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 31, 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: UF00049046:00017

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.WI' << makimifWMercury; )vehiclft
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/. > general informa'Hori all! classes of the

pTbhshed. every Saturday rIVE DOL. V .. scmmupity,'.e,shall' atoll tlmct''CndeaV6ff
LARS per annum. to present to our patrons, regardjeas'of\ 1 u.'
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of boror expense, the latest Commercial and'ulltical

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for' ENOVZEUJ. Intelligence, both Foreign, aW I
the first insertion,,and Seventv-Fivo Cents Dom tid | with as great a varietyof t.,
for cActi subsequent continuance.< vcrlUemeuU will be continued until, otherwise its,will permit._ Our column*'will 'remain 1
ordered. :None. will bo consideredless "':" J(j- 1 L Open to the temperate discussion 'of anf q

than a square., .. 'rl{ NsO EDITOR .& PtJ3IOSiIEK.. subject connected with'the public good e.I1dlnl .- :

No subscription will ,be discontinued= J I' L.D: f. all scurrllllt: and personal. ..pleen.tn .-
at the of the Editor, until all j j'or. JOB,irhateverwill.bepductive: or speeily -
unless option ""*' \ t. KEYlYEST SATt/hD AY, JANUARY 31, 1835. NO., 10.. rendering i beneficial: the varied natural 1
arc paid. :
arrears -- t ttdrama 1
All letters to tho Editor business' ; : ; gas of our States elgvatmg, fne commercial
must be Post Paid. ", ;, and conductirg a, ship or vessel In or out, casting type by.hand, Ion:*deside'ratrim y character,of our city. or, meliorating S
ovoany' ,part of the Florida Reef., Second I the European and,American Founder,'.&I. the moral social,bd political condi
K'th"e information of Mariners generally, ply.from any part;of the said Reef to the"port, by'.American ingenuity, and.a'bn.expen, tion Or.btU' people will meet wither ftAIoat;
we havo procured from the Collector the ,of Key West or to Indian Key or.thirdly :diture of time and money,ontbep of bur' and,humblo support. "f' 14

following schedule of the situation of the ,through either of the channels leading into senior partner, first successfully accomplish CONDITIONS. : : i
Light fouscs along the Florida'shore, tho port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, ed. Extensive use of too machine cast let ":" i
under his'sunerintcnce. .to wit for ovory foot of water.which such tar, has fully tested and established.. itsaaperiority TL Savannah Mercury wilt WpublUhei '

CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary ship or vessel may draw, the sum'of two dol., .iq every particulaV-oirerlhat' aat daily throughout year,on a super royal I
Situated on the South side, of Key'Bis. Jars;and for everyday wluch.such! pilot by,the old process. ,. f ", fbeet. at Seven Dollar per annum, payaoltf.seimannuaUy .
cayne, about 400 yards from'the beach.- may be detained or employed on board fench The Letter Foundry business will hereafter advance. tf*'"

The Light may be considered 70 feet abova ship,or vessel, tho further,sum of ,two do!- bo carried on by the pat ties before The Mercury for the co jntry wllibe p\ib- ,
the level of the sea distant from, the .gulf tars. '. 'Darned under'the firm of WhiteHagar&co., mhcd to meet the arrangement cube mails
ntrcamliboul miles. Vessels drawing 10 Their specimen exhibits a complete series 'throb times
fc&mav.. approach within 2 1-2 mites of tbo Sec.li/iiin:7; Bctt further enacted Yf. That every. front Diamond to 14 tines Pica. The Book vannah Mercury andxyrill bo lent to all

fig:.it.- Lat- ; 25'47 N-Long. 80 42. W. vessel West ;; pfli either t.indian; Sk i* or c'ft"Ke;;,f. and ;Newt type being in the most. modern J parts of the Union,or delivered.fro the City, ir;*,-
wrecking'and "' '< ;
LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA .itn ted light and style. : < ; 'J at Four. Dollars per annum, payable in ads ,
on Carysford's Rqcf,near"the site of the rcfin Kiff to receive a pilot, on board:' White, Hagar Si Co. are' agents'' for:the or Five at the expiration .of six f ,,1,1vaace
old! one, in Lat., 25 03 N.-Long.,80 27 \\\. shall, spoken by said pilot :sixTmiles 'respectively sale of the Smith and 'Rust Printing Presses months. It will:contain all the Intelligence, fl ".

t W It is easily distinguished, as two ,distinct from, Indian, ;aforesaid, or which they can furnish to their customers Commercial, Political,,I Literary, and Mncellaneous I'I'
lights are shown, which can, generally bo from tho.said Light House,on the Island of at'the manufacturer's prices. Chases including advertisements, pub- ,
seen at tho distance of 12 miles Its ob: Key West, ho neverthelessand it is hereby ,Cases Composition, Sticks, Ink and every lishcd in the daily paper.., \-

ject is to warn vessels from tho dangerous made subject to pay.full rules of pilotage,as article used in the Printing'Business,' kept ,Advertisement,:will be conspicuously' Ja-

rocks and shoals near'which it is placed. though: such pilot had been taken on board' ,' for sale,and furnished on the shortest, notice. : serted in both papen.t, 75.cents per square, min i
VEST 'LIGHT Stands on 'the' but if not spoken more:than three mites! re. of fourteen lines -i"i,
KEY Old type taken in exchange for new for tho rintiasertion, ana:; I.V.f -
S. West Point of the Isjand of Key West, speclivety from the abovementioned places, at 9 cents per pound. thirty-seven' and a half cents, for,each-JUC5*'
and such refusal aforesaid '
then incase of .
1-2 ceeding publication '
is in Lat. 243.1.VN.-Long.81,52 14..13. NewApaperProprietot'l'wbo'giqtho' ; : r
i { W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels she shall ,bo liable to pay half 'pilotage, and, 'above three insertions, will be' entitledto All communications by Mail;'tasst fe'6postpaid.1 i

when entering the 'harbor: ;,, the, directions ,no more. 'Five Dollars in such articles as they may .!*'
See.:,8. Bo it ,further 'enacted, That no .. I
for which are as follows I' 'Bring 'the select from our specimen., 'J. :
N N. W. and sand fees shall ho demandable for piloting 'and New York .
I light to bear. tho Key 1833. GlUAPVALVArt.1iANntNT8nE9gQWOUK I .
conducting :\'cas liftllo same bo spokenat I'
tbo'Reefin any
Light to bear W. S. W. and, cross ''
you aless distance than threo'miles from the The family: Physician and Gazette of HuJ
about 5 fathoms water ; run for Kcy PROPOSALSFOR .
West Light until within ,twbjhllci, then light house aforesaid, or from Indian Key, man lAfe.! f 1 j

steer N. 1V. until you open Fleeming's Key provided, that this sicctich shall hot' bo held PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, ,: Being 'a'Library of.Health and Ilygchie: j p

.xvhich is a Mangrove Island in the.northern to extend to any; vessel going or coming A NEW'sPAPE8To '. and,, of, Popular and General' ModlclI' t
harbor tben'rua it. through the northwest }passage oftho; ,harbor "
part of the and for ,Knowledge, rendered familiar to every-
The host anchorage'is in the upper' part of of Key West,when spoken at the distance BE ENTITLED THE .individual: embracing;every:iubject con
oCho. miles and a half frorn's"aid light .
tho- harbor. Height'of the Light Houso nccted 'with. the 'prevention, treatment I '
house. KEY.WEST
from tho.level of the sea, 83. feet C inches. I ..... ENQUIRER., and cure:;of dlseases..the. Dualities
: ,oDmedicinestheir'
Stationary. Sec ,0- >Be it further enacted. ThatJnthe ,
Light -
event of master"of a vessel refusingto ;food and ill effect on ,
SAND: KEY LIGHT-Revolving once' any 'UNDERSIGNED beg leave re- : \
THE : IlcaIJhthe.lDrrNI.lJf. of
in-54 second It is the best light on tho pay any pilot for: his services tho amount lfuU1,'to offer,prepositions; to this medicines-the true secret?or patent I
principles of eat
coast j S. W. by S. from Key West Light. offces herein before provided, such pilot' :enlightened publid, to publish a weekly ing and drinking, creating and. drinking1*
Lat. 24 N 81 57 W. situated may, at discretion, sue out from,tho of- under the above M i
26 -Long-! lice oC the clerk of said court; an 'aUacb' newspaper title: It shall ,to live-domestic:cookery;-chemistry_
directly on the Reef The Light. 70 feetftbove ment returnable immediately to.tho said I be principally devoted to; Commercial In; and a great variety: curious, Valuable' ) I
the sea.TOR'rUGAS. tclliqence party controversy! shall: be 'tntlrcly and interesting knowledge of be
court,or'to the Judge thereof in Chambers, -; -
LIGHT-Stationary-on which I excluded.- importance ,to all, and hitherto- bidden
aga-nstthe vesselpiloted! spoken, .
of the Islands the I "
one Drv'Tortugas near from the
said in Chambers shall1' Tho undersigned( is mass.of mankind. ,
western extremity of tho Reef, in Lat. 24 Court or the Judge fully aware: of the
31 N.-Long. 83 10 W.AN summarily and without jury, proceed to examine : difficulty of the task ho is about to undc!. Contributed,- to by,a number of' practising '

into tbo facts and law of the case, [ take, and in consideration ,of his! want of Physicians.The ,
ACT to provide for tho appointment i and decide accordingly to its merits but if l1a. object of. tile,; work ik in protons ... &&i
obtained the b
of Pilots aud experience, polite,offer of "
to regulate the rules of
the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall I ry subject connected with .diseases and it
Pilot go at the port of Key West,and for not be within tbo jurisdiction of.the court, I assistance from friends, whoso ago anc| treatment,which, by its simplicity and perspicuity .

