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: February 14, 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: UF00049046:00019

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Published |very Saturday, atTIVE.pOL.LAnSpe'rliririuth. :. 't general information to,nil Massey of tho
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( A' VEntJS'UfEN:3 inserted! 'at the ja e'of to present or to our the patrons,'Fi, ardleiili'of labor -
One Dollar arid Fifty Cents'per square;'for Commercial anff .
Political Intelligence, both
.Qal... Foreign and '
the first insertion, and :.Scvenlv-Five Cents Domestic with as '
fareacbsubsequentcontinitance.-., ovary and Miscellaneous; great matteries a variety of Lit: .
vtsrtiscments will be continued until' other its will, permit. Our columns will our I''
,wJse.,. ordered. None,; :will be considered' _________ open Q.th; # tontperate discussion remain of

I less! than a square. ., 4 J. ATKINSON. EDITOR' 6: PUI5LI8IIER, I subject connected with the" public good any iiz,

No, subscription will bo discontkieduttlcss eluding nil scurrillity and'persons! '..ploen'In

at.ihe option or the Editor v until, all VOL, KKY. WEST SATIJUDAY) FEBRUARY 6Det"'battterwilllfe'prod cifnCJhp lJ '
arrears are p: ul. Lie l839. NO. 18.., dily rendering beneficial the varied natural

All letters to the Editor on business.; -Ta advantages of bur StateeleaUntbe
must bo Post Paid. : : conductinp, a: ship or vessel in, or' out, casting type by hand, long desideratum by I tnercial character of.our city/or meliora corny
J-_ ovo- : -artof the Florida Becf. Second- '' the and ting the
generally any Eurepean _American FoUbders,was, moral social attd political.condlUon -,
Fotho"informatioiMf Mariisre ;;Mfom any pirt,of the said Reef to the port' by Amencan.ingenuity' and si heavy expenditure 'I of our peoplowill meet with: o'Jr. ardent
we'haf procured front:: tho Collector the. 'ofJ Key W st,pi 'to Indian Kef; or,thirdly of time,and'money,)on the part oxour, and humble support '*
following schedule of_tbo situation the, ,through.ei.lher of thcchanncfs info 'seniorpartner
<<: leading ,successfully accomplish- COND1TI
Light Rouses along the' Florida. shore, 'the port, or harbor.of.Key West aforesaid, I. cd. Extensive use of the machine cast letter NS.,

under superintence. tp wit.' for every foot of water which'aucNship has fully tested and established it*superiority ,,'' The Savannah Mercury will be pubHihtai

CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT, -Stationary or vessel may draw the sum of two dollars in.every particular,.over that_cast :daily throughout the year,on a super rot \*
-;Situated on .the South side of Key Biscayne and for'every day for which such pilot by the old process. I ,sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable;

about 400 yards from the beach. imaybedetaincdat.employed oh board such The Letter Foundry business.will hero. I I scini-annually In advance. .

The Light may be considered 70 fcetaboye, (ship,or.vessel, the fnrther,8um\of twodol- ,after: be carried on by the patties before, : Tho Mercury j for the co.ntrJ1111)e: pub.*

the level.of tho tea<< /dfstant'from; the. gulf named under,the firm of.White,Hagar k co. ,lished to meet the arrangement. of the

steam about7' mll.cl.lV cbiets drawing- 10, Mars.sec.: .. 7.'Be.it further enafctetl.That 'Their specimen exhibits a complete erics' three time.' week at the office-of the mails.Sai .;,
l fiet may. ''approacli within !2:1-2, miles of tho'light' every fron.Diamond,to 14 lines Pica. The Book i Innnab Mercury lad, wllf, b.:sent teal)' i
vessel bound either
liat fi5 47 N-Lonj?; 80 42 tyV 'West: ,,except a. lioeose&'wreektng Colndia.n1rc1or vessel Key, and "News'typo being in the most modem ; [parts; of the Union,ortleliveredf in the City,
light and'style.White :at Four Dollar
; per'UnDum, payable in ad-1 ,
and to receive board :
refusing 'a '
pilot on ,
on Carjsford's Reef,\near the eito of the Hagar & Co. are agents for (Nance"preFite"atthe:
the expiration
; of' six\
shall six
said mile.
old one, in Lat,25.08,N.-Long. 80 27 W. spoken y pilot respectively mOI '
sale of the Smith and ;Rust Printing'Presses i; .(hs. flRIItoontafnalltilnteI1ig4ace I
it is easily distinguished, as two distinct from Indian Key aforesaid, ,or which they.canfurnish td their custom Commercial Political ,
Literary and Avis;,
from the skid Light House thoTsland of .
lights are shown; which can generally be on era at the ,manufacturer's I I'Ca.e' Icellane ul
prices Chases ; including advertimentir '
West be ncverth lessand it is ,. pub- !
Key hereby .
seen al the distance of 12 mile-.- -Its,:ob- Composition Sticks, Ink and every fished in the diily paper.'Advertisemehti : .
ject is tQ warn vessels from the dangerousrocks mad subject to pay full rates ofpilotageasthoughsuch article used in the,Printing Business, kept will lid conspictlously inserted '
had been taken O'D board -
and shoals near which it is'placed.KEY' 'but if not spoken pilot more than three mica! respectively ., for sale,and furnished on' the shortest notice. in both papers,at,'IS Jcents poi1 WEST LIGHT Stands on tho '
Old type taken'in exchange for new or fourteen lines, for the Crtlinsartionan: *
3. West ''Point of the Island of Key West, from the abovementioned places, at 9 cents per,, pound. / ; ,tbh ft-seven and half centst for each -
and of such refusal Yue1
it in Lat. 2433 1-2 N..-Long. 81 52 J-! then in case as afbresajd, .N. B.' Newspaper Poprietonfbo: givethe .,ceedingpubiicatton.All '

W. ; erected for tho purpose of guiding vessels ., she shall be liable to pay' half pilotage-' -, and above three.insertions,'will be entitledto : communications_ by ,chat,,: must box
when entering the harbor the directions ,no more. Five Dollars in ,
; such articles as:they may postpaid. ,
See. 8. 'De.it further enacted That no .
for'which; are as follows t Bring the ; aelectfrom our specimen. 't '" ,.. j
light tobear;NVN.AV.and: tho, Sand Key, fees shall demandable for piloting and New ,York, 1833. CHEAP,VAttAhtB\NDtNTKRESTlNO) '
Light to bear'W. W.'and. you cross the [lcond eting any vessel.if same be spoken .' WORflJ ;,

Reef in about 5 fathoms water; run rortCcy ('at Bless distance than three)miles from tho PROPOSALS ; i The Family,Phytlcian and Gazette of Jtu.mR F t i

West Light;.until within..two miles,'then .light house aforesaid, or,from Indian Key, I '-, "' Life, "

steer N. W; until you open FJc min:'.Key !provided that this secticn shall not beheld FOR ,PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, Being: a Library of Health and IlygenU ; <1
extend ;;
to to going or' coming''through r
Which is a Mangrove Island in: the northern any A, NEWSPAPER and of Popular and, General. Medicajl
part of,the harbor, and then'run for it., the northwest passage of the'ha ,- .I -. Knowledge, rendered'fsmijiaf to \ .
bori'of;' Key West, when spoken the distance every t
in the of To individual
best is
The anchorage upper part t 8E'.ElTITLED''TJIE ; i embracingeverysubjebt'cor.i.aeetea '
of two miles. and a half from said light \
of the
the harbor. Height Light
with the
.i prevention, ,treatment
the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches.Lipht'Stationarr. house. KEV WES.IHQUIR R. .. ? '
and euro'of diseaivs +the of
Sec 0* Be further. enacted That in ,_ 3 ,, qualities
the event of master of vessel refusingto medicines: -their '< SAND. KEY' LIGHTRevolving'oncein i any i [U, UNDERSIGNED, ,: begs leave rep ,health--tbe ingredients of secret '
54 seconds. It is the best light on tho pay aoy pilot for his serviceatheamountoffees _L spectfully, to offer prepositions to this ent mcdicin s. the true 'orpat. I''

coast ; S. W. by S. from Key West Light. herein before provided, 'each pilot :enlightened public, U>, publish ,8' weekly': Jog and drinking- eating principles,and eau: I
; drinkingl :
the office
Lat,24 26'N-Long-, 81 67 W,, situated i may, at discretion, sue out from ; ;,newspaper under, .the above title. It:!Shall! to litsi rdosnestiocQokerJ, 'I
of the clerk of, said court an" attach'
i! :;.cUy on, thojRccf.! Tbo Light. 70 feetabove returnable immediately tho said bb '''principally devoted tg Commercial la.telli'jencorparty ,:; and a great Variety:'of curious, ) 1
: meat
the .* and
fca. controversy shall be intereitiog1tnbwledge 'of
: court,or to the,Judge thereof in Chambers; '' en. 't ;
TORTUGAS LIati.'f-Stationary-on: against the vessel piloted or spoken, which i It.rtlyexcfuded. .... importance to alt, and {1
ongof tbo Dry Tortugas ,Islands near.the from the of :
mass maakind.
1 The is of
said in Chambers ihall undersigned thoidifTiculty
the aware
: Court or. Judge fully' -
I western extremity, )f>the. Reef, in Lat.'24. summarily and without jury, proceed to ex.' of,the task be is about to und r.take -,,J \Contributed to by a number ,of t1ctkaa. \ 1
= W ,
31 N. 83 10 ,
Long. ; __ facts and law of the ,Physicians.' $ ,
I amine into the case and in consideration his :want of,
R81r' AC'l'' to provide1: for>the: appointmentofPflbtsVand" I| and decide accordingly to its merits but'if Jexpcriencb, has btined"poUte offer of'a9sistancb'from The Abject of this work isltb; aresent every -; \.

