'stories. 'postago'oritlieirpapeis"eve; subscribers' 'tvilLbe' taxed ** Soc. 3. No spanjsh vessel shall be al-:

'tkH&liion'thgtbbetls'dot(the'hbor of "IX; Narratives web: as irehell'authea { shall.exact.but J' lovredto clear out
i ono dollar, or depart.frortt a cf
ifahU1.paid inadvanco port
\1Je Heated, rigirialtal i.- ; other:' ,the I United
usWndaaatir( A iterprize of the 9 : wise they will be charged the usual subs Styles, Jiitb'any goods, wares or 'i
,""ercil : tbo'aWl brthe' 'm clWai' X' Parables rabies*,and ties These p' mcrcLandiee, except trpona dcs'tiriatiofl
V rec: i : proverbs' s,where. regulations {will be to
I 1e2pibenhy{ '"t.,and;are. pot all t13, morals is,obvious. and excellent. adhered to. '. strictly y some Porto r ort or place. in tie Island Cuba *'?

\ Jfclasseaot: pJe.aUiberty to da' what.they XI. Poetry I adapted to'the,youthful ear : No subscriptibnareeeivca t.a distance. proved Rico, without pivinpr bond! wild aff-

i i., .Will with bi:earning*,of.their labor,.:iheir opacity and feelingi (except from' agents,) anless'accoinpauic d vessel and securityindoublc4le value of-tU-

: kill and' their enterprise And ,.if, fonot XII. Intelligence; ''embracieg'aecounts : with tbo payment for ,one year in advance. cargo that. jllfe'sald 'cargo or.
we < An any part thereof shall ''
,of.Juve'iebookssocieties edition off the ,
natbe'landgd in
,"I, the fullest aDdremarka. paperispublishcd, at East ci
". enjoy measure of political I Bridgewate tJier,af-the said Jslands-rwbicU t
oceurtenoes. Mays; ; where all comm Dica bonfju-ai
Jjedpm;hpse.faulUs' itbut,, pur own Many a tion'J&0.must be addressed to be: 'cancelle4. nn.pftxlgcinff ,ceAucato. ,
o1.tbcu'subJecli Ceotro' II.
,i If rulers and fmagi trat s; and men having j atad teautif'ul wU1 be illusli tjdib7pumeyoys J Drownspost paid.or.they wilt',remain dea d from ,*n American.. Cons;. ,1LU.tbQ saW ti
*IhorityarobadtnbnWhobuttbo' engravings, pre. in the office. We cargo liaibceri landed Elsewhere, bona fide
people .pared by the,best artisto and selected are obliged to adopt this 'and'
ttt..eespodaihl4 tbt the ilb",,.they may aufl r a:view not,onlj to adorn'thVwortr, but wU to rule,asonr postage' hai become a heavy. tax In one vf {intentiott; to reship j it fur' a port
: thcsifd JsJancfsfnlStm -?" -
i iW'conseqtteaoe of abuses of Iniprova the taste upon ua >
> &'power-- l y .icmtivate. .the mind, slid r
r ked'ed'ralca. "We WUetheaflectbnsofthe' '' The next volume of''thc Amaranth ,
ought\at letst'to be youth to,appro. "
t i.l, M Wet we biro.. \he nftWet'to, rcturm6ttst *riat*"ud' worthy 1 object We would size and issued weekly $4 per annum', of the ,-

, 'by ttepoln' the.. beu.r siatera subscribers
)t."t'; : ,better pupils, better who wish, to, Lave
fl1: +, 5 i eepotio, itttL tctire t ;ate and, |III fee end, b.tt..cit1&eu.; aaoci. thej paper, will please notify ins:before the C ON411 UI:9totnnsactCeacra.Igetp:

' JN VbtBRntfcIt .. ltd, q taWarcalielr,retires ,We,. the fiienda ,t1I.d.. ,.........:.._ ; ____ I expiration tho volume----.- A ;......_...:._._. _.&,_ p --,, _.. : ,
---- ? <*
ivitn uose.ttei n : V H* wuiuiivNOiijUiutncsa
; arq mom virtuous. patrioti a j'parenta and editlop will also
teachers be..CODtiDUe4 atKeJWc
tisualit Iles Las
to M t1"
l view 'the a OIJiou'Vare
nd'is.' ;bt' :thick $J.&
us HQ'en.h t we matter jn this light. Let children look 0.'i House,and guods will bo *akcijoajHorag8