-. other purposes. the said court or Judge in Chambers shall qualifications render them competent'to of its details, shall enable all
: Sec.JU.Bo it enacted by the Governorand and mar on the return of attachment.. tIJQ task,. .For<< his own .party he pledgeshimself wish, to be thoroughly,informed who
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Legiilaliv"A bunottotherne.itory of- "n --.. ,._ ,'! 'tliaf 80 far hw..health',and intereting and of kcbuccs.all
t .
l'-.c. "' ; important
tlm .
Florida, That from ind.a&or passage I Clde aecordiogly- splitigiil'wllt.I .j i" ,
this act.tho Governor the'said Territorybe I Passed Feb. 15,1834. upon tho utmost,rogularity.in the publication rants- of socfeiy need imfieuille4tfa&on 1 r
and he is hereby authorised by and with JOHN WARREN, of the-paper. sine* they must $uggost themiolies t4 R

the advice and consent- of said Council during i Pres. Legislative Council. Great pains will bo taken to obtain'the every reflecting mind. Under; the influ

tit annual sessions,to appoint such number : Approved Feb. 15,1834 earliest and most correct intelligence of ence of the diffusion iouod medical know '
of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key ledge among all classes( empiricism must! 1'ji t
West, and tile adjacent coast in northeast TYPE FOUNDRY. Wrecks and Wrecked Property, and'also disarmed .of the dangerous ."e.'pon.fib ;
erly direction from said city, and tho ex H AVING Purchased of Mr.RICHARD reports 'vessels passing near tho Florida which it wars so successively against the life

treme northern limits of the County of MonV RONALDSON his long, established and [Uecf. M M of man; the abusive employment; of medicines ,

1 roe,as he may deein' necessary, expedient, very extensive Type Foundry" the subscribers (T-GEJTJ.EME.X: friendly to the under so baneful to health.wiifgfre place to ;a i
and advisable: provided the numbcrso appointed have formed a, co-partnership for' the dicing[ subscript'O and the rational administration' 'Jot remedial i'

in any one year shall not exceed purpose of continuing said business,and for forward thunaihes: to tho Editor as noon as ,agents, and the scientific and,..experiencedEhysician
twelve. tho convenience: of1 their;' friends 'and pat .. : will bo aided id his effort to al- p-

Sec 2. Be it further enacted That such rons,have removed their'establishment to a possible., suffering of humanity. ,N I
I pilots so appointed before entering on> the more central part of the cityAs it h| their Ji ATKINSOK' ing that can add to the utility 'of the qt4'I''I''I'I 11

discharge of their duties as such,shall each intention to keep on hand a good assortment Odor. ii1834.PROSPECTUS., ___ .. shall' be neglected. The principle of 4 4t :
become bound in an obligation with one or of the best type'', and to make such additionsand : .. : aDd rcrlmeD shall bo explained, "rind their j I ,;
more good and sufficient securities, 'to bo improvements as the taste. of tho, trade << application enforced.' The Ingredient of a', ,
approved of by the board of wardens, ora and the wants of the country require, they secret remedies shall be given I and the whole p.
majority of them;for the port ,and harbor aforesaid flatter themselves, that this establishmentwill or TUB'' / 'subject materia medica shall be discussed t

in tho sum of one thousand dollars, merit a large share' of patronage. They SAVANNAH MERC'URY.A ,"and explained in a' lucid and simple style., t

conditioned for the faithful, diligent, ,and have now several fonts on hand, which can DAILY)MORNI f G rlrCR, (KrA:; premium of 5100 will, be awarded y
able performance oftheirduticswliichbond be turnished at a few hours notice, ,and are Devoted to Commerce -Agriculture-Pol. 'to the .fatero the best essay (aot exceed d\t.}

when executed shall immediately he placedon prepared to make fonts of all weights and itics-Literature-and General, leg ?0pagc octavo) on the, advantages :to 't? a"
Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga ; the community of the general diffusion of ,
file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior sizes from Intelligence : : !
of said at the cost variety of'Ornamental Letter. medical knowledge The essays are td be I
Court great
County, proper To be edited and published in the city .
of directed paid the editor in all W ..
ur such pilot. Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, Rrau post to '"
.Savannah/ Ceo. '
Sec.3. Be it further enacted, That in Rule, and other ornaments will be found to June next. "; ? Ii

any event of the unfaithfulness, insobriety be very extensive, of which specimens will BY,presenting WM. BALDWIN to the :HARRISON.the The'award of,the premium will depend 1 ifnpli ,
of be shall be forwarded to Printers as soon as they prospectus
criminal negligence any pilot, of the Savannah Mortury'aJu.t regard upon the decision of several eminent'pbys- : ;
upon the petition of any twenty respectable can be prepared.PrlntingPresses. Icians. \
for the feeling of those TO expect to
of description,
citizens of laid city,or of a majority of the every
serve,as well aa a compliance which time -Edltaii postmaster* and
said board of wardens so appointed tbo Printing: Ink of the most approved qualities ( ofBen--are
has sanctioned,render it tot rive Invited to act aa'egeatav I a
Governor to that effect.be removed from of. Composing Sticks Brass GallcysImposingStones necessary rofpect/Ulfy Any : .t.
ficeand besides he proceeded agaiostby Cases, Paper and Press., Boards, a briof synopsis of the principles which abaft person who remit ten dot -will bve ten 4\ ,
may us in our editorial 'duties >Wo are copies forwerdeddini. Penon I'I
Presses, Furniture, together witha govern I remitting :
mode ,
indictment in'ordinarycases
jis with tbe.belief that in A government I dollar will have
assortment of all ,articles used impressed ; one eight .number sent.- :
and conviction fined ia & sum complete ,
ineanor, on ,
like ours.tbe preservation of'tbo'Lib'erties : All distant communication to be
Office will be kept constantly aodieugdto I
thousand dollars to bo/ In'a Printing i'
not exceeding ono 1
the their
People mainly depends the edatorpo. 0 Cortiandt street, :New "
assessed by a jury, and shall moreover be on hand. virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the York,(and mutt be tub-*
Small fonts, suitable for llook-binders, : ;post Yearly
liable tea suit on behalf of any party aggriev raid' ,
dissemination of sound politlcallmo.ledge. scribers
to .
ed,on the,bond so as hortmbcforo provided, ,in' great .variety' may be had when called, among them, and beiag actuated by a sincere : %.The editor.commence bat great pleasurefia 1. being ".... ,, ,
be executed by him. "
to desire to advance the ,of State '
for.Older cause able to the of many
Union will be announce approbation
all of
from .
Se 'Constitutional al shall
Rights Liberty,we eminent ofLeif
attended to, medical aeDUelpeto.the flan
such and mod carefully
except as may have been .appointed promptly ,
the State
support tbo,doctrine of Rights publkstica. -
for all "
aforesaid in.supplying *oaT* .
as ,and have compliedwithallthecondittons and particularly
: Bin Party of Georgia,aa set forth in the Virginiaaud -) I '
specified in the second section fonts furnished by their predecessors,
of this act,shall charge any compensation ny It Ronaldson, and Richard: Ronaldsoo. Kentucky Resolution of 178890iand -]{; ,T'liE Subscriber: would Iofcmbijfri.p4* i

for services lie.may perform as pilot,he Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby which were so triumphantly maintained and the public, that he i it prepared .to r
the State of it 825-6
shall be doemed guilty of high'misdemeanor, L. Johnson, as heretofore. by assist j attend to any t business,that may be entrusted \
and conviction thereof, shall be fined in .JOHNSON It SMITlf.Ne. thereby inperpetuatiogttieingsitunable to bis tare fa the ,
on treblethe pf St. Philadelphia, 1833. !blessing we enjoy ,under our pret-i AUCTION ANDCt>>lAflSSION LINE, ,
alum not exceeding amount 6..George t't.
compensation received by ,him to be assessed ():; 'Publisher of Newspapers who insert cot form of government, ajnd,, which are I :ills office up stair to Mn F.ADrooe' i\
provided that this act shall this advertisement, and forward a paper guaranteed unto us,so long sue each depart .W..Uouu. where bemay: at all time be '
a jury ;
by or her kept within :its ate| '
moMt is : lejitio>
J. It will be entitled to bund.
notbe held to extend to the master or raarloerofaby containing it to $ ,
of action. We in (A.or.f opportuttitylof
licensed wrecking vessel, on $3, payable settlement of their accounts"b'eo sphere are ,, a He take* this rendering '
Florida Rcef.on board of any suchwreck.ing their\ bill amount to not less than SID; strict construct joa of the,Constitution-raM thanks for past favor*, arid hope, by unremitting t
vessel which J. & 8. onposed'te all ..f.tewIdea.. have for>lheir 'attention to )bushes, to merit a
board of
vessel',or oa, any taxiog of tb poaoy tor tho beoet continuance. of publicpitrooaffe.JOS. .

has fceen cast, away, unless such vessel .. tVIItTE'& WILLIAM.'HACJAR, fit of has been spoken by a regular
so cast away : R ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printer Commerce or, domeftlP Udustry- ja4 shall .. IDee.t8. ,, '
pilot at least six miles from the light house ,
have resist all c ocfoicbr< tnU ,by the FederalGovernment ,.
the United State whom tier: 'J -
of tor -
on the Island of Key West, and
k on the ri&tIJ'- the Statue ;
Sec S. Be it further enacted, That all lone been individually known. established formed tha liberties o/ the.PecjJe. But whilst .4 JB '$SpBSCRIBER. eipectrully |aJL -'

suits and prosecution provided for in this Letter Founders that they have now and thus expreta our preference for.|h'. princi formf Ltr... and t1.put71 Jo. that
act,shall be had in the Superior Court of a co-partnenbip in said business;, pie of the State: Riefat Party t-f Ocorgia; tile#prepared td do all kUd*of J OB FR1N* '
the County aforesaid'or before the Judge hope from their united skill and experience ,leaf a .nticfltob *incM
all who we ths.1l rapport that party only to *. TINGE ll. popes byatt ,
satisfaction to
be able to give foil
thereof in Chamber to 4
they adbwe to-tbosepriaczNleir-atrmottp to merit a UbeiaJ .
u Sec. G. Be U further enacted That the may t.1,01"Lem with order beutg eBphaHo Hy M PrincipUs not meah .u.mTKH IWr.
following foe and rates of pilotageheIJt.w- The Introduction machinery, in placeof 110 'ao4 .
Ud CMW .._ides to 'R ltaM rijbtt 4W "WMtsK9Y,
ed to each and pilot,first for piloting erery the tedious .and unhealthy jpactke- 1'i i I