to 'ttgulate the rules of |the said vessel so assisted or spoken,shall friends whose and subject connected with diseases sad.'itV: I'
.,Pilotage"at-the port: of Key West;and for of the age
not be within pour ; by Itss&npUcityand ,
...., .,: .'. '" :' |o.ualifications: 'render.J liep<. "coinpctent'to, per -
'otbo + (; ,
FpbfpQses.4.c |tbe said pours,or Judge; in ;Chamber shall, -plcoitj.ot1ta4'QfJ.,abaU posh/e .n,wio,
:Scc.1.: it"enacted; by the :Governor; (land mar on the ,:return, oft the attachment, the task For his. "orjq""part; ,. .ho'pledges; wish"; to be 'bo bI""oonud'a MMf!'mo fc .'!
and,Legislative Council the Territory of 'proceed'in, like mariner, CX-FARTE, aqd decide -:: himself that so far as his" health and I interesting and important sdencet< .*' ,

Florida, That from and afc.c\-the'passage of I( accordingly. v strength! will permit-.the: public may rely, The advantage of.:filch a"publication to f 'j

this act,the Governor tho taidi'erntory'be 1 I 'Passed Feb. 15,1834. "" y.upon tho utmost regularity in the. publicatioa -. I all ranks of f9 it111eed not 1).'insisted uff*, J II'

and be is hereby authorised, by and with'tho ; JOHN WARREN- -of,the- QO,.since they joust suggest themselves t4
advice Md'::onlent of said Council,'dill'''; j Pres. Legislative Council. Great paper. every reflecting:mind. Under, the Inh.{ \,
will be taken to obtain the.
pains ,
ing its annual sessions,to appoint such num Approved Feb. 15, 1834.' I toes of the diffusion ofsoond medical know* '
ber of Pilots for the port and harbor'of Key t i : (earliest and mOst correct, intelligence' : of ledge alpoDg all classes,empiricism roust b*> 1,
; -
West and the adjacent coast in a northeast: TTT TYPE FOUNDRY ;: Wrecks and' Wrecked Property and also, 'disarmed of,the,' dangerous weapons .with

erg,direction fromi] said'cityv and the ex Jl AVING Purchased of Mr.RICH ARD" frbpbris of vessels passing near' dq Florida, which it wars 10 succesiively against tie lifo

t&ine.northern limits of the County of Mon : RONALDSON his long ,established and [I Reef. of many the abusive employment or'medlcinessobanetbltoheahi.willgt.lpldceW-:

roeas ho may deem necessity,' expedient, 1,very extensive,Type Foundry, the subscrU1 Q ttrGETixEMEN;' friendly: to thfc under. 'I I II
and advisable( provided tho number so appointed bers have formed a. co-partnership for:tbe* taking will pleaso recdvoaubscriptto and i tbe rational "dciinbtration of.:remedial .i' '

in any one year shall not exceed j purpose of continuing said,business,and for forward i the Editor sours agents,and the scientific and experienced, (
: the names as
twelve. s I the convenience of their, friendl"and',patrons physician will be aided in his effects to 'al*, ''I

Sec.=., ,Bo it further cnacted,TJuit such I ,have'removed.t1leir establishment to amore '' possible. leviale tbejwfferiBg| ;of.humanity.. Nothing -{ :}'

pilots so appointed before entering on tbe central part of the city. 'Allt Is their ATKINSON,, that,can add to tbe utility of the,worfr, J I

discharge of their duties 'as'such,shall each, intention to\keep on hand a good' assortmentof October, 1,1834. ,. shall bo neglected. The princJf lej'of, err:

become bound in an obligation with ono or' the best type, and to make each additions, ; "'- ......... .... ,, 1 and regimen shall be explained' ,, and their
moreuood and sufficient ,securities to'' be I and improvements as the taste of the trade; 'PRQS ECT S'- application enforced Tbe ingredients 01;
approved of by the beard of, :warden, era' ''I''and.tho wants of the country require, they secret'reaedieashall be given and the wbolrsubject \

majority of them,for the port and harbor: ';;'flatter themselves that this .establishment i i .. ? i.i or TMB'; of materia jnedica shall dUcosie4] : ,\',

V>resaid, in the sum of one thousand dollars, '\ will merit a.large share ef patronage' They SAVANNAH MERCURY. ', and,.SlI leaped in lucid and'slmplo.tl.. .'i''

conditioned for tho faithful,diligent, ,and :, have now ,several fonts.oaband, which can,. 1 A DAILY,MORKIMO FiPlB, lkT A P remiu of SlOO trill bo award* Ii
able performance of their dutieswhlcb bond :H be furnished at 'a fow hours;! notice and,'.are [,1 Devoted to Commerce-rAffricuHure Politics to the writer of the best'.iay(net ..xc* 4n '::

make'' fonts bt all weights and Jog 40'pagsI on the to?
when executed shall immediately be placedon I I prepared to -Literature-and General octavo) aavantagesthe'

file in'theoffice: of the Clerk of tho SupefW sues:from Pearl to.92 line Pica, including' '. Intelligence. .', ;- community of'the' general dWuiion. .
Court ofaaid County,at the proper: cost 'a-great 'variety of Ornamental Letter.; medical knowledge l'fbeetttj* iro.to ,W 'M I-
edited and in
To the
of such pilot. '. Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, Brass r ..f>e jntbluhed > .city. of, ,directed post paid, to tho editor; ia ell of ;