i ?, ,,htiellbOJfAQ\b! e.4ntlr -, .,on the -pictures, not .pictures-.merely up Ourexctaage: 't baa increased to- .reasonable rates., *
}t -;u.at.. riI-1Yhicb 1C bullet them be ; such au extent that, [nov..
they Clo-at taught to study them.. What WQ are oblied to eraser 8j 1834Mtf.j .
the wortf,'band luf jaet orary; 73 can ba more rich valuable materials for in. much many valuable papera .from list, aDd ", ? *... '
" wiU be but people structive lesson tbaa 'good against our inclination however
tru4to engraving to WEare authorized to' '
tiosewbo Cof c1
have announce
Until"bri4lnpJua and :still continue o
of to ,
shed- perform duties that our principles lists pub. GADSDEN
areariite4 and our as'a caedil-
ak prospectus we ahall feel
purposes we the io ate to
"prescn t g to_them by their of all vbo, receive'this circular cooperation bound, to fiteDd towards>them the duty represent the Territory Floridain
hand the
"m.irabI4 'J\tutinn .._', .:. aid us bj your influence thu Will you fellowship.Nov. f f 24th Congress of the United. 'States,

et!1Mfa., .. .;..:t jTq: j. r.tt""nb- ,the formation' of mind and character great work the, :lit J3S4, ,
j t11tnD8 lad' & r rising gcnetation* Will you WE are authorized to aDnou'n o Colons
: f> tANe: tttga, assist us all in 111 the \
enrol;*e sli hayp&za1 pry ream your power, to cnieavota to introdde Ilperior COWl o.ltAe &lIllttfJI Judicia1 -- WIHTfitfa candid
t' ...,.enooBIa tb Efi l'aur' ittnritJ) bNti. to.Americsascbgola,parlors and besides, District f 1oridtJ.. In ate the to represent tbe Territory of Florida,
: the stories and lessaoa.f Richant Robert 24th Coagres of the Uuited ..
"tD !4d n; r Life itself-ti i4itf f tbf .vEvery single Parley's Magazine VS. !t t te

,J 1J ![ tq'tt "::hon kiiffiX.Jint will biTe to a strong aaoabergt paper coyer the,new abundantly volume 67 Dales"eduV or Cotton, pickI.i AimlraJty- :WSarc: authorized" to:announce. Major

r .. preserve the work In good ordep at sea i ; t WVATTas a candidate
"f.l 9 fOf Wnding u4 foe .olla IChOOLt. A ti ; Jntel'fsted' the t. represent: the Territory'of Florida
) \ above ,
Tbeei ieetitid i ostloa hed wor1dJJr.) .) !I'M 70ut baoti 4eta ol1A cloUV I .ot. are be bll1oll1ied' ,that all the residue case in the 24th' Congress or.tLo-. United. Stater
Nlep MewPip e re the lipp.esc the money for which the, ..
$ '
ticabile above
I enurydvimpnsonmetjt )t7 oK keepIu wu told by the Cotton ,
Ga I :: 0. 10 paanl thousand 'Manha1 or this 1
. --'OHIWIIO: pwaibr t| ... tbeiora a e District, 'I authorized'
, oTo r..r..4oatt1t ; iadpewsble that ,Jt fAt PtJmrot of the salvage aDd to aninounee Colonel
'we iibould I upeJ1- y v
J wvire.payment & ray, ba ad cause, has been paid WILLIAM JJ NUTTAL:' a* ,*
I' iototLeJle.
be ""'getle :than emu,, 'hire, : I troj e Court. where it will 'candidate ta represl&i the Territory of

1Ida nest pe[+feel jatefttl 1,fo ib' ratractedtjydaesitet'H Two Dua1Jori wilt for.nine rgoothaualest sooner remala Florida,in the Z4th COD-cs 'Df1bc United
,, r the tenon or penoDl entiUfd to clairacA th'i : r. '_-- ', .. #<..

: T.d.bed 3e Ofctti&S35S5 I 'QrLI'or t tfrJ legally authorized ageat: *' : .t'7' ..,.,., iT. .,1-. _: >- .. ,- .

respect pald to tbo..e'tuttr. l Qltli;, i _JS5ByJSSiiJKtt! Dfli.It.A. :If. DAY fin i.. : 41JLI \.8H8U, tkTTOR ,Y

". (GUm9mJ 1Et1'C01i r 1).0. ..II ,AND COUNSRLLOR AT LIt / W

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