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fII propose the
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STUB* /PiRArw."1*> M- From.Uiq t1** Boston' '' Cen- I inquired 1 how long die hind had been*' "' COLLECTOR'S OFPICJ5 1W1 such-volume, a great'variety ofinteres'tirf.proton Cf

tinel) of Thursday we :r01lowing covered by the wtcrs.Cis: this a question, ; ; January 2d 3835.'Trieritcnton C important topics, among which arc the fo'!
the late foraman like youtrihisepothasalwaysTbecn { of merchants and heriis ,1\
'the result ol trial in that said they, ) lowingNAlural .
remarks on what it is now.' -liogain: :.lequcste'dUoStbe'' subjoined scctton 'of'an ; : History, of beaus, birds! f f51., ,
CHyt- returned ( and the sea .< concerning tonnage,duty on SpanisJi cs, reptiles insects, (
i inception 600 years afterward tree,
This whole.transaction from irs ',
Juno '
; i ad disappeared 1 inquired of a man who, :Vessels" approvrld0th 1834 the. hutnhn frame, &c.
'.to 'the ,final vcrdic'tof thd Jurjv asbeen' ; *> \V. ,
.A. II. Biography' } especially for the
in. the stoacl, ) alone upon the spot, how long ago youn-r'
ono of the most and.her ,, \ '" .y. Geography ; accounts of places,
vessel.IS .this change 'had taken placO, ; gave"mo "'Sec'1'Protriand'aRerttcgisdar inan.
annals of crime.{ An American ; : < of ners, customs &c.
ihemidstor the thesame answer.11s I had received be next, 'Spanish' Vessels ,
March Coming from IV.'Travcls and
encountered by piratesin; Voyages ; in
hundreds of miles from land, and afore.. L3stryon coming back again after tho Uland,of Cuba or Porto Rico, ..citherdirectly "parts of 'the'world., various

for ocean aught; "-that the parties concerned knew an ?'equal' lapee, of time, I)( found there "'aflounshingcttymuto *or :;after Couching at any port or' V.. Lively descriptions.of the curiosities

to'the as far ,from any other vessel I ; populous I and more place, ahalrpajjr t. hit 'ihe ports of the, Untied of nature, and art ;: ini each of the United
contrary American, crew, were driven below nth in buildings' ,than "e crty r had Fe nthoirst States, such further tonnage duty in' addition Statcs' aiid in.other countries '
TIle '
I menaced.with instant death by time; and when} would .fair have to the tonnage dutywhich'map be payable VI. Lessons on.objects that daily: sir
beaten, its under any other law as shall bo equir-. round.>'children in tho
fearful odds armed at all ,points, against informed myself concerning origin, the ; parlor, r.uraciy, gar.
4 loss alcnt to.tbe amount of discriminating 'duly den&c. Accounts of trades: and
and inhabitants answered Its use fs
them compelled to give up S20.000, : that would have been.imposcd on the car- !.. ",
finally locked down below1: A band of des in remote antiquity: wearq inorantrhaw goes imported. in' the said vessels; rcspec- Vie| Particular' duties of t IC'rOUt f

pcradoes ransack the vessel seize upon, tho long it hns existed; and Our,fathers ,were*, lively,if the same had been exported ,from. parents,, teachers: brother, sisters, &c.!; -' to .

nautical instriiracnta,-wantonly cut the on this saljcct, as ignorant ourselves.1 tho port oMlavana in American bdttoms."Sec. VIII. Bit>lc lessons and stories
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sails. and rigging,-break the binnacle .0.0-0' 3. Before; any inch vcsset shall be '" IX. N'arrativcs.t''such "
a are well '
destroy the compass,-collect the most From" .the N/,'/:Advocate.. and Journal. permitted to Clear out or depart from a port Heated.oi'iginaltnle .

I : combustible materials at hand,- apply the There win subject which,wo should ', of shall the.be United directly States with acargo-which X.. Parables, fables, and proverbs wl.oro
or indiicctly destined
torch,-leave'1 the vessel in this deplorable like to call the attention of mastersof, vessels cither'of the said. ,Islands the said vessel, tll .lJ1orats is obvious and excellent.XI. '

; condition,-repair to their ,own piratical! and ship o.wners. and which followed shall pay such further tonnage 'duty as shall Poctry.: tlapteil to.the youthftil/ <'s. .t
: vessel, taking; tho boat of the American up would IMS productive of great benefit tothemos .be Equivalent the amount of'dlscrimiDatin' pacityand feelings, '.

vessel, which they did not ,vnnfscuhle.it well as to nil) who' have occasion ,togo '; duty 'that: would be payable for tho XII.; Intelligence;; embracing accou U

in sight or.the captain, looking from' his on, .-long voyages! : ,Everyone who:has time being upon the cargo if imported into ,of Juvenile books,.societies, andrernarku.:!.

otvu cabin window and teen sailing away,' ever been roses, must have .observed)c the port'of navana:,in an.AmcricaD.bottom.: tHe. occurrences. ."
with the, man ifesi" irttentlon! burning ,up enormous destruction of poultry carried Sec. 3.No Spanish vessel), shall ..beat'lowed Many ofthcsc 'subjects) will l>c illustrated

i the vessel and the crew while.lockcd down out as seastores: by sea sickness,drowningand : to clear but or depart from:a port of by nitmorous D.I"d'beautiful! engraving, trr

below 1 This ,is the plain .statetrtentof facts, ,' other causes, and must. be sensible of t merchandise the United Stales, with any goods,'wares,:'or pared by the best artists: and selected H iti
except IIDOB a 'destination fAt ft'view net onlv to adorn, thevnrh.. ... I.. ..a .
the rial.10 thi -- aa
abundantly proved on 1awCul the saving there would be if the carrying U-
as great : some port or place in.'t the Island (of Cuba; or'Porto I improve the taste,'ltiv\tc the mind '
conditIOn Prot.ldence'interposed! for of hve'stock could be dispensed i and
altogether Rico, without giving bond .with'ap- r,tiso tho'1Itrechons''of the youth to \
? their protection! B/ mere chance,' a small 1 w th.. U jab o this branch .of Nautical proved security in double tbeyaliio of tho and worthy objtcK We appropriate

Ij, scuttle is letY by' the pirates unsecured.- economy.that'our.remarks are i intended. vessel., and cargo,, that -the said .cargo or' make them better, children I l better !brollies would, "

+I Ono of lliejnen get out and releases all i .to be applied. any part thereof, shall not bo landed in cither -' better sISt.CI"9., bejibr"m'ipil", c.ttcr assuci I
I f his .'companions from4ho'mosthorriblo'i of i .1.t..18 {cnotvn to many that: the I business" of of the said Islands! -which bond shall ntcs and, in'tho cnd, better citizens.

i till fleatba-inmcdi \ conflagration, on the' putting np frcsl meat, poultry and portable a (ne from;cancelte'd. on producing the certificate VVe, begthe fiicruls{ '. of cdiicatioa, especially ,
far from friends!, and home. for tin canisters hermplically .in American' Consul that'the: said parents and teachers to vtuw
lonely ocean, soups, sea voyages, in ; '; has been tc!
cargo landed elsewhere f
in less than fivo minutes more, bona .fide matter: in.this liglit... Let children look
Probably scaled ,is, carriutl\\ on to a great I and \v tho intention to up
reship it for on' the
a port.ia
f the: vessel'would have been. enveloped inflames I III in England. Tlic.air\ is ;:extracted We, Iclicvd 'I I, ono of the said Island's. *' but;let them pictures bo not as pictures merely ;

t( They came on deck and extinguished from the canisters.by, air 'pump, (n 12-tm'] I can he more rich taught valuable to study materials them for\\'t itslciictive :.t

'a' the prcading'ljre! Even at that. tremendous and the effect is to preserve the meat perfectly lessons than a goodcSrgraring .' --

t I crisi i?, these abused men were sound), and fresh' fur a .great length, njOTICE..--Tb'o 'fil'mot'JOSEPH COT- :After this b'ricfexplaisationef our ,

.afraid to slicw.llieraselvcson deck*, list the of-,time,probably, for.'years." 'We.had'occasion .' t"q TRELL &.C.O.: is'disgplvcd! ,by mutual ahdpurpcscs, we aste'the co-nfcn-.tiorj pllr.dpIes' -

demoniac :pirate, should return and consummate 'oncO' to test the truth of this assertion consent, and tall persons.having any claims, .ornll ,vho receivethis] circular.) Will y'1aidusbyyburint1uenCe.in

I their-deed .bi'murdering them oil ,,on a voyage from Brazil, when a box, will either. please of the present. them .for payment' tliis ;;rcatvoik,

in cold blood I ?, But their' .enemies thinking I .of froshme,rtspuluPininglaoJfiu; nisicd indebted will'undersigned please call and,and settle;,,all their'persons' the formation' of mind and character for till,
rising generations \Vil(
i'l' the Mexican 'past redemption,had departed.l", ,I txccllcnt.soup during. the ,whole.passageto I 'counts on or before the fiat of Fcbn ary oc-or your power: in our endeavors u'.a5si to intrcdncc r,us all in

't probably in pursuit ot'. another'victim, then the United States. The re:1SOf1Vht' this ," they will bo put in the hands of an attorney to Amercaa'schooIspathors, and GrcrIJ(' .

by chance.in;sight., They now attempt to, mode of laying in fresh provisions: ;'is'not forcollection.: JOS. COTTRfLL, ,the stories! and lessons of Parley's 1i agn;:inr .

s repair their damages. .But what a spectacle) practiced in this country! is, that nobody P. J. FONTANE. Every single n'mnkcYcf.lhc new yo'wrs'

j Every thing in confusion-their rigging devastated hero) has yet undertaken, as far as we know, 'Key West, ,Jan. 17, 1835 fjiMSw.] will have a strong paper covrr abundantlysuracient '
and destroyed and they in the the -" to preserve theivurlitingood\ ordtr
manufacture of; such viands as those"; SALE.-The subscriber offers,for
t ? mids of tho without I FOR for binding i ,.and for use in schools. '",
: ocean, compass Repairing put up in, England;whore meats arc dear, two superior Barges one open and The
t' : t damages as wen as they cqu ld and toil expensive'.to' be imported. Now, the other decked,. together with sails, our friends yearly will subscription being one dolln-;
these worthy men abandoned their intended it spars &?. Foe further pcrcqivc the\impnictical-il
cannot admit 'of a Joubr, that if any 1.articnlaraapply to ity of keeping open
voyage, and with 'empty purses and heavy jierson' in the Western Country, where meat THOMAS EASTW. counts. It i, therefore so many indispensable'tli.it} thousand III'- .
Key West Jan. 17, 1835. n43w
hearts shaped their towards Salo [ ] we should require
j payment always iu ad

business+: 1 8.00 vance Two numbers more wilt close the Grit

i ''I''t year, and we now give toticcalat! all wL.<.
.. '
i ofe Jcstruction of tnelrvlctfm and all f naif traBo* : '" ", desire to continue tLe jJn.gn' i /rnsy shout' /
' on might(be raiscd up> by pursuing ..f---Jll..15r-C--9y: CUI. JIE d-.-- rrlresitatentinnsbjaseasurableadrnncc'
board. Providence ordered otherwise: .
The this suggestion and.e 'cSr'.
think that : cooo1
Ct\P P from
' people
. tiding! of the piracy was borne on: the winds' ,, could) beXouqd embark in it if those,who : committed as prison two negroes If any of'the subscriben should not
rununls-WILLI/\\ n-
to the uttermost pads ef the earth,and with are most interested in JONES is about ceive all ''thejr riiimber
nautical cotnlbrts 5 feet 5 'or ?, they can
: G. inches request
t, ., a scrip.tion of the piratical esse}. Months would lend their assistance If of shout 2'6 year of age, commonly wear Ligh. the post master to nqlify us of such as are