'Soc. 3. Beit furtherenactedThat..in. Rule, and other,ornallenu wilt be found to' Savannah,' Ceo. ;J.ue nest. _,-e., "
qty event bftho .unfaithfulness',:; insobriety ',be.very extensive, of which. specimens will BY 'V.f.!. BALDWIN HARRISON Tho award of'the,premium "n.,4. ,Dt ",
'of pilot t.he shall. Ibe forwarded toPflDterl.U soon as they : IN presenting the public.the prospec ,
criminal negligence any the decision of eminent
(upon p
of the Savannah ,
tho of twenty respectable; can be prepared. .. '., . Mercury, a just regard iI.u. I Jt'1'l1
any ;
upon citizens 6f eaid .'.. 1. rit1: of the. Printing Presses. of every description, ; for the feelings of,those 'e expect to i -t f i '
,, said Voaril'of wardens,so appointed lq jtheQoYcVnorjto I Printing Ink of the most approved qualities ;serve j as well as.a compliance which( tin* Hr-Cdito'rs,pos tmjwterfe and otn.n., sire, \
',has sanctioned,renders It necawsrr to'given ia {respect/oily invited to act U
that effectbe removed from of-< ,Composing Stick., Bran Oalte, ImposingStones i' Agents. Any ,
fice.ind besides be proceeded againstby Cases, Paper,and Press Boards, brief synopsis tie principles which shall i person who remits ten dollars will have tea' ,
may Presses, Furniture together:"witha govern us Jour editorial duties We are I copies, forwarded him. Persons 'remitting' ,
indictment, as in ordinarycascs./of! tmbdemeaoor i Standing impressed with the beUefrthat in a dollar will. ...,
'on'conviction fined"1n a sum complete assortment,of all article usedin govern i one have:eight onmbrt..*.Bt.
and ,
; ment like ours, e-preservation of the Lib. All ucations.to bo addressed ,
not tbou+and dollar, to boassesteJ a Printing Office wilt bo kept constantly distant eomtoq .
exceedlugone and shall, bo ,on baud. of the People mainly depends on their \ \to the editoriNQ; >> CMp> Dat.trt.k If tit;j 1
'by jury, moreover Bookbinder- I .virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and tbe York sod
liable to i wit on behalf of any PUt aggrieved Smair fonts iftutab'le for ( iiust.bopoft' paid.) Yearly -
,on tbe bond spas hereinbefore provided, ib great variety, may be had wben called dissemination of sound political knowledge ; lp.N.h< <...rL ;
them and being actuated by a sin *
executed him. tOI' W 1 amoq Tbo tditor has great pleasure beingable
be by- "
Sec 4; UcItfurtbiienactedThatifanypenoa ; Orders from all parts of the Union will be cere desire to :sdtanc.thecause of State '. to ecaace, tho approbation;bt miry"t
.except !nick as'nay-have been appointed .promptly and most carefully .attended,,to* Rights and ConitUatioaal Liberty,..shall,' \eminent medical gentlemen. to the plan of I
the doctrines the 8t te ,
Eights ,
u afaretalil,and have complied with 'and particularly in supplyingsoars for all. support this p1bqc. ou. :
Party of Georgia,u set forth;fa the Virgin.U 1
second their Bin I
the section wmisbed by predecessors
allheoondiUons.peet6edta foots i
of this act;shall chargoanycompeniation .. ,ny b.Itonaldsori, and Richard: Honaldsoo. id Kentucky, Resolution of 17 -99-i- T.BB Su scriber oOidl ';ttoTttt (Jf frl.ab:
lie Stereotyping in all its branches;executed aDd which weie so tnumPhutl1"'a1.Q'b the'public that lid h : ,
:for services he may perform as pilot, the State Georgia in 1825.8, aocJ "br.'rJl" .
shall be doomed guilty of high misdemeanor, by L.Johnson,as heretofore y Ut la .tad attend to any Vusiness- that may ;
thereby as perpetuating paelne. '
on/connclion thereof,shall be fined JOHNSON & BUITIf. :'ed to hit cart in the HMI*
St. Philadelphia }833.KyfPnblishers tunable blessings we enjoy under our' 'pres AUCTIQN ,,AWPCOMMI3SIOWLINE,
not exceeding( treble the. amount ofcompeoaatiomreceUed No. 6, George ,
vsum byt blot"to be assessed ( of Newspapers who,insert sot form 'government, and which .re'guaranteed His office Is up plain In Mr,F'A.Browoe'iWareflouM .,

jiiryV provided thai this act shall, this advertisement, anA. forward a paper' untq us,so long as each departtmeet ,. where. b.' af jjts U.timesbo
by a
of her its aI
J 8. will be entitled to is kept within legitimate found. ,
not held to extend the master: ormar.: containing it to fc ; ,
bo vessel in' settlement of their accounts sphere of actl D.VO are in- favor of KI; He takes this oppHr| ftky of rendering
of .licensed wrecking' oa $3, payable I
iner any strict of the .tUOtloD-ud
: less 10, thanks forpast iavofs'ib&d l by Three
J\eerooboantoluJ such wreck- when their bills amount to not pes
lie Florida
which J, dE. : wsed to all systems which have for their IPtttiDaU D a to tmtoiM,; to anent a.
vcl oPr
ins vessel,or 00 board of any: :, oct the taxingof the many for:the beo.-, cootJDUUcoof.aWic patronage.CDeo. :j

!Ju been: cast aoay, unless tucli Tesul .-WHITE &:"WILLIAM IIAOAR, fit of tjtafew, oral la Jingrestrictioat upon 0 Jpfl.:'A* THOUBOif.THE .
Las,been spoken by a regular ..
so cast shall
away R or domcitlo industry-- .
erco -
Printer a.J.
pit. at hut six miles from the tight LousoWetl. ; E3PECTFULLY Infer fthe tile Federal J9
v if tot the United States, to>wbota they have all 'Hw..lupeafa ,
00 tbct 1a1aDd..f Ke 0' ; ptablbbcd' eril Peat 09 ekeicbt4. of tVBV S4ai1 o pi: -' -

rt "G.. Betttrtrt0branietedVThatYi1suits I long been fcMHviJuAHy kao"Q" form, liberties the p WW$". f"' pldlet we, SUBSCRIBER ;.le.tri. .-
(kad pro e fttiOJlS provided for in'thi i Letter. Foonddrr.thst they now and teas express, our pre&ience for the priopie **f- *181 ..uat tM t ;
act,a h!ll lieiUd.U the.auperiortCourt of ed a co-parlnenhlp' in said business, ,of the Stato Sights Party of Georgia, ...' oI OdI...
the County aforesaid, or before the Judge I hope from their united akin and experience who wo atoll auffOft that party oily sot long a*' TU'l"r-&toaH etteeUaa by....1!'..,.

\ thereof.ia.Chamben.. to be able ty give fullHl.fluJUoh toaD tWy tdbot to those pHneiMes.roar saotto to merit aitbie.. p&fO,.....

dee.0. Be it farther.cuucted. That: the : may favor them wtbo.r.. being emphatically M Prtociplef,not men," oJ. 41 '1H; \

TeAl&fMg fees and rates dotage be aIf,,,. The introduction of,raacbiaery in plaxjoof of and our ambltwn. tot do tad stain ri ht,, Key "Vat, If" Iy. ,
e4 to each and pilot,first for piloting rrery tho tedous ,and. >ohealtby ,practice



ilcniftMhatib'o"lle ': ; )'" 'contpitis6rted! )u .flowing slioalsof
'" : '' .-wh 'd tbd,UMBiiecuwMiirciuMijw-( rcd. d) "tell yon beyond is really and truly and gold; with silver bowdah-" and
'' inS" to !
IMMJr., }111 r: 1' .. the imagination.cold,the,slumber of rfLr '.: f1'1love I own yearns whldi! ''you find in France natives.of ,rank clothed! i in glitt r.

Devoted :A rnentt'IIabiE"clod! cbn. beauty will soon fair Upon the dream, of \;: made for society, not for sohtu tissues, form nn imposing sight, but '
j finetnent will cause beasts nnd.birds: of the : beauty,and the flame of affection be qt1 chied ; oTC that love Which benefits the d ian only be seen with:full effect in the)

Most opposite nature lo,feed together andovgn in apathy or disgust. 'Joon/iheiatined M boudoirittis th t country beyond !the city Oncovit! '

become attached J I..ut'it somewhat With,men of genius, strong feelings'and'! xthicb mixes with intrigue; whh i street, the jostling and confusion ar ,
to'lt'C. powerful sympathy exist, ever associated, and, ndo ls, and not unfrequcntly
singular, powerfuLpassion .are and affairs it is
i between animals i in a state 'of perfect freedom ,. if beauty is.unmingled with ,the qualitiesof with which politics pleases, and never ;absorbs; pas'cs, ladders and housings'o

who! are almost as remote in their' : wild thought and affection; if delicacy builds no fairy palate 0' f' itsown, but I : part of the toof,on the veranda of

genus. as tho bird and the"fish. and" virtue are not admirably blended with the trodden paths of life projected buildings, are torn away U
A singular instance, ''JowecrIS.o.. .jw mental attractions, tho light of love,will scatters than over a people find ,tI struggles for precedence djrplayed! wild

t seen; ttny.dtiy in the third avenue,,in the de- soon extinguished and the general) impulse flowers With this love the severer history of ,' } auts acquainted: with! jliiir strength
i Soled' attachment of a fine young New- ] of the bosom chilled 'by apathy and 'natiorial, that! the entering with amour: into tho' resolves

Ibuiidland dog, and an old.-worn out horse contempt. Men of intellect may jield a. 'So completely have never failed to Mahmout*},to gain.or maintain tho
',A gentleman of this city, among many momentary homage to a beautiful woman: gallant of I places.
/ The name
horse lately had one that served him long: of other fascination;' even ''a most popular. in ,
dispossessed breed.here t
stale of
t historical than that domc.v;J
and being past work,Sent the gilded] wino is hardly more i '
faithfully urchin will and
and \ village ones not
been larger
Gabrielle has ever ) ; young than'
i to Mr.Daniel Flynn's near York- in both cases the eternal: fair ; nor !
down but
aim of a butterfly, size pj orelrcqucntly
diminution of the respect still paid seen frolick!
'to wear out the,,little remainder! of the senses, and, some
; splendor palls upon that his by ,the-side of their mothers
beloved King through
his life in good pasture. After being turned of innate 'character is sought for to wise and .1 ,
thing of Lucklow
| a
Council -
; '
this two three days excited. 'accompanied hlm.anthe ; fraught
out for purpose sustain the:regard'which.beauty -
,: the
interest to of'an .
before his Court eye European
a tee large Newfoundland ''dog who had is flattering to the feelings of a him publicly ,
Nothing so ,
been accustomed to the veteran, missed his as tho exhaustless'regard,of a sensib.e: received his car sses.No,; the .large camels are equally numerous,and