.,t f l passed? away, and'the news'reached Africa, sea-faring friends who read this-are any in possession our 1V111slte'rs. speaks, qUIck, and has a 'pteadng s, charge missing i ned. they shal f1!tle. Sent again free ,
and a British .vessel cruisIng on that coast, of any information countenance,commonly ''mown by tile >

The: Panda, was there and immediately suspected matter, the dissemination; of respecting'which nigh this of Bill-CU ItISTOPIIER ,,..c.nAMHERS ram o .Ten copies free"of postage'

,>;The\resulUs known., She was be useful, wo would be is'very 0\1t. about G rcct ;1Igh, aDd shoo ij):: Toaccommodatcassociationsschools

r captured bylthe British vessel, the captaimatebnd n,' of if, ... grad to be possessed 30ycars.downcast of countenance, age, speaks! slow ,and is of a't deliver and indiitlll'tlls, for the distribution we n ills! )

many. of the crew taken prisonersnn4' "- _namA_nr. -.1.nm"'M .1._;_ _is,_known.. by the' .I"fn..,.. ... r.at:_any_.... ..post_ office} in.tlle United
aner the or .uuiuora u--l.lal uicy are free "c"" VI 1'9H3ge! ten
t lapse nearly two years, and will cndcavor'tnr copics to one
i they were brought Salem, to be confron- BRUGES NEW'YORK'TYPE FOUN posed ,they will'try pasaai suclj- U Usiip. out address for ten dollars rcrnitleJ' lIS n'it/-/:
, fed by the men whom The subscribers respectfully Lion toget'to the Indian na. coat. LILLY, W JU'I' k. Co
very they had robbed inform.the printers, that have; ; as Bill has-been'seen at Indian river Do'stou, Feb. 15. .
they ,
"fid long before. and considered recently and the boat ''
dead and completed a, of Chambers went ofin( 'has
i variety new
( heeji
outs .er letter found :- -
7 juried 4' ,tbpj;"tloepj Wlia'toa .astooisliin'? in the style of the -latest ; to the northward of Cape Florida JOHN
: European on
Stalin of event! Tho mens,well speci tlio.beachThe above reward GJEQRGB IJUAX
. '' extravagant tales of calculated for ornamental prin for their will he. paid ,
fiction are realized! Tho offenders ting or last ful display, and delivery to ,mo at KeyVcst: 4
I are making an $50 for or INFORMS the public tll\11lc
as cither of them! has 1
sortment- ,
trial .
brought to and Condemned to death Printing Types unrivalled : > G ESTA BLTSITMEN'r
in .
'j by he (eeumony of.the 'very ..mea"wl IQm, beauty,extent:and variety. A book of spe I,. P\.D.. c4KEII. this' cHi jll9rr! the business'iscarricd: i is in
E "' ] had : cimens mar he obtained Sheriff 1\1. alt its J
the/ tU Sbe4 and consigned at th"Foundry ; C. nor brmdies.'I'Jlread of- '
to death IieyWestJan-.23,1835. Cakes
i ,NO 13;Chambers + [nJStf every
f and: appeared judgment against' them street, near Chatham .t. ] description Navy and Pilot dread,
as contains '
specimens from P. c. &C.&C. are
' Jt were-in-.thenninda of tho ; Twelve: Line t.H l3EN' keptconstontlyon'handfrest' .
prisoners Pica >
: as if to Pearl- bi the 8Dbscrlbf'f' ,
pmprlsing CONTINUES
tiBca'from the dead. .Such'scenes of 45 forms of Roman C to transact Genera ,
guilt Agcn Key west, I'fov.15
Caps ,with 1. "ey Auction [MnWVEare'authorize.t
,, case. and
Are tbusbrooght to light(.by the inscrutable -35 do Italic 'do at nlfHssion business
do Key We.t. -
. operations.of: 5 do title nQ 'has a commodious
, good Providence. Roman do do Itouseandgoods viii Ware to anno Dco Colonel
... 5 do title Italic ho taken on storage
-4.. do d. at reasonable rates.
'! ,.AIUJJU N Arotpdwj A m9nuscrigt work 17 5 do do h'd Roman do 'do [nor, 8.lR31.-ltf.] sa BMrSwiSfraassWnssiKSiK1 )
Antique .
entitled ibo Wonders Nature do" _
is 11
:pre- do Black
' i aervedjn iHe ,Royal Library at Paris by an 6 do. Open Black do MAGAZINE. ] T E -

Arabiani writer, iJahommed Kuzwinl, who tdo Script do do'd do mittees Circular, and to Parents,Teachers,School Com t' ;I l

floumhedjir' the 'neventh of the 6' do :Germ'n Textdo all whaled l an interest iu the ate to represent tile'
IIegira'orrtthoclo8ooftno: fBirteentli 25 -do do imgrovement.pf fl)1 tb. in the 2-1t1l Congress Territory tf FIurida ji
Twot'aeTom'ncapswithIigs is. of the VIE
, 11 do not.qiuto a yeatitince United States,
ceniurypf qurera; :Besides .Italic Parley'sMag. r
,7 wsvmUuri-, capitals. a.une'was
ems. remark PQ aerolites 10 do SUM C pi. of various comnenceddncing that sbort r arc !
arlbqUlkes and 6 do kinds. 'I period the number subscribers authorized to .irSsJ
f ',tOO eucccsrivo Open do have incre :
ghangeq of do* : sei. la WU4LfA31
tha poaitiOlJ 'Whldl 7 do Italia and Ibo work. ,
i land receiv
and rroahave capitals ed .
and represent tile
t figures. bete
undergone Besides every the Territory
(> we meet most unqualified of ,
withthefouowingbautifulpaasa i ornamental letters,. .. It his npprobation. In the 24th Congress
backslope, found of the
r given e ahictr: music, lottery figures, piece of its way to thousands Unilcd Ltatcs.<<:, I
re as thp narrative of Kbldhz.an 1.1. perior; astr nominal and sup families, and while it has entered -.
I ... fegotica'pertoaage; :w l pusedori .rules, brass rales, othersigns, space -social elide 'unobtrusive lessons WE are authorized to'

i 'a',crt incie t, nd, ''wonderfullv.f popUlous idatbl brace, .more than ornamental two hundred dashes, long, hag ence t', we the trust, often Lad a salutary influ WILLJAl\t B. NUT"\L announce :Colonel a5 a
kind on
'to y. an u 'on its : borders, and' of, juvenile:mind and candidate to
;: inhabitants how more ban 1000 kinds bas also found eart. It represent the 'ferrit'll'J of
of !
'long it bad beat) founded f JJ J inde dr and ornament.for-school books, DowrapaI cuts- and rnany classes its way of ,to the schoolroom ; Sl.tes.11erida, in the 24th Congress of tile Untied
I pen and pupils ha I
IlL scientific vn
m' hty ester works orders' ed ) eo'cl'cer.
fe di9&hq.we ,know. for, of twice a month
j 'how qo which,or any by the welcome .
coroposinz sticks voice ,
it the of
tong bas
exas: d and chases teacher -
our ancestors bidding them, ,to
.\Vera ,on this, subject ''arigaomnt.asour. r &C.wtitbeezpectewitbtheUtmost,, large stock prom p few, days, the class' book whichthey lay aside. for a HA1ILI.'l V. AA'JTORNKV'

i eelves" Five -centuries ,afterwards, 'as I _TbeJwiUaimfy_*.....being.,... -...*alirars, *__ vn.hand.. ,':.read..._ --overaod- .. .. over, perhana. tw. ..n-. ..r have-' COUNSKLLOR AT LAW
--- -- -- ",,--
-- VI"'!:" .u. ;
pass lbythe:aamo'phi f cotild"'not: :' presses, ink, &to. wbJcb lor prtotlDr NM reaa 10, pages DC arJe1" ApaIiichcolaFlorubt.: '
'cdve the hgb\eat a per. : the oaaaufocturct's boy will ftln ab at The demand for the work
; vestige of'tbd. itj I pricel. schools to be used io TWENTY
deli : ix FIVEDO
nat4.bf a Printers of' rapidly increasing L AIKJ HEW AIW
peasant ne".papers will
"boen h a PPe its: fonne, site who, bow, vas long gatherpg it t 13(4! tlmes tub' tkisiAvertisemeatwitb.lending a ( 'this please note)three pnb- the Cor1rage.l publisher by have such resolved unexampled success, i I RUN WAY, since from the Subscriber 4 or*
uestroled' t'In to a negro boy by the name
paperC09taioing' it still render it
eouttt to more '
the of
urtLy or AMhe
atrangc Fovndryi 'and '0 is
.dOL' receive liberal etontand black, the said
i'eplied.bo and boy
1'tire ground JJCrO. Las puraa. ( payment when they not tc\: remit their patronage: belongs to
our times geoHe'tnan
the exertions in
..oayor., beets .dieiJrent, amuuDt of their it iQtrod ceQ, tilt t"oJ Charleston, and
from, what froia the Ftctort. bills into firaiios see went on board the
'bg1Ju! jtw s p op no\y throw bogttbe and schools, 'Mail Boat schr. Fair,
,WutheI' : American
not vC 01 whole leatL plying between
Aid I 0oitE"RU the aDd .Key Weil. and
:J:'MPlid eAMIfi.ttSive; ,it), JJe 'Q r (never' .n": weJet; ( ;I, Now York.Orderfortbaabov.' Co: 10 United this View States. of for Cham16ton.the" 'l be above reward will be paid ,
they have apprehepiioa
have '
seen amid fo'the secured and delivery of said
never (
( did F I editorial d new, aid toy ,
.t' our fathers speak jo us of any such! On 'attend. .to immediately Jf not uad'7ilL'b.to tor,, of.the', ,Juvenile partll1ent. The late edi,, secured CAPT. COLE so that I get him.
1J 7 returu i ,ere, 600 years afterwards / A..E. lion to Lis Rambler, who in add!. KeJ\Vest. .of fair American.
qualifications Jan.
. /otjJKlM *ean tAotunefkcc, and, on its ',,No.4. B adat. harl8lte: LEER.r young, has the advantage as of a writer for the 25. 1833.fliv3 .
May 23 s perieJtcQ': a many 1'eirs ex. Job
t. list iQ cenducGng: teacher it. will Lenceiorth a!. printing


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I : evince how much I feel flattered' by the request 218.960..'" There has been already-expend-. ". .,. II'. lu .f: i.EjyxyJ h-"LJ.
tr'1f "
T ?TQUTRLR. ,, 'J am aware, sir,tllal.1l communication -- cd about: 1160000., ',1" '. '" FOSj TumstQottua.... -fro' :"
bearing the least impressof; ( egotism, ,. o.- e ',j '" "', TO j*** "' ",t-: 1

KEY WEST:: FLORIDA. will!| be as unacceptable* to youas to "10cn1n,80Jx.r The Chilian! 'ladies i 'are.as prone to slander : When. 'n.c1's. light and fairy wand v '.4 .