Old friend from his accustomed stall, and t man female, and no incense so rich cm be offered ,saw nothing in that but what was tout handsomely: caparisoned: add consul-

By some strong, instinct, traced him to hiswxsture the shri.ne.oC a woman's ambition cab. and the only pomt which they to.the splendor of a procession_
he found upon of is that the belle ng's'stud'' does not consist of fat
field. No sooner had as the avowed and enthusiastic affection er importance r:
\tai than? ho Deemed resolved they never ', of a man' of:genius Beo.utytthou! was really belJ On this point, a thousand horses, many wliich a& .
should their Monarch's mistress as their pCcirueRs of the finest breeds, rInd
again part art mead and unmeaning to), when contrasted
,He immediately took up his quarters with depth of:feeling] and power of are inexorable, and nothing tended considered rngons of their kind; they 1-

with him'in the open field,:and. las never mind, and she.who would aggrandize! to to depopulariso''Louis] XVI. as Jus.. brought out, to increase the splendor! of

+ left1!him, morning,' noon, :or night. This herself consequence, from .tho little] ''ambition menial intrigue with the ugly old retinue: and e"cn.Jpori ordinary nce:!.

quadruped! 'Damon and Pythias may be seen of personal beauty,:is too imbecile in ,Scarron,-ftdieer'* Pr lICCf his suwario exceeds in multitude ant

together i any day Flynn's and)it is some her aspirations, to merit the attention of an 'any European nation, of oslcn tailors!
what curious to observe the care and !attention elevated thinker. Spermaceti Whalelisheay: The ;Asiatic Journal' ,

,"' pith which the dog watches and. guardsthe : number of ships'engaged:! in 'I this va E* *****j P *- 1IIt.wr.*yEaipMtgET.>

old horse. While he grazes, his faithful : There is a most admirable lessen contained branch of the f5bcries18: 273-oC .-All personshaving demand

'j f k friend, lies down,to'rest, and when ho in the following extract of Mrs. 257 are now abaentrviz2: : against the estate of Alexander Ham

t: :t. has finished and reposes n..th..e''grass the Hannah Moore's Strictures on the, modem. from Day are horeby required to present '
: watch dog",moves around him: .l kea, :sen: of female educatidn New Bedford without' delayand all persons indebted
I F try'on his post, nor will lie allow any one system ; : tc arc requested to make imme
''* Since,then, .thero'.is a season_ when tho Nantucket\
For timethe almost payment to, '11.'IC.'R&\VCOM8
approach ;, a dog was .b ,
starved, for his,, faithful.attendance youthful must' cease 'to lip young, and the! Bristol Fairhaven ": ( '. ", r West, ,Jan.' 5l83.3.\ [olGfiw] Ad'mr.
S I beautiful to excite admiration,,to learn<< how ;' ..
was, not_ .observed byany who could cater NctvLoridon f"' c r. r.COLLECTOR'S
to grow old gracefully, .is ':perhaps one of < Vl"t '.. ,
bet'wheait became known .
for him' not "
I. ; the rarest and most,valuable arts that canbotaaght'to Hudson .oVmW-v: ". ,, OFFICE, l
only did Jisf owner permit him to_follow his ,. .. January 1835. S
And i it must be con= Warren.. ':
woman i "f : "
r inclination, but tho horse's entertainer became r f > be.attention of merchants and others
it is .severe trial for those Edgarton "KX-'V .
fessed "
a most ? *f < 'tho
the.dog's provider and his dailymeals 'to subjoined sections of au
t now ,
'. '
V"r : '
down who 'have Falmouth ; \t., > ,
women lay beauty; nothing ;. ;
.', are taken to him in the,field] for no .. .. ,, concerning tonnage duty on Spanish
r can induce him to else to lay rip; ,Newport : r;1.i! : -f'"V; ".approrca 30tl June 1834.
coaxing or entreaty come'within It is for ,this sober of life thatcduchlion' Sagharbor ,,* .
i) the season 1jf'v". / W. A. WIIITEHEAD,
house,or leave his ancient friend .," '
; ; ,
1 '
should] its richest Salem' -- COLLECTOH
lay up resour .
for eVen hour. How few such disintere3ted'attacbments ,
an : Sec. 1. From and,after the first .
ces. However disregarded they may have Newburyport V day of
can be found
among been, they will be wanted now. When ad. Poughkrepsie, next, Spanish'Vessels coming from
men;man' boasts himself far superior to the mirers fall and flatterers become Portsmouth t bland of Cuba or Porto Rico, either

,1 brute,yet how. often'is-reason thus admen the mind away will.be ,driven back again mute with I Dartmouth or after touching at any port.or
idled by instinct.. tf. 'Y. ,Travd. -. shall pay in the putts or the United
,-.a-.:. increased force. Yet,for ctting this,do we and one from each'of the following such further tonnage duty in addi

, ) : !'Mental and corporeal: offering. Thereis seem edurate oar dsughlcrs for the-transient viz-Dost, Plymouth! ,Wareham, to the tonnage duty which maybe pay.

f a very pretty Persian- apologue on the period of youth, when it ia lo mature ester,Portland,Wiicasset tJ Fall Rfrer 'under any other law as shall bo equiv
1 1 difference between mental and corporeal Buffering life we'ought to. advert? Do we ,not educate idence, Stonnington, Newbury, New p to'the amount of discriminating duty I
il'+ A '' them for a crowd; forgetting that they and Wilmington, Del. .Sixteen' Y would have been'imposed 'on the car
II( king and.a minister discussing
I ,! : were are to live at home.for,a ,crowd and not are in port, belonging ,as follows- importedUn the..said vessels; rcspec- ,
I tho, subject differed opinion.
,' f .maintained for themselves for show and not for use? ,Bedford,7; Nantucket, G; ,if thesame had been exported from
The"'minister the first to be of Havana*
J port American bottoms.Sec. .
,i mat severe, and convince his sovereign' for time and not,for.eternity tn mouth, Sagharbor, and Edgarton, colon 2. Before any such vessel statkltt-''
f 1 of it,be took t lamb and broke its.'f leg,'shut I The aggregate tonnage of the 257 | to clear'out or depart from a pert
I .- it up and put 'food before it. He took an* A Trading'Laicyer. .An' emineiSt law ships, b n ary,100! :tons. 'Of the +United States with 'a cargo which

i dtber,'shut!it dp'with a ,tiger, .which was yet went into the shop of genllenian in only 61 had each at last dates ; be directly or Indirectly destin d-to
j',': i.;. Bound to tistrong, chain," that: .the' 00.,It, Boston, who.was in partnership with his 1000 bbls of oil and upwards; and .of the said Islands, the said vessel

could spring, near*. but not seize the lamb, brother-in-law,and enquired for some waist the.same.number arotiot yet ] pay such further tonnage duty as shall
II and put food,also before him; In the morning coats. A number of patterns were thrown' any oil. The number of'seamen equivalent to the amount of discrimina.
I ho carried the king.to see the effect on the counter. The lawyer pleasantly ob igators employed on board these' duty that would be payable for the

( the experiment. The lamb with'the kf: t served,he should}!i ike to take one,of them not less than900.: -The ,cost of-tho port being of Havana upon the,in cargo an Amcricaabottom imported into,

en J leg had eaten up all the food ed before if he would take bi's'pay in law.;, ",You_ fleet,as fit ted for these voyages ,of 3 Sec.,3.",No Spanish vessel thill bc *.,

him/' 'theoher'us found. 'lead, ,from, may take one if you please* replied thegentleman"and duration, probabJj'exceeds'$ to clear out or depart'fronra porn*
pay my brother-!irt-tara.* A document before us furnishes United States
\ fright.. ,., with any goods;wares, or
, .
I' t \careful 1 ,
I 11 .1" .ii9 .--a? ; estimate of the spermaceti except : a.destination! to
. I iThe'following is the enumeration, made Temperance,,*Shtps., A proposition to ';ported into the United States port or place in the Island of'Cuba'or

br M. Arago,.of all.the severe winters du.' Ithrespective marine insurance companiesin )'eaf'I\)34. Since Jan. 1, there Rico, without giving' bond with ap<
, ring the.last ten centuries. In 80tf the this city to encourage temperance I ed from'the Pacific Ocean, 55 ships, security, in double the, vahiu&w the
.shp.! oard waS noticed sometime in ''into this 11 New Bedford cargo that the' stidf cargo or
frozen ago
; Rhone :was over. The cold was port, ; 25 part thereof, shall t be landed in ei
i fir 1 8 to 20 this journal. St'eero, happy_to learn that mouth, 2 Fairhaven 6 New L
a&I t !. (, centrigrade ,degrees below (lit ; ; i .of the acidIsiands.whieli: bond shall
I ;ero;, In U38,:. the Pp was frozen fro ', "has met their approbation, and that a Edgarton,, ,- 2 ;. Sagharbor, 2; I cancelled on produeing-the certificate
V t Ciemoaa'to.the sea. In 1234, loaded' m'meeting s has been held of their officers to, ;>Fllimouth,Dristol"llnd Hudson, 1 ;; in American Coasulj that the said

r. and wagons crossed.theddriaticinfront of 'take into consideration 'the propriety of The cargoes of these ships, ,] :, has beeD landed elseiFhere,'bona fide t.
Venice Jn 1305,all the rivers' of France making difference between those 'Vessels i of the Levant.ncJ Sparta'C just :, without intention to reship for a port(
were frozen over; In 324, it was possible' :which have spirituous liquors On board,and !and presumed to amount to ; t> of the said Islands"' -

to' 'travel. 'front?. Denmark to, Lubec and 'those which have not. Mr Delavan, 'S cc- (erage little more'than' 2000 ''bbls nl2-tm] .
t 1334 ,rotary! of the New York State Temperance !; in the whole .
fcth! ?V !a all lho river' bring 111,081 bblaL] : P. d
; r of/Provens, mid: Italy "were frozen. At Society, made various statements of facts, this quantity 16,000 bbls. estimated GREENE
P r tbcf front*! tang two months and t 0' ,illustrative.of the increased hazards to navigation :been brought from tho South : to transact General Ager'tcJr -

days, In '468, it was necessary ,to breakup from.tho use for spirituous liquors, Ocean, making about 128,000 bbls: Auction and Commission business

t the wine..Flanders, with hrtchels, in i and it. was resolved unanimously] that on" have the entire quantity of ""s: ; : Key,, and West.goods, lie will lias a commodious War,. .

'order to serve'.i I) out''to .the. soldiers. In 'all policies hereafter issued, upon vessel ls' 'imported in the course of the last : : reasonable ratcu.nor.8,18344tf.J. betaken on-storage
iftUr the same became requisite in France"' ,and outfits, five percent of the'wholo! i Of this quantity: 70,577; bbls. were .
10 169. theeeawasfroaen front tliaraeilla ea :amount: of premium shall be returned, upon nt New Bedford, and the residue .
I t fnioe. l J66 lhe ; evidence, being produced that spirituous '
Selnef wu entie1677. ; i tucket and other ports. I : N GEORGE;
+i ljtfiozeq ovet! In the',Seine was' liquors were not used by the ship's company Among the ships! now abroad ZIR1AX,
'''t frozen for 38 IJCCftstflJ : duringjthe. *-._# Y.. Cent ,
days. In :31 which sailed
in 1831 ; 73 in' 2ESJl 5bUc that lie has opened
tliaAdritjc aDd ;
the 25 ,a
Mediterranean !'in BAKING
;1833; and 65k J834. 'Should tSTABUSHMENf ia
N ; Mars fleatoGenoihfeft03en. It 1716 At the _battle! of Jemeppe, Dumouricr r foreseen calamity take place city wLcrr the business is carried on in
t oho S mete establial d on theTbaiue anJ hid for his aads= e
!iDaUy, the.Solno: ,WI;s entirely fro tOTer ..be.autaful.t the most delicate, and accom- bo Injured or interrupted the I ec' description, Navy and Pilot ,Bread
n .
tiq 17/44,1744c17661767,1788; and'J 8. dished young women in society of the time. fj-ermaceti whale ships! expected to the subscriber.aro kept CODbntJ" hand, fresh
Sqallycbastoand warlike I
Modern 'witinn the '
1815 West
year be ,.Nor.
may 15, fitf
1 "afJ2. '. % i. Camillas felt a Veneration forth professionof (7.and their cargoes at 135,000 bb ) .;,.

I j BEAUTY.ln'ovOTltrand. : arms-they :delighted 'in tue smoke of ued at upwards of'3,000,000. _The E are a thorlzed to announce Colonel
the cannon and'the sound of tlw !
"Ti ii1 ft trumpet.: of with JAMES
4 >err u gone.:' a war Franco upon the GADSDEN a candid-
t tt How often dq we hear men eager in Ute Often potato a crisis General of the told battle me,be in has the most des ,tbs! r deuce readily be imagined I. to. '.Cr5114 the Territory of FI6rida,fn

pursuit 9f partners far life* inquire for beau slender but animated voices, heard their We from this valuable Congress of the United States.

tiful women;'and yet how brief the existcnce.of -' ,flight and reproaching I .one fact which wa repeat with '
: what urging tho charge:u Ou allez. Lug of pride It is E are authorized Coloa&
I they seek,'and 'bow unprc-, eons,soldata nt that moro than to announce,
ce la
dative' happiness is its possession.r (avant!". and pas IVnnemi! En thO ships now_engaged in the Sperm \ JOSEPH M. 'VIIIT.E as a cnodjd
I'0 t\, bow fuliw ell thO MtWaction that you might have seen their wk. Fishery aro commanded by N ,represent the Territory of Florida, ,
-teeM.( beneath the ring plumes and amazo ian gob amidst'tllo ,though less t k t :4th Congress of the: United States.,
wow, whttq.lida'of I thickest onerQurtlJ'
" : a of the fire.-Zfefeer. 1 ,the .
; ,
! beautfful eye'LI1! ,the haughty curt of an ., Oct. Q owned m thlS- .- -m f m--
uquisite Ups !a the E aro authorized to
Wes Li4ulrcr
t, Of a row that 4 learn l"/iK4iW. announce Major
leaps into the { < Love WILLIAM WYATT
budding cheek in the fie .....- a candid
t" Mbfe) like neck the e 'tbatcocdialhee44nhcartkjadofaovo'vhjd'a t.represent tho Territory of Florida,
gentle tq our English have One of tho o 24th Congres of the United
tioas of a r 1fDOt cal! form, or in the ahad. poet sometimes so be u- able features or 'thi' ex' ttaodina .. L States.__
tifalljdepictdi3 J *
owywdundajM ofdark, and not to he round in FrancL:' =p v
beautiful) Litekloivii.thoelejhzuts 7E are autbcmed
hi announce Colonel
every step, ,of tf Freoch iro .
flowing trero, The,hearts pf the .amour you are taiged
: )'nuD, multitudes,. immena .. B. NUTTALt. a* a
fod- paasjonate leap gladly,and are filled ?JterSr) but Jn b/ are ,1 belon1 tu the yih null alll to represent the Territory ef
the nos'X be
with wild and passionate impulses, whilst.' into! ; graceful and Oth people possess ,ia the 84th Congress of the United
: as
these tbin ; many u .
grazing upon s--but when the all aeana will admit. la
son' pcrud writ phrases Upon* forth, thereat :oval ,
5 4, fl>ttnd'nnblassed that festivals' ,and state
.. by ecyktbd,thbaght quiet .,.a.simple air,that feep<< and in aeasiorw, they LVI
.apd..IO ef9PS Ian Ifitto _in4tot .B and. thrilling'toae. lqadr. erowds., A battalion Dr de b All! Y SNELL, TToJl;F'Fr

l1 whtclr Breast, formed into a close served! : ,AND COUNSELLOR.ATFlorida \Y

4palacdicohr, ,

"1- --: ;::; I.. .> -.;--' -:,;"..., -.....;..:""'c -, -c.-- 'f .. ---.- ._ ,....1 ..T ;" =?,, r__ ___-__ ______-. -- ;--

I : .. <, .

r-- KEY
: h,1 ..
iiC' '
9of.u4ttf.vrrv ,
;' ;,DURING 'THE YEAR' ; wbrfc "' "' '"''
'- "* 1834 ," extant, We are awari t wpu uito (t
'f KEY: WE T, aOUTJlFLOKIDA.. T -= ==o-,.,.... .;. 1 L Jl' much expense'but we are resolved to do' .1
tean of Modt.hly, tcan dalnain iQ every ,thing in our power to reader the work "
':sATUiiPAY, 'E t'AnYtl".1 3 Months',. l\Iu. 'Un. month, fabgo. I y'range. \ SbO\.f i. ; tun'. to worthy receive a liberal IhS encouragement support, and th of!the only!public way I,