( intelligence our communi-ty: their,neighbors as the fair sex in other Is o'er our waking moments spread, *d ;,.; /' .
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1835. 'but if charily he properly extended
ait"C countries.. Dona Junna related '
to our author Uncljeck'd reason's cold
} by command, : ; \
to he of'this I pot ; : 1
possessor wca nCS, am the following anecdote of a Peruvian ; IT'J
COMMERCE WITH CUBA., ';unworthy: candidate for I rfa.rorf for lady., We think she, treated the, Cavalier. In dreary thought! magic hand, j" J,f

By late,arrivals from Havana, \vo learn. having reached that climax in npct whicli rather too cavalierly. ,, ..; To visions,;bright' and clear we're led. .,'
that merchants and others'residing there, ,admonished man: to,(reo,big affections, from, A'l1arqucSs, walking ';towards tier When first love spcnks4he youthful heart .

are in some agitation from anticipated. ,the vanities. of the world, and to prepare to homo one evening, concealed in the;peculiar With% rapture bounds;by hope i.'led& 4r
shake: its dust from his feet engrossingprinciple
an '
of the act of Congress "concerning" dross of the countryrcaKed {
effects 'say y .
: dreams .
of bliss
selfishness.is gradually*usurp ', Jn our,days depart, .a'
unknown' I'f
Duty on Spanish vessels," manto, and was spoken.to by an 'I
Tonnage appro control which of No selfish ,
JOg a an exuberance buoy cloak who' care, no worldly,art : .
young gentleman'in! a impor.
veil! 30th June 1034, which goes i into operation ant and generous feelings exercised over tuned her to to a cajje and tept.f 1: Is n'or that joyous passionehed.\ ,' '., '
go s ,
the 1st March) next. We snare youthful days. .* J .
perceiver my
on refreshment She consented. 'v
( come finally When music's l '. Jl
softly breathing: liiy' f
r from the extract given below from the It was my misfortune, sir,:early' in: life. Aft r partahmg! ices, cakes, ,and costly Is beard .. \
,at hour \ '
bo in moonliglu'sfairy i"\j.,
I' to placed, a community, whose equalin \ -':
Charleston Courier, that certain arricles wines, loan: ,amount! great that she i
conformation, modes :of thinking and' : ,thought her beau ,would not have I We court each whispering note's delay,:)+/; /: .

principally imported from the.United State, expressionis:; now' rarelymet; with, and aithis" enough in' his purse ,to pay, she called money the I That o'er our souls, with balmy swayM'f/i, : .

r.re.lo pay increased .duties, equal to about late period I ,review, sometimes,'\ host aside,("hom she! ..kncw'well,) and.told, : Sheds its sweetest, soothing power.But f* l$.J'.
per This is inway pleasure, but often with pain ,some of its > .
18 1-2 cent. we suppose him not to"permit the gentleman to leave: ..
characteristics.- know all the charms of fancy's dream
of retaliation such course is:not.an- distinguishing not the house; till'tie': hifd: paid, ,not'. to accept ".,: ,
it seems akin other' \\'hethcrtllo. philosophic light t of that Rold- from him..any"other 'pledge than his,pantaloons Uunblcst by thee, my heart defies; .,
expected, as to commercial rule think '<\
en 'twicoapdspeak once, had : fQr which service the landlordwas I would shun die faintest beam'I
regulations of the Spanish Govern, yet. shed its! benign influence>ver us;-but ; ('
I '
to receive a douceur. The younggentloman' Ofthydark thy smile"serene ,
: WfJ. i
if it halo it worked by the rule of contraries!; 0
1f4ens. $ ["rrse' could not' cover one I For joy beneath( the,skies., :lAT.Y ; :
recollect that whenever ,
I every
for -
In commerce, as well as in arts and sciences distinctly an half the amount' of the, charge and mine I'. ..w ,. : ,) 1
unfortunate wight was convicted, duly I -- / ,'t'O -
host vowed that;lie' must have' the whole .
of she '
a century Iehild.the"rcst weighing tho effect of any,'remark, before ,FOR ,TUB .'.ENQCIRSft.x "
civilized world, it is vain to that amenable before he left. The young gentleman offered TO JAT. "' \' ..j'
expect, its utterance; he was: : held I to 'his watch in,pledge, which was.obstinately -, ; ? II 4
: i
Spain can easily 1 be,made: aware of the ad. general reprehension. The cacocthis' lo- refused. The Marquesa grew impatient Since love,:in fashion, I. '> '' .,' I,

vantages of reciprocity in maritime laws, qucndi was gcncralnna the,afflicted (I was ,at tho'e1ay, and. urged her beau to I'll till you iny passion, "', : '' :. 11: \ filM\
of this class) seemed, imprcsed with tho And who it.would bo should! choose for '
and brought to 'understand the true basison make'haste;or would'ieavo him. >, .Tho :
,,belief, that, as'nature.had) ;endowed them landlord, demanded the pantaloons."'-The ,a wife; > lr.* : 'i ,, .,, <, .f .JI l ,
which to found all intercourse with
with a superabundance of breath;phc! would and .'olwhere wedlo soft band11! "j.f"' i
gentleman was indignant, referred
young itt
commercialnations.; also superintend its judicious expenditure. "Once hands <" ,,* ?' !
the case to his fair n hl1r.trcssVIIO, join our : : t
Our readers need' no infbrmaUcn' ,na to ,Popts'a_apothegm,. that ... after some coaxing: ,persuaded him to yield, We'ie united together ( life. .x ;. 1 ,

tho restrictions: ; which have for' so Iprig: a Words 'are like',leaves; and,where,, they his pantaloons; :toll his cloak ''about"him, Let the maid n:be';fair '

time obstructed the commerce between .t ,mqst abound, '.. "" and accompany her home. 'He consented.She With a''head' 'of'.black hair, I '

Cuba and Key West particularly, and the Much fruit- of solid- 'sense is rarely' ,to be delighted the victim of her sport with I Or if it's not black! be it brown; ) 1

her lively: jcvx d1 esprit, as they ,walked With a sable complexion -4 i '
found ,
disadvantages under which American! vesicls '' ; ? along,and at last !ushered,him i into a Devoid of dejection: r :'. '* ** .

generally haro laboicd when visiting was'thrown away: onjhem! ,,as ,.the pearlswere I didly furnished room,, occupied ,by splen-I l And,the. lov. cliestrcyts'intheton.i : :':* t

the Ports of that Island. It was not until throA general monomania'thatof : I liant party) of ladies and gentlemen. Tho I With! a person'genteel l" :,4gvJVnd jty8' l l.l.
seemed be tho inherent : "; i
the 1st January 1333, that any equality desperation,- .to youth would, have escaped, but the fair a heart that can feel, ; ft:, ,
properties of eacliIndividual temperament, one held him, tight by the arniand'con.ducted1iiin j
Forother's misfurtuncs nnd'carez y.t
edstcYl'in Tonnage: Duties levied tho ; .,
upon and notwithstanding all it.
to a scat. He drew his cloak' Let'tho Fair be polite .l.
vessels of either nation: in the ports of the is yet doubtful: laeth r this ;phenomenonwas closer around him and bent his'feet'under' And at-burnotakeitelight ; ...

other; but.the equality extended no furtheras ,attributable to the opcrition? 'of climate, his chair: 'The l\1aqu introduced. several managing. family all ire.' .. tIn f.;;< Siit
or IQ a general predominance'oftho ', lump l of her female friends,to him after giving xI'd'vicw "
it is well known, the 10 cent.lev* ; Is
per her with ,
of the man:who pleasure t', ', I'i,
disputi enc8a. Happy..was them a hint of her jol'C. The young ladies
ied upon Spanish by the United And think her a,treasure. ( I
cargoes could disburthcn himself the most simple insisted that ho must be very ,warm, but lie ; t!
States, has been but a small ofl ei against assertion without being subjected to tho thought it wail ,cold; -they 'urged him to Far richer than houses and farms; ',', :'

,vbo:! discriminating duties on. American vessels necessity: ,of establishing its verity. But dancebut'he.vowed ho could not. At last No ills could be near C>''-: :1'

in the purls of the Spanish Islands. in justice to.tIe! 'l iemories,of mj, friends, I the ladies became rudeand forcibly removing No dangeis.l'd in her fear, ." ,',- 1
While dear arm J
lovely ,
Consequently the Spaniards were fast be must say, that they were. always ready to the cloak from the young cavalier's :'J *
manifest their own' convictions by tho hazard shoulder, exposed him to the whole com- No fortune should VbX ,us. > c
carriers of American
coming produce to '
'of'a bet. This was an argument against pany, standing in his drawers,and boots;- Ordier, ord perplex us, >:
their own ports. This, is evident in part, which no reasonable being was expected after being heartily) laughed at, ho was turned For still 1 we'd bo'cheerful,and gay;.'. "j.. 4

from the following statement! which we to contend, and-when offered: in support of out of doors! .. Since the world is aU trouble .

are enabled to give from life records. of the any position,''was deemed lobe conclusive --..... And life is a bubble t .. I OtII
and satisfactory. Urged by the Im tu'Qsl. l \V e'd drive grief: and.eormwaway.- <.vas;
Ji Cu 91oni Houses '
rcnt. named. -
'- ty 'youthful prejudice, 1 Tho number. of vessel that sailed for tho appreciate4 the full force of this figure of Rocks. St. John's,-N. F.July'19, 'The When you.writ* about hearts" ," ,' i

different ports in Cuba, from rhetoric,and my punishment instanta Manley,and the Inspector, returned yesterday ,,And. discards: every.fender emotion" f 3 I
American. Spanish. neous. The mere orthodox of'my friends morning from their second cruise in If wedlock you praise. F, I:
moat obstinate quest of the Virgin tks-tbe former with He stands In '. \ I ''I
N. York in 1823 110 I cut once, pronounced me : amaze, l
were the loss.of one anchor, the latter of two, +I 1-
and one on whom reason was thrown away. And' says conjugal,bliss is a notion. ;
1632" 90 .. 15 An immediate reformation was of course and as we have had some conversation with Let 'man "';J: ,, .1I
Philad.; C28 Go 0 both commanders and Mr.. Rose; we are every (
.J necessity; I called to mind the popular, Single"out,if heart. : .,. ", ,\
1832. ." '. ,50 .' 13:1lt'11 ,nge for,the government of man's cpnduct'in enabled to communicate tq the reader a few The maid he would live with for life; ./ ,\

: 1628 25 1 Rome, and ever afterwards, when asked useful and ,interesting. prticularsThebank If thegitt her consent : .,.* .. ? ail"
in the fire of "what will bet?" in which the shoal situated extendsE ." ..-
: argument, you He will rieve/repent .
1832" 17 2 bowed my diminished head, and allowed by N and W by S 41.2 miles r its broadest That ho chose the dear;gir\for his wife. .. '
1st 6 mo 1833 0 7 4 my silence to attest the potency of the in- part is about'4'3-4 miles; 'the soundings ,y. z..;; 1 lj
; I
It certainly, under such circumstances, terrogatory. That this practice possesses are regular,from 28_to 30 fitbomsrua : 1. ____ .. ..d. II

became the duty of Congress to act in.the advantage!*,.eminently superior to our mod til they 39 and"43 deepen fathomsthe suddenly on the'Rocks outer them.edgeto "- ".. \t ffnt ,i1Itt. .' ... ': >; -;
modes of I to '
em convincing, am prepared -
matter. Representations and aolicitarions selves lat. 40 20 N lon.60: 46 W they .r
show, and hold.myself ready to do so-: { : T "' ,.
had proved vain,and legislative action could but a fear of becoming prolix obliges: mo extend in an irregular chain 3 W by Wand PORT, OF KEYWEST.ENTEJtED. .. I .I

alone remove ho evil. The provisions of to remain, _, ,Qt_ 'NB by E 8000 yards, varying from 200 to ,fl I Ii
the act which goes info operation on tho Yours &c. ,SAL! A.:' '300 yards in breadth-the'least depth of .' i,"I FJ.J
, water is un a white rock, 41-2 fathoms, Jan. 24th-SI Morning.Star, DeiwU !
1st March,are perhallS'thc' that couldbe Honors to the Dcad. A writer in the with C to 6 1-2'fathoms all around it: the son, 'Havana" 25th Sch, Marianiia, .DoOca ,:f
devised', to place the vessels of tho two National Intelligencer under this head relates bottom -is distinctly.visible.; Towards the Havana, 'Sundries '1o P J Fontanel I II

nations upon equal ground; the following anecdote extremity of the shoal are several detached) SOth 81 LoretoSawyer, ; SI Energy, Packer : '

Wo hope that the merchants': Cuba, When the body of Commodore DECATUR -. rocks of from 7 to 6 fathoms, with deep { Sch Phoenix,8picer/N. Orleans, sundries J
was placed in the vault of Mr. Bar water between, and with a current setting'' to master. t't
will soon become a ware.of their true inter low, (now <;01. l1omf ,rd's at Kalorama,) over them WSW one mile an hour, and also' CLEARED.Jan. 't .,

efls, and remonstrate against the continuance and when the multitude which accompanied I with a very confused heavy' swell. The, 24ib: SI) Morning Star,Dennson[ j f

elf the present, and tho imposition by the funeral had dispersed, observed vessels were anchored on the rocks for the 28th 8ch Marianiia- Do Otis .Cliurlotte'a. ., ,
their Government of.any future restrictions a 'solitary individual in a sailor's, dress, space of two days,during which the weather Harbor, P J Fontana, | ?0 h Srtoreto, ,
their intercourse with the United lingering neat the Iace. Ho walked up to was extremely pleasant, and everwty' 81 Energy Packer.C "!* ;k,
upon Sawyer ,
him, and asked him what bo wanted; tho'' favorable'for taking the roost difficult observations ; r. ';IJI
States; ; for they must be aware,that in sucha sailor replied that ho "only wished to look I .. The .Brig Calen, ,Copt. Weeks, IS .dff.n :': I

contest,the greatest loss will inevitably be awhile at the place where they fadJaid the r r NY ork', bound to IS'Orleans,wa spokenin .
this 60 the28tb inst.
experienced by themselves. mainmast pf tlie Navy I'and walked) oft Who A MOO LIGiir view UPON THE NUB. tha'gulroa; place Motto. .1 1
could have spoken a better eulogy? It by the JjA TroiWDort. Schr \ .
Prom the Charleston Courier. I
On returning to Kandjia, we {throw open' -
was the eloquence of nature and or truth: [
"By'the fallowing notice of alterations our windows to/enjoy the scenery.. Never, =All htTinf demands r \ ,
in.the duties of articles of import into the Delaware BreakwaterT During thtf did the Nile appear so beautiful-glittering NOTIC the: tat.a persona of AlexwxJcr Ham- ,

Spanish| West Indies,from,the U. S. to take past year, 122.995 tons of stone have been, like molten silver beneath? tho moon,. it titan Da v.-are berehr required to prewot III:
effect on the 1st January, it will be perceived deposited towards the completion! of theDelaware seemed to..stretch away interminably to* tbem witbo-it Iaiand all penona indebted: t ; \
that the only article on 'which there is Breakwater, the greater part of wards thT among numerous islands, to said estate are reaueatea to make.V""** ilI r
a decrease of duty u Cloves, and this, no which has been previously founded. It and steeppyramidal! rocks,which, ruin* to dittopaymentto ft. K. NEVVCOMB Ad'iarr, '
doubt because' it (is not tho produce of the appears from a report of General Jessup, a great height,threw their mingling shad*. Key crest,Jao, 6,11136oleBWJ f I

United States. Col.'rotteri and Col. Thayer.to: the Secretary ows over iw calm surface, concealing its I I .
Dbl beef.is to be valued, at$9 instead!of$B of War, that since 1830, every year extent, nod creating, the appearance of'a 1 the Supm r'CDUrl ofte Bo.athirri''''' ;ru- .I ',II,
Ilice, 6 11''. 6 bas made new additions to shoal near the vast lake. .Nothing! in,all Switzerland ODJ djeJ al DhtrieI f'E'loridii'' ew.;. \\ '

,t Herring, 5 rto.100'of! rs West cad of the Breakwater,and that within \\'hicat tbo moment,. my thoughts,were Richard, .Botxria. '>. :'- S

BU. Pork, cc 14 bN lf" 12 tbo last year particularly: this shoal has dwelling, could exceed In grandeur,beau, of,Cotton pickY InatMa AdmiraltyAJ >
Nails, cuti 7 qt. 6 greatly increased. A shoal has also been ty this magnificent reach pf the.Nile whichseemed 67 Bale eel Pp *. 7v '

Lumber, 20 1000ft 17 observed to be forming on both sides of the to realize i .all)hat poetry has feigned >L J'O nooa intert t 4 ta the above cuss jjA
}Joops" 30 1000 20 Ice Breaker. Under these circumstance of fairy land-a' paradise of rock and wa : are bereb 11)Ot1le4.tbat all the resides

CJoves",, < 4 Ih. 6 w' the officers above mentioned, recommendthat ttirpsprlnl4l4wlhthesplendid' _vegetation ; of UM moof7 for;. jvhlcb the above Cotton
Th? percentage: levied on:the valuations the next. ." operations be confinedto of the south, wrappedjn unbroken filencey WM wldby the ?Manbal of tlU, District,
will be the same as before. giving Jo ,lithe work already begun! jhc end lighted ,upby a. moon and stars of In.expressible after U* Mymnit oftl"wnce.nd .:parr. ,
Tlte export duties on produce remain ultimate dimensions, omitting any further ..brightness.. | L jlgbt with sea (n said cause,has b.eq paid Into the remain Reialrrof'tU

faltered,except that Aguardieneformer. extension of the work eastward, and waiting regret or its unrJaUedtbeaqUes,,,escaping fofnlaft'nbotba Court,pol.wbere.. sooner it will claimed by rtyI

ly free, will py a duty cf 4 /'. the pin ." during the year: and if' necessary, for ono ofttf another from'the.ereM the-boat the fareon or pnoo .Dtilled tbetune*
------- w.rorr W: longer period, the further growth of the glided rapidly down the ,heat. tWagh or Ua or Uir lf\\j\ autllMUedt..
TU Erut'DnM shoal. the same sptadid *c ory. all'the w., to '., A. If. DWCT*. ,

,.. 'Editor.ion have asked me for an The whole cost o'the work, acooftihg Yhii l oD, where' we arrived late io the eight.r B7 >H. ,K. KEWCOMJ. ,."C: .

.rtil'J, anl m-f ready corapliance will to the estimate. of Gen.. Bernard, was 6..J$21 ,- r < I [St. JoW,Zg fII. follm9ss3! ", t tc

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'p.! ,' ., ,. ," dillr'b.'' .""., ..'M. ::ti'.yawandof' .q ; ; + tD oA Jrtatital crl'olloivirr "in sight of,'tho wag bcrtt, nnd tlio., Countess doctared that

I, ,!"> "" 1 JK, I believed p'erfecling"lkeconquest.ivlu he had partially achiOvcd :countess t to thd bridge and having ,seen she had long.Jpartcd'witb Ilc own, Joan
ho positively
,From the Casket. over her"aflections.. In tho suburb of her Across lit Ba>ety,. parted with (the' object rose,by .the assistance' of;.the,lady, which

1 tOS MUSIC03: Seville; ;;'on the opposite !side of thd ver, "''of his' eouPa most delicious dteatns'andlaatened I in SPain t is considered.lier-ie! fortunate omen'
rutalna andliavmg seated ,sat down
tho' citizens'take 1 to his humyic'aboda.td l eon beside
OH, TUB SPANISH gi iuxSITE.She's arc public"walks,< where ) 'Manyawectthings: as;:is
.I be irod'd I. the air, and It was then Don Juab weUs' the Past and muse oifhd nnticJpalcdhoujf ter. always thecase
beautiful therefore to Cbuatesa.. It of iliss/V'.Soine< of abltafr readers,may !: on alf strclroccasions <'erosaid; but aan
I, ; ,I She ii. a woman.; therefore to be,tr on. wait a likely beautiful placo to evening meet the in July,that our 'feel aglow bl'ihtlignatiod.tisooti the cheek, telltale is a' Lad character, it would be exceedingly .