We received,by last evening's mail a few ". __ inches.Januai3t ,I i ;to pay for wfcll$ written articles. We make : '1It'
papers. Nothing 'of much i importance is, x190 t : 'M,50'.83' u tOO 6.19.l' ., "or..f',6: : y36eFobrnary. no pretensions'' to a'superiority'over other1literary ) ,{
them 1 .'., B3,01) 62,76. 14.31' 20,26 ,...;JMatb. works, wo have no hired editor'(,' \
coniaiiioJ, .m l e13 > to puff. into notice nor do"we tend forth ,. '
: 84,00 Gh7S 15, 9' 22,75 ,.' g,,? 4 1,9G5 }
:t FOK THIS J wNuvrn>sn. April. 83bO, 63,00" 75,80 200 8,20. .. ,6 .,'1&0Mal. Iong.w Inded prospectus,to trumpet; our own .J Pi
811,00 6'7,00' 1DU 11,00: 0,40' 8 4, 11,455 literary consequence, promising to out. I t
"u '. It seems to tae there,can be no Impropriety Junc. 11,00 ". I 100 do all others;:; No,our journal can speak Tot
89,00 12,00
83,88. 611, 4
in daD'bipg"an1 more than modulating Jul D9,0( '72,00 17,00 9 ,1oo itself,ard we wish fbr no one to subscribe, "
) ,81,64 7,24
ho thinks it '
the voice unto the most agreeable 'tones in August. 09,00. a 11,00 0.1,12' 1t,00 $,63 3 3,460Setember. patronage. .
Nothing it Admitted into the \
singing, to.which,,I think.,bQDO will obejct. t\7SO 70,00. 80.17' 11,50 G,11', 6. .. 3 6 3,800. does not possess merit { ,album paper poetry (I) /
OCtober. 86,00 6500; 14,30 21,00. 5,90' 411-iIo : t1,850 J .7!
What is dancing in the most rigid sense, communications upon dry and faackoicdsubjects I
Novemocr. '1:2,00, 54,50 "73,83' 21,50, .,6,00' :".,;:. ., 4 J.615, ,unless I
/but the harmony of motion rendered more December. 83,50 61,00 (19,19 tl,50 ,6)8', ..: ,1,3, 0,10 entirely excluded.of tho.Tho very select first ions"order are jnade,!arc', '. ; ,
palpable Awkwardnessiuticity, nngrace-: ; from the very best Foreign'and American "
fill gestures can never, certainly, be meritorious. ]'ca89,00. 4,50 7794: '1,9,950, 7,044 ;; I ,,49', $6,90 Periodicals;with which the Editors'are rcg:'",, !
ularljr and t"f.
Fonnrcc's a SERMONS TO YOUNG supplied, every ihingof interest if
PERSOWS.' ( CLIMATE OF KEY WEST.; far removed from the,one it .wears; in. the and' importance will have a place in its\x>llimns. l-' I "

Oh for the pen.of tho)immortal Vestris: .\\.0 giro our, readers this' week, an nbsiract -estimation= of. the' .mnjority of'our northern' bale,.and In ahaUconhn noticing new to publication take' ;; we' ','

or Noverc! then would 1 invest this cleva- of the temprature( ,of Key Wesfdii- brethren, as ivo, arc from the antipodes',,i- dent course i we shall not bo'.governed anindepen(bf* "' ,

ting suLj ctitl1; { that ,airy'and nttrac' ve ,. ring the t past year, taken from,a.meteorological We have ntf doubt. many of.our' 'brother briberybut make our remarks.devoid!oT s ;,

eors wooed so'many devotees to' Iho shrine such'a fenug'retreat' from the attacks'of 'share of notice j the musical 1.department aj. ; ;', ha

of Terpsichore. There drd ,a thousand "Such i"; statements! arojnteresllrjgformany: : rude'Boreas, diinng:t/ielato/ 'inclem6n|.season 10, ,will command a share of aUcntlon"1 .' ',
The, work is.embellished occasionally;with
good reasons. for learning to dance, and reasons; particulary! -6 o,.ns. by :omp.ujsondey from' which they, have been .ra&rjpg, ,, engravings executed {iD the best nunner/anc< .. 11. } '.4 s
scarcely a single fair objection: can be" urged ; ultimately furnish.much data:whereby\! : !had! they but known its delights; and been I music with accorripftnlmenfs 'for the Fa': I'!i

against it', and this assertion.may be we' can arrive at"sonic estimate of tho cf-,,...furnished with s6me patented contrivance Forte, flute,'&c 'The terms;'to ,cHi tub-" +Ii<'tl
bribers, boo dollar and' fifty cents Iri'advance .1
'Knights';lrc.at.liberty fo:raise. flace.I ,',They answer:aldo t .a' good: 'ptirpose: to,their several |patrons?' 4 As our country subscribe*" will rbetixed:. ,',

r Those aristocratic gentlemen\ c pridejit in convincing i our.friends.! at a distance,, that OirSirfcB the f regoi| gllrticto\Tus writ- one postage dollar on their always papers.paid.:we(10:ad/Ance.other..ball{| exact bit 1 ,. !.j l,' ;' I

is to deviate. as little as. possible from :the, the climate in which'.\VO !live ia far from being tcnlho mercury has been'down (o 45 'degrees -'>< wise'they will be charged the usual snbscription. :.n )

beaten track of their, r.stc.rs'of.\d, 'who, so inhospitable, as from general report, -soihething like a punishment four. adhered. Thicse to regulations ;iv,11C'bd' : strictly c ;' ,

here it not for te! scarcity, of fig1',leaves; ,, they. would be.lemptcd; believe; .bbnsting. Thisislotrcr'than'any! temper- I t ",

would aspire 'to resemblance; ,of, Adam, < .' .'1 rom tho tablb giv n,it,willlJc'seen that: aiure;',crcr before experienced hero ,since '. (except No subscriptions' from .agents received,):'unless at. a'distance j ,
can be told, that .this (delightful accomplishment : ,! the highestUcgree of heat indicated. ,by' the the,settlement, of the Island .. 11'flit, with the payment for ,.one/year'' in advance: I

has been sanctibncd'and j practi' ', thermometer 'was 89 degrees, idunag1he'. ." An edition of,the paper is published at East h ,

led by'eminent,men of'every age, and,that: months ef June,July and' Augurf 3'degrees In the' Senate of Ihe United States, ,on Bridgewater,.&c..'must, MassV addressed Where all to commuofcations 'George,II. .'l _

in some countries,of Europea few,;centuries ', : I less. than, expcrienccti'at.New 'the 14ii( alt a resolution:was unanimously'i Brown,post paid, or they will'remain'dead 1":
: : back,. a cwn'd standing depended:. 'so Orleans,and from 3 to'10. degrees i\ qthl.f11: adopted,W.that it is inexpedient, .at present inthe.o ruloaic} pe. _We. Jbecemo obliged adopt,'hia' 'i .1 '
.1r.po.taseb a ,tax
to adopt a y' cgi3t ivcmcnsurc I in Jieavy I t
much upon.his! light! fantastic; toe," that experienced at, IiiIadelphia,New York and regard upon us. ; !" :

oven'the clergy were sometimes !known to Boston. The I lowest stage'of the mercury' to :the; state of affairs. between the United lTThe):: next ,volume' of the Amaranthwill .c : 1'

devote more of their time,to its practice I was at 541:degrees, giving i ,as the:'ranged States and;Franco.' be issued weekly. $4 per aanum, of the:. ;r .if 1(:
size and of New
than to thinalvation of their betweetit6otirocxtremcs ) dex]bAIToUnht ri+'\tot'TiicPyandtt 'Pju:8m style the YorkMtrrortapd.. \ i
soles. .t, -" only 341-2". "* "'.. ,, those of our subscribert'who wish .to :brave .. b.
To thoso, rigid sectarians whoso faces I Ii green, far:-less..t,43'n..o\"f --\ lakes. place: at the- >itkthe:cons fits of the'Senate. the paper-will' pleas o'Urrler' 'tbe .
i, ,ire"against! the amusement in consequence i North, ,iii, 24"hours; 'duringw6icbtimeat, .WI tA1I4.fHITEIIEAD to' be edition expiration I will'of also the volu/n be continued A aemi-montbly M usual;at, .I 'f 1 i!' ,

of its supposed levity, wo may say, that Key'West,.the(average during 91.lIsiye., Collector of the Customs and Inspector of* $1,50. > ? I j

tavid-'danced for joy)/ before'tho ark, and was somewhat, more than 7,d g'recS.' tho Revenue. for the District of, Key ,West. Q: "'Our exchange IliUiai'Wcreiicd'to' \