Il I BUasIJAREi: ,- musical a hero with -hi!'guitDt, teas seen ,at the reckless manner fin'.which' the Coun impolite me to publish to thc '4' \

'!{ i{, of lore has been designated, deriding. his, over .Abridge: of boats, .less Isabella't>onzella 'ppointoo'an' .ussig-: : world these delicious ,morccavx. Suffice .i
theuniS tyrant: t6e *>Iu'e' autocrat that formed,the way across' the G au"! 'nationtalthtiUtinusial hero; b then outmode it to say,jlhat Dun Juan was afraid lest lie

to whom(keeping up the pe jonitoto ) dalquivcf. lie,was passage pacing, slowly by that 1 hdiesj.. ;':pcrhajs mow modest than should lose by, delay-that he paved .the !
all hearts have bowed and den of ecclesiastical tyranny,. the Inquui.:, those of !any: other country, must,be informed way'fot anothei assignat ion tho next evening .
i allegiance. Love when wtod on the tho channsof the that"tho "ilonKas.,of Spain, the dcmoisclfes ana that he did then ,and( .there pop thin

I f t throne of beauty, irresistible,' and his glorious tionand conquest musing he upon' :IM mad$, ,when soda of France, and the beautiful signoras awful question which has made many: di i

power is,almost' unboundedLdefiance only delay tho Countess, resting on.tliearni ran of-Ialy: | ;' all have their own way tf hero.tremble. who had faced1 the cannon'n
sets and acknowledged suitor, brushed, along-,by doing,things, and that their: heads do not' mouth undaunted., The{ CpunU replied f
storms thecasilp of feudal aristocracy, but 'him. Suddenly Don, Juari, touched' the stop at. trifles when iheir .hearts ate full of to his question,,,that her friends would to '
I he breaks down, with giant arm, the ,bulwarks the tune she bad.praised at the Alcazar l. love. But l heaven forfend -that I should, opposed to her:union wijh, ,f im or any un. .
guitar to .
f ll of birth and, the, battlements which : titled man, if they knew it but she
and saw with delight ,that' !she paid! intimate' any thing derogatory to the,chaff ; hopedtbatthat'obstacle
; fortune has reared to.oppose his approach.. would nut beinsuonount
his with a bow find a smile, actcr of rho fair Countess Isabella Donzcl
''I:t' t Whether love is Voluntary or involuntary, ,which compliment was half ridicule,'\tough ho imagined i la,for shawas strictly a modest lad'y in, tho able. Don-Juan then pressed ,her to elope,
fir debate
has long been'a'sribject' among Spain .'&'rho CQuntess'VaS a woman and' assured 'her that ere thC .authorities j
I Don Juan silently.followed, ways ,
: italllote.
A t in the of life, and
those who are morning have said could they would be }
and 'gazed that moving form which, ; I beg pardon;;I''should a pursue tndissolub/!
inits luxuries. Sometimes it upon ,
who delight had taken full possession of his soul. They : lady; for though tho teirii woman is to me, bound by tho golden fetters, of hymen
steals' upon its victim without giving a war- had not proceeded Far:ere hesawiho Countess the tcnderesi'epithet,.that,i4 applied,. ,yet it The Countess demurred at first, then reasoned ;

... .". nipg, andihat! victim finds,himself unhappy! fold up her loose evening robe and is but,of fashion with tho fair., ]1 say the i tho'case, and-finally agreed that .they .l,

I ,t.. without knowing the Dutthen cause, and ho Ironce !it is scat herself beneath. ,a venerable tree, her Countess Isabella:Donzellawa lady who, : should elope tho next night: and fly to tho
called involuntary. attendant also taking seat besido her,- though fond of landcoqueuingwasncrertheless ( supurbs, .where. lived an old priest who fu''
thai he had opened his heart to a '
I knew for: the object='-Lere,.lhen Now \i tho appointed time, though Don alive to the'.dignity'of her sex;., .lowed the safno'avocation' as the blici..
growing partiality Juan, and advanced rapidly to ihc spot., and though, sho sometimes ,suflered: from smith at Gretna Green, in England. '1'hta!:
becomes voluntary.
it There is no!,nation'pn the tglo6e, with the II( is here necessary to mention that he her unconquerable desire of humoring 'a agreed they; parted. '

.single exception of the cbilderi.of of Italy,;> who attended the pbuntcsswas,according 'coxcomb, .eho always suffered unjustly, The hour o'f elopement arrived, and ourmusical'
I suswptib/d of Jove as the/ Spa usb., Like to rumour, the intended;'htfsbmd,.. though further, than, ,her turpitude as a coquette.If dandy tlrovo round to the uesicin ,
t. ;(. the so Italians; !love 'seems to bo the.grand she had ,been some time a novice in,the there ever was a xvomVn.who could keep ,wing of the convent, where he had been ,'I
p '
r ': dream of:their Jives, and like them, too, C nent'St.Francis, preparatory: to the .a secret, which l sumo bachelors crustily' told he, should.see a light, the signal: that:
1! they are<< given to.jealousy, with: all its 'alien ) supposed intention of,taking.tho black ycil. doubt, that woman was the Countess Isa ,she '\ 'a9' in prrparat n.. The light \va:; "
I I Jant horrors. Pedantry, in a variety of: Don Alonzo Gonzales,wns hot so handsomeas .Donzeila,for she never communicated gleaming from her cell", and i i'cn Juat!)
forms, and: .connected" with the,tender pas : Don Juan, but he ,was reported to [be her "designs to another, which: certainty, 'chuckled' tlio prospect of being united to \ ,

i I'' sion, is oflen found among 'tho::Spanish, vastly rich; and riches cover n multitude vasy se; for:s\vhether-the lady: ,may Jx> so 'accomplished ,a C?untess. Auiivl :a

; ( dandies; one of which'"J shall I, now relate of Bins; His wealth,therefore, was:put J in truly in.love: or'trhlirigfa. confidant 'will, al? 'dump of irccalie dray up his can, iagc, am'' ,
If the story of as perspicuously as my memory balance against the Countess fzabella Don- ;//ways spoil the matter, becauSo'sIie: docs not awaited with impatience the appearance U' fI f

r r h :,' serves." > Don.Juan Ajvarea was a nativelof I zellaV nobility, which is by, no means newinvention. feel, herself bcltiveth.rlor, ,thoiiiiercst'; felt l by his Heart's adored." : Ho taw her ware ixr I
, t\ I Seville,:Qr city of ancient da'te'th'' capital l ., VVhpevef has 'visited Seville one beloved.' ... kerchief front a little window in tl.cctmvpntondin -
,1'L:\ ( :i of AhdalusiajsUiiated near the river ) .'. alquivert: of' a round form, and one of the is one of tho handsomest and mos(;curious Don Juan For .his' part he was snuggul.away .airy form'approaching' from, the glucm if
f i; :; richest 'urid'I most Imposing and important :in Spain,having a.large: public square with in his humble dwelling,and had gone the #shrubbery. She came to inform hurt: J

., r of all Spain.' It is a common saying with a beautiful fountain ,in ,the' middle; arid :fb Ins straw: without his ,supper; for'in,following 'that shevpuld Ue with him in a few min .

l' tho Spaniards; Quen fro! ba tistoSctiUa, no I wonderfully calculated(fur the intrigues ,of the CountessIalcll1'! Donzella, ho, utes, and enjoined, it upon him that ho
', t'{ ba : fruartfZa. that is-lie,who bas not ,love--the,deliglit-ort the dark eyed damselsof 'had'neglected,.to procure, by his guitar,'the 'should' not speak _to her until they anivtdat i
seen Bemotw not. seen a wonder., Dun Spam. But to business. means procuring his supper. The reader, ',tko priest house, nnd.werc: mnrricJ, I let: : ) i
I .1 Joan Alvares was descended, from an ancient ,i Don ,Juan, thougir ho had ,been in, the :after this, will say'hat las preposterous I r,imprtJ\eu) c should.be disto "Cf'l1. Sl.>, .
i aristocratic branch of the nobility a presence'of the Countess but.twice.once i in"one In-the low circumstances" o. ,Don returned ,again to the'convent, and Juan: Lf

, h .. remnant of feudal barbarity and ,Gothic at.the cazar,and once at Cathedral,was, Juan, 'to address a countess; but then I stood musing, 'not a' little puzzled at ltr;
J ''i : grandeur whoso fortunes had: fallen beneath deep and .devotedly,in love with her, and hate not let the cat out yet. There arc t v.or injunction silence, particularly irrIIL( .
" I fit : the rubbish and ruins of a hundred revolu had nb doubt but that she .entertained the, things to be' considered besides tho fact, from a \voman.' : But he did hot muse !ling
L i': 'j., tions. 'The most celebrated brahch.of DonJuanSt .samo passion fur htm. 1 h&vb said that the which should 'be' remembered, that! the ere a rustling of ,silk announced her cep

I )'::1 family, nd the one which ho prided Countess was.'a: coquette: and as it is the people of Spain do things in .tbcirpwn l.ai, ',. prpacli I"veiled from head to foot. .She rr.c: !!
\ r I\' himself the most upon, belonged, to the i ifI delight of the Spanish demoiselles,she.now "and that there are much queerer thioga to ollo.s.mdlC3t1yo. of silence, and Juai.: f '
fI I::, co rtoPerdintod and Isabella the time ''ptayed''wilb\tbe heart of Don Juan as a cat i be met'with in Seriffe.: 'l'ho'first is, that i without speaking avord, handed her to

'.' 'I I Christopher .Columbus immortalized his plays'with a mouse, constantly bestowing the countess was at best_ 'but playing with the cabriolet, and bado thu postillion todrivo
t own fame and the ingratitude Bpain.J .- caresses which bore ihereinblancoof real Don Juan; and, the second is, that our musical on. Away went our ,musical friend,
, I Don Juan never spoke:of his' ancestry !later regard, yet having their'originin feelings:: dandy* toolc'espicial; .cafe that! 'shot with! his musical 1 troi>fiy,4li le '":'ountess.is.iv.. :