that with tho Jews, Egyptians, and other It has generally,been .thought that sick. '' suob an,extent,that we are obliged theme *' t I
r : Marine gntclUgcucc.POIT many valuable paper ;from our isti'sad:
primitive people,dancing was symbolical ofuevotlon. jess PIUSt'necesSllrily follow an extraor '. tnucb'.gaidtour inclination f;bowaver, to '\ ;
I 1 \V 0'musL understood. to advo- dinary wet season o4 .Key West, but it 1 ia OF 'KEY WEST. those ,who have?and ,still|.continue to pub {" .i
cato medium in this doubtful if experience'vill warrant lob prospectus, we shall feel in" duty 4
only a just : particular, an .". '
/ bound to extend I
towardi them the. band of ,
-imd i>y no-means be supposed to sanctionthe opinion that)such, will bo fths case fo-sn 7 ENTERED.r. fellosnliip. ', ,....'' ,' .'...'.,. ., .,
activity of the modern sect of jumpers, great degree; for ul t bough one third more Feb; 9th-Sl lliary'Qnn, Dcnison; Havana .' Nor.. 'tC.I034, ',' : j
; 61 Enterprizc,"Cruson, ,Tampa Bays ..... \ \
who seem to fancy that he who''leaps high. rain fell tho.last year than during the year CLEARED. WEEKS I I
aIt.utat.IlbaU apply 1 to(,1'
cat draws nearest towards'heaven. before? and'neatly one third of the whole Feb. Oth;-31 Mary Ann, Den'ison, Ila- SIX JI onorable the Judge of the,coqn ., ,lJ I I1 r'

To those who in every at t, are prone to quantity in the month. of June, yet',the difference vans i '; 81 Enterpnze, Cruson,.Havana. ty court for Monroe the county estate, of for H.letters'8. Wa-ofadmbistration'oa ; ,. t I

copy after nature, we shy, look at the untutored between the. health of our last and ARRIVED.' terhottas deo'd.' ,JACOB HOUSMAN. 1, I f
Feb. 14 th-Brig Atdeberonto' ,Davis, fm ; ;" r
savage of North America; his most previous, sumncr:1.:1: not, strikingly percep. Charleston,'bound, to.8t.Marks,brings. papers ,' Feb.6,1835.olBBwJ ,,. : 1 .
.extravagant demonstration of joy and gladness tible. If, however, diseases are generated from that city to the 27th ult. No news. : .oVof' ,,('( :V I 1

is manifested by" sporting a toe- among us to a greater degree during a hu Feb. Ctb! -Sloop Actor Cushman Flor V 81' ,;.:. X; '

and.tho African children of the Gold East mid state of !the atmosphere ,must be observed idaRecfinballastiltb-&hBlackamith II

have been known to,kneel at tlio feet eta that we are blessed by having, .1 less of Roberts, Florida Rcof tallest; 13th-Mali R e, w atCAPEl1tt'gmprtaontwo r d ,: )
Ploughboy, Burke, 13 ,days from? ,St. I. I
European fidler 1 and entreat him to cease such weather than almost, any other regionof barks: E ,, : f" I

playing as''ihey could not possibly refrain our'country.: According |o.lic| Amen. 'S'Jd.) -Feb. 10 ill-Sloop .Actor, C .b. committed u ruoawaya.,yJLLSAaf"; ; "

from dancing as long as' his.' instrument can Almanac: ,an average at MeUficld,'Mass, man, Florida' Reef; '11th-Revenue Cutter JONES about Uabouto.fceti rO': iaches bigfa,,'. ,y:

could:be heard: ,Look, too,, atjLhe gesticulations of 5 years, gives 67 rainy days. Washington; ,Rand .'Charleston, S. C. whiskers SS, speaks years of quick age,and commonly bas a pleasing wean' '

nurseVarms a 12th-,Sch! iiiackimilu., Roberts. Florida countenance, known the
of the infant in the : NYork, 4.-f- : ,6C ,. commonly by nameof !t'
Reef/ 13th-n.rig Rose;Holmes,8t Marks CHHISTOFHER CHAMBERS .
1..,, dews l1e.noi express by the laughter of his Philad.' 4.e tic 62" ,.u 'The Brig; 'Ar thusa, Bright, St. Marks, is very stout about 0 feet bib, and about d.1"i.

legs j ie.solt-stirring joy at the reception of "Washington,4 II !,77.. :N via Key West!, 1C, days.. Cotton., To mas 30 years of age, speaks ,slow and is of'adowncast .. 'r ';

every sugar plumb J !>> ''(k century" ago, the II Charleston, 4" .' 60 IePeruuolaFa,4 ter. fn'distre a, bound ,NYork.. ;In a, countenance, is. known by ,tie ,;-, ...1 \
revere of wind name of Chambers, they say they are./ce ",
proportion oC-itirn that ti'Frenchman "- li 113 gale inst. Ut. 29 40, .t ,
epent and will endeavor to such: it is
pass as supposed .
70 1.2 sprung '
Jong. at
ate of
between heaven pad earth, afforded- matter' St.Avgvtiae, 4 '" 65 II 400 strokes hour. Lost [ bOat ,they will try to get to the Indian na. i l
per stern tion,as Bill bas been seen at Indian river", iV
of serious calculation mathematicians "" j
to : .-. Tampv'Bay, 4.e 100 bulwarks,&c, and was compelled to ;bearrcc and the boat Chambers neat 01l1n baa bees '(
In those days it was nothing! for 'a'gentleman at Key West,the average of Uio last th i up for this port The 'A. roust discharge found to. the northward of Cape Florida,OD' '"
cargo.-SoulA.. Pat pith uItw the bead-Tbe above reward will be paid<* I I t
to send onefiutoda'puunetting voy- years is 35 rainy days, and 42 in which ,
for their, delivery. ,(o ni? .K.' Welt"*
ago of discovery, entangle it in the flounces there, were. -showers,, including'sl! hoveverflight. ;;j' $S0 for. : el tber of them, ,, .,:, :-" 7 v i .
of a ', ?, 'twirl; ) them up in a .' The number of days given above' PJIOSPECTU3 ) L. F. BRRAKEU.ShertlTM. +

snarl before lib impetuous revolutions. could opposite to New York, Philadelphia,Washington AMARANTH or TH c: .:, Key West Jaa.13, I 3 Sj>; tnUtflCovrtof .' C.-, ... V ..1" i
b o restrained, and then, by a dexterous and Charlisten, .is exclusive of ri.nw" ,p. aw..wir. '
'A Journal of Literature andtbe'Arti.
Stmi-roonthly, 1' r So4erta Jw ,
countcrmovcrhent, unravel himself without snowy days At New Orleans the last .. v' i
ieialDlttrict of Florida,
omitting'single curve.tr, injuring a thread' year there were 1 16 rainy days., The quari-,I ,B.Brotcn,_6', // ''JJroicn, Editor .nlcLard.:1\o bejrta, ..\ -,, : .-* 1\ f,

of,tho muslin, ,..redrew the wrongdone. ,then City;,of rairj.wliich falls a.t Key West is i also. More than' two years lave elapsed' since a'o/C' '' .... 111 J
jump up like;a sturgeon, :cross his legs six Jess wel>elievc than at almost any other'tbe commencement of the Amaranth,'and. 67 'Dal t Jit pick- In A mhralty : J
? during that period it has up at sea J -, .
: received a t J
times,cut figure which a thagoras could ,, 'place in tlie United States We cap only increase of pat rob age. To le Is lattit steady u V A LLptrsotaisterestedta' the'v above cue; I .1 j

not demonstrate. ;and end this wonderful : give, tlrt-?- average of! tha last two'years, :the common Jot of humanity,and ire1 makenop1etenceofaaezemptloalromtheebsrgeJ are bereby notified,that all the residue, t( i:
play quivering his left leg as eatdOesherpaw : which the bst''etrwni' pf tbe money fthe or I which the above Coltoa :i.
: a although more wet Loweverourloteotiooaare to have slew was sold by ,Martial of this Dutri f." ,
when/ accident ly,dipp d'in cold water than it common-is only 31,82 inches tcr errors as possible, while we endeavor that after tbe payment'of tbe salvage and expen .
But, 'thanks 16 tho march of improvement ,Q1prWt.At < f 'oar productions shall be acceptable to.ourreadora ses ia said Cause,bas'been paid into the Re- ,
,and approved by community eistrrof'the Court wbtf re it will $maia ,' ,
,such violent i exertions are not practiced tVIfrielta, Ohio,the average of Tbe Amaranth'takes.no part ingeoeral. in tor alp! months; ,nnf ens sooner Claim l'!by>> t./(/

or expected j in ourday, tie.very acme 5 1 rs.is 45,63 inches.. iie discussion of religion politics,and,1o the person 'or persons entitled to tbs unto. ,"
adhering to this rule we have excluded of bra or their autborized aiat. ,
of the>tcceml4ishmcntbeingasluwgrace. Chaa'towifBlast.. 10 'f 3G43 many legally H. 'I
articles ( ,
om iU columns The
ful movement,tempered dignity and ease; Charleston,8fC, 12. ii 64 ," ulatioa will' be continued,altheufb same elegance reg n, II. K. NEWCOMB. k.D..C. j

and so l pprfecU/easy, of acquirement. .that The average of 34, places! in the State of power and poignancy may sometune re CoU la9mj J,,
we 'may safely adriso all'I to put their' best New York'for 1830 38,48; inches. ceive a established deniaL no work if now permanently ; ffl HE Subscriber,wonldiofbrm hit fri ad; f't
,. although title com J. aad the .
pobllo,that. |
foot foremosi and commence Chesterfield :JTfca quantity. at' New'* Orleans' tha last year, meacemeat there were probably tbcsewbopresagedlEidtfraUoo attend to any butiaeea.that easy prepared be eatiwia
adrisej us to practice before' a* I looking :. 4529 inchel. to be bijt IUieJoDah'l eel to bb caN the ,

pas, ,and hb precepts should not be .despised. We had our.regular: trade winds(bet nand goord.. It attoekl bas bert patroobcd' by tbos.whom AUCTION AtiD.COMMISSION UN4
v* feel to Mme were
proud life Q4i ce (Js up stairs in Mr.F:.A.War4foBvf 8rci.'ab
'N,.E.' EJ.V'wiill JMiofc <* tbmr wo p..a1i4f4.of.whoseco tteaedki>td* wbfre bema. a.st1 &I"fI> +
O would some power the gUUo:gie ol. : yricge"ter 228 days out'of. the 365 of dIG D. aMU-we bare untnace .- foood.He. .
To..e ourselves Thowee, cat"'" AjsujraoUi embrace takes tlb of if
U other af. ofportmtty .
*see last and 66 i>f Jfi"r w pH.ltia1 tides. Ac. I the of
It would from blqpder year, days ORJf teisay. rem peas tbuIuforpMtfeverr, a&J k'p'* t
many a free" us, and calm weather wore expcrietl dung ))reJt IIMWO sail dktiag k1d "nt.en,u4 rolttiog atuotioo to bttetefM, Li
And foolish notion M Iotee4 bereaAef. to pay for wehafudeM oMiQllaaoeo/Of J '
'rtt tin In dress and gait would lea'e us tho wbole'yc&r.Such still bf TwSce,UMe, from, tboso whose los.' THtMIII01f.Da. -r /'/
And e'e Zi d.toUon. W j.,U fe' climate of'1e... W nitqa C"U'II..rr1II..w Interest to ,toy ( e. IASL1 .

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I.I I ..._.., ...... ,_,, $ """ {ilrmcrs is considered ft treat r foils: sof{s -
.- IIUM; tb. 11,1 L! test this: but, my imn, )io' find scarce.yreached .' c toppcror l "on the picfures, oot as pictures merely .
i for in71')3rt"tbo
HoisJikITT'LV THe: WOODS. ih> ago of fourteen, ttretv'neatq t0 wetet'h .' but",". ..,..',...... .t-""" ,,,.,. .,.* 'but let them be taught to study them.Vtlai
I me, land'observed; htftr'pMlanMiySltiPhave i : ,}' t d" r. and ,can L6,more.rich valuable materials: for in.stmctive .
AIIntre0NJ I ,.,. weneared tho fire, cnca2ed lessons than a good
: tar met with such good people,, Flint engraving?
ifospittHiy i* a virtue, tho'exercise of bore a hand in getting his horses puj under in conversation. At length our After this brief explanation) of ,our principles .
<< although: always agreeabto t to the the shed. Tho wife was'(alreadyBttrrifrg:3vi1h holt:addressed his wife as folio ws i a Elizatie 'and purpotes, we ask tbe cooperationof :
which, young would like. to,lie down, Imicss. 'IU rho receive this ,circular. Will
I t stranger,MI not always duly appreciated. : *o,much liveliness, that to centlemen usb 'thU. yep
fix for aid yourlnflnencein .
isnotnnfrequeatlfreceired What sort of bed can you great work,
The traveller: who has acquired have douuted) fora lnonieiit that all( she did the formation mind and !

I r with a, abed of was not pleasure to (Icr, ,"W ua| ,have b cnimpossible. 1 them?" Eliza'oofccd UP with a-s mile tho,bedding and-. rising( generation!of Will! you t.tcrfor assist us allin!tLo

r hospitality which Is so much by Two :negro l lads( made their said, Why, Willy,wo will divide your power, in our endeavors to introduce

., I the obvious, attention of the host to ,his appearance,looked'at us for a moment, and I and arrange half on ,the floor on to American: schools,parlors, and firesides,

i t t' own i merest, ,that did favor.conferred upon going out, called the dogs. Soon after! ho I winch we can sleep very well l, and tho gen. I the stories and lessons of r tle1'.Magazine

1 the stranger must have less weight, when It tires of poultry informed us that good cheer .tlemen will havexthe best we can spare Evcfy.siugle number: of the pew tolumo

comes, mingled with almost interminable was at Band. Jupiter brought more wood. them" To this arrangement immediate will have a strong papet; otcr, Abundantly

qocstions as to,his perilous adventures the blazoof, which illumined the cottago.Afr. I ly objected,and proposed lying on. a blanket afficitnt/ to preserve the trbrkin: good order
I at the bands' the but neither Willy'nor Eliza'' for binding, and for rise in'scl.oob.
AnOther ccles hospitality Flint and our host returned, and wo- I by fuss
of persons, who possessed Of all the comforts -. already began to fee) the comforts of', hos would listen. So they arranged a part'of The friends yearly viU anbscrirlion the,being,Jmpracticahii one dollar i tour

: of life,receives the aJ.womtarider. pitality. The woodsman remarked that it their bedding on*the floor, on which,' arlcf'SJme of keeping perceive so. thousand
ity open many ac.
er with pomposity, lead him from one part was a pity we had not chanced to Come that- debate, we at length se:tlled.: Tho counts. It is therefore indispensable that

of their, spacious mansion' to another, and,, day three weeks; "for" said lie, "it was negroes were sent to their own cafcin, the* ., 'tv6 should require payment always in advance. -

bidding him good night a,0 him to amuse our wedding-day,and {lather gave us a good young couple vrect bed, and Mr.Fli.. | .

i 3 himself in his solitary apartment, because housewarming, and you might have tarot lulled us all to sleep,with a long story ,intended Two numbers more will close the first

he is thought unfit,,to be presented to;a part : better; but, however, if you can eat bacon to show,us how passing: strange it year, and ITC.nowgivenotice: that all who

t ty of,friend A third stumbles on a congenial I ,and eggs, and broiled: chicken, you shall was: that he should have lost his way. desire to continue the Magazine,may signrfr .
'' spirit! who receives himwith, open have that. I have no whiskey the house "Tired nature's sweet restorer, balmy, their intentions by a seasonable aJ\'MeS

arms; offer*:hitn servants, horses, perhaps but father has some capital cider, and I'll : sleep ,and ao, forth. But Aurora soon for the'secodd ,ear. l l'ceive

even his purse,to enable him to pursue his 'go"otter and fetch a keg of it." I asked I turned her off. Mr. Speed, our host,went If any of the subscribers should not re ,

journey, add parts from him with regret.In .- how far off his father lived. ."Only three I to'tho door, and returning, assured us that all their jnimbcrs, they can request

x all) these Cased. the.traveller feel more miles sir, and I'll be back before Eliza .hascooked tho weather :was too bad for us to attempt, the post master to notify us of such as aro

or I lefa under obligation! ,and isxaccordfnglygrateful your supper." Off ho wentaccordlngly proceeding.' I really, believe ho was heartily -- missing, and they shall be sent again free o:'

( / Bui,kind reader, the';ibospiiafityrcejHyted and the next moment the galloping glad of it; but, anxious ltd continue,our charge. (

,'from the inhabitant of the forest, of his horse was heard., The rain fell in journey, I desired Mr.Flint to, see about Ten copies tec,of postage.

who.eau:only offer the shelter of his hum 'torrents and now,also became struck with his horses. Eliza by this,time was up, too,i fWToaccommodateassociationsschooi4andindmduais'' !

ble joof and the refreshment of hIS homely the kindness of our host. and I observed her, whispering to her husband ,for, :distribution,we will
fare,remain more deeply impressed on the To all appearance,the united ages of the'' when immediately said aloud,"To deliver at 'any post >office in the United
States,free of ten copies
the bewildered traveller than to;>> coin
memory pair under whose roof we had found 'shelter