I i.; !I j than Unt period, though! the! "Inquisition far differeht. She pressed him.to, play on should,not know1 the state 6f 'hi financcs i;' kiln Donzella:,,and ai>,p so Jiappy ns JuaatTrio
II't't had immortalized ,many whose 'historieswere the guitar, audition, quizzingly, smiled on, for he went ''dressed I like a princeTputting, ; inari: lago,was consummated l Il y ilia:
'fl written in blood by the Duke of Alvar. and commended his performance;declaring like b ther ladies' ll, 'alNie 'got on his old priest,' tho next morning carne, and
1,1// ", Ills father and grandsire were both;'musicians him to be the perfect master of that tvor-: back.?. All night Juan's dreams were full Juan found himself: the husband:

and their art descended to Don Juan, ite Bpaiaish instrument, the guitar which %of lore; imd:|be glorious prospects; before Jupiter Animon J-not of the Countess f :
in whom it perhaps found as.conceited a Don Juan swallowed at one gulp, as a pro him. Sometimes ho awoko'with tho intensity bells Douzvlla, but 'simply of thc Dote;

I votary as ever thumped upon a guitar. He duos.,:nd pure panegyric, and not as it. vas of his' \emotions, and, found himself Inez, maid of honour to the Countess Isa
was a complete pedant in music,for in him really intended to be, gross flattery. The clasping the stra\pillow for the charming bella Donzella, with whom! Ddu Juan hail '\'I
4. '{ all tho'extravagant,though: unmeaning: ,Spanish have smooth way of feeding the CountessIsal: Donzella: 'and again,: )hew been flirting and playing the male coquette.
4:, ', 'i" fables of Orpheus; were, ;revived; ash thQ'. 'vanity,of the superficial and pedantic, And s kneeling before her and( clasping her having first, won her affections, and theu/'* ,
I't he did not believe\ that l e."could make stones never was .musical pedant 'so 'xomplotely small white hand, 'while' his ..cnraptuieJ( forsaken her in the pursuit cube Countess.! i
uitltrce9'daace ,to his music, :yet'he was .dosed to his hearty! content, as was'Don tongue poured forth ,the' sentiments of his Gods what a situation; was Don Juan

I I ,t {ftnvin4ed.that no lady, ,however beautiful,' Juan on this occasion. The.Couniess I peart.: ,The morning dawned over the placed ia! Ho had never loved UoriuaInez
j accomplished! exalted by birth, could 'bella Donzelh would have her lover to play eastern hills of Spain, and "the day passed ; and who may &1 I r' ,listen to his guitar i without feeling in her also on the flute in concert with Don.Juan, lazily away until the evening came, and being tied to tt woman we do not love,and
I 't l 'ttcatrSn'invoantary.pasi5on for the pb1ert that abc might lengthen out.her enjoyment, then, he flew to meet the charming Isabella forced to bestow ihofc-cmlcarmcntt.
I :So mach ,wns*he'deceived by this notion, ,and add to the pleasureof coquettish Donzella. He passed: the superb pile of we.do not:feel, and not feeling, do not Le-
r that beaten\ found'himself,involved in ridiculous I heart, by playing with- the I : difficulties,from'which tho sublime fections of the roan vitro steno beforea, over its blastea hopes and the dark reI! what he dues not love? U ho can imagine

;tf could not.extricate him. I Don Juan in : enraptured,\with, her charms, and sighing 1 which? hid for jeverjrpm the! l.jriew tho bril. the surprise,astonishment; grief, vexation} >
I ", 'ftppoartnco might bo.'called rft handsome: for opportunity to disclose lilt passion. pant blandishments.tia .world, and' the and horror of Don Juan the 'next morniug,
"t I, ;man, though he was"a musical pedant, f I A greatwrites hiss observed"- --Dr. Johnson -, beauties of social intercourse Don Juan when, i instead looking on. the plump, ,
';if i" lady's man, a male coquette, and a .flirt of i if my memory ;serves ;me right-that reached the grotto just ,as'thq moon ,rose; 1 and roguish countenanco of t.hc. Countess rosy
the first water. I Jits sole delight seemed to we should novcvtrfewithorhold in contempt and tipt.with, silver radiance the distant Isabella! Donzella, ho'beheld Vho picture of
I, be in experimenting on .the hearts'of the the meanest,of our.fellow. creatures; ornamental trees of tho convent but he the 'yery reverse in tlie"face of
I waiting
I' l ladies,:by .means 'of; exquisite music of that there is not'' one so mean but that has found not the object of his ,iit-tile Countess maid. Don Juan couldLcar it

( i' ;his guitar' r.and though they ;showed no some good quality,:and may in the course Isabella Donzella was not there. "Can. and,raved like 'U maniac at,the no Countoss longer,,
: i Demotion, 00. always) imagined that every of changing fortunes, or/m some casual si- she mean to deceive me'ejaculated Don ,declariug be would have for the '
4 r :one before whom ,be played was tuaiionbe absolutely necessary in with revenge
I t necessarily rendering i Juan; "can she trifle the Lest affections mpoaiiioii she had practbed upon him. Ho
1lr) inlovewithhun. Every.look,every smile, ,assistance. This aphorism, as a postulate r and feelings of my 'heart'" Ho sat also, declared tho marriage 'null) and void,
\II! )ani/jven every frown, to him:'was the ovideii'ce' .- proved true, in the future eventful_ s'of down in a beautiful Spanish kiosk, something and that ho would, not live with the r
:f ;that the grand passion had uken the Countess Isabella Dorucella .qnd Don: woman:
after: the manner of the Turkish sum .: he had not chosen. Several times did lie
possession l.obJec\'aJ1E.rt. DoaJuan Juan Alvares. .But iifo unwise to anticipate i.. men houses. It' was ,at the end of a long touch<< his guitar ere
t : was often ia,ited to'.the Alcazar the future events and therefore let reasolfrdurncd to he-
palace us of
proceed avenue onngo trees which poured forth throne and thc troubled
; of Seville \'V3of
t bu'h. bytU! Moors{ where, iu, with the present disposition of our'luckless the most delicious odour- and here, Hlumi subsided passion
" hb oii&epinlot be did ,
mighty wight and lib fait
execution duklnea. Tho
nated the he
moon, sat to meditate
Von the bxt4dt the noble damsels who iu"Ifeaedlo -' lady showed( every of love tho1 on our ntzf.l
symptom the magic,of his guitar.ar d mark, die ..
it I .the,magie of,hs! ptS .Many of all was counterfeit: and Don Titan looked .. of the_ cliarmini. Pmp.l.; ,......apuroach _-
-- U. -u-----.D .-_..-f-mm .n*'"U.....11*.". PC. Jlnp_ 'rJ'm .V.. ,";.II. T"I,>>'___._:__
t -tOO oewe donnas smiled upon tha exertions unutterably tender on.the bosom which be? fie wit aroused r---tt' "iiw iv .aq-uu cumum*I
.Suddenly : from '
fcataslca! pedant,, and be went : supposed throbbed alo&e for with reverie following pleasant account of a punishment
i ti led; a"1 I late an by the !sound of a light! footstep along the upon a Paul i '
, ( t ,= ith the consciousness of having all-absorbfng andttnextinguishaUe passion pry:--
; which
winding avenue, no car save that.of Curious Fad
trios at .dozen A
wtjft hatter gentleman
c Araong the The Countess wits determined to humoirf lover up
'a could hate disti
dozen,and one that mosflatte>ed Ibe vanity our musical exquisite; for she knew she soft 1guislK. She with him from Old :-Feint 'last'' evening, u
came tripping like
' 'of Doa Juan,eat the Countess Isabella. Would not confer 'more pleasure on him Diana, a wood nymph, or a sbeUdrake with its Wl enclosed betueer.the .

r tt>awlladQBertraridiV'& lady of tbe'mostcxquuite ., than she would feel ,herself,,in thus, trying; the luxuriant, alternately! foliage seen of and the concealed by shells of an oyster, which 'had been
i tccoraptishmeatj;and whose very the extent of the power of her charms, and I Nearer and she trees i.: picked up as it was drifting to the shore,by
I lo0k spoke tHltangGageof bore,captivating in ministering to her own coquettish came, until her loose the toll-keepers of the drawbridge,, at the
vanity. flowing robe
! all beam. floating on-the gentle breeze mouth of,Mill Creek ,
( 'Though .the Countess was:uot 'She therefore resolved give him an convinced lam that The 5heIToratf
a perfect beauty, 13,respects form and feature portunity declaring la passion; and op.as than the fair Countess it could be no other being a great diver" is supposed one of
;,.,there va3ao she Jfofcll! Donzella his submarine visits, "to ha've
archness in her nun* lose: tu return, and while the attention Don Juan found the
A visit a'dJrinuignfeM in her eye, and:a some+ of her acknowledged! lover was_ attracted: rose tin from his scat, and weJc: inhe. luster resting 011 the sandy bottom, with!
.. by mg to
:.1f1int. Ie.he"taia trot-ir the cabt''of a'flower,jbe whispered in the ear of Don her hano and happy: interview, he seized its valves distended, and presenting too

'"hWu rrdteaddce ttktchwadatteolytelyir'ta' Juan, aha| 'ahe would be happy to see him 'out in all the linking pn ouo knee, poured great a' temptation for any hungry duck; to
B The ounteas 1 bad the character tho next evening la the retired grotto'of theconvent a confession, of eloquence Uwr he was master of withstand, he, \vithout ceremony thrust
r chancierT ,at the same time giving iaa. realcoquetted passion that swayed hiS in his long narrow bill to extract the deh-
otbcrathat4ud3)oastf heart The
of ay. : ) ,in, tb4 Smile, Which he mistook for lore should Countess was surprised that ciouii morsel{ when.t the oyster, not approv
A lend
,-yes of men.. Hut Doa Juan had the-j sate genuine-ODe nom''the mould or untpid. Don'Juatd such language to Jib ing Of auch familiarities: suddenly coUar&i
quality himidf ,and why shookl he coni-- I was. near fainting with joy; but recovering tongue,diffidence but ahe concealed it, cod with pretended the portals of its little citadel,and held the ,
plain ': :anotherf lie did not but he her congratnUtcd: her musical l ,tnlcJer'. head 'under"
gave: one his most lea lover that 'MC<:f until it suffocated
vUla ,h'd'itcl1ed'tbb'Gbantessday andJ1fi1Jt del looks,and bowed w acquiescence to'her the ,they bd,both been actuated by : him; while unwilling or unable tt
,with the view of procuring an'inter.J request. -{ I> same Juan impulse in seekingtlie interview let''gd his hold, both oyster and duck wenborne'to
on asseverate that
a .a: bis whole Dart the shore'by.the refluent tide.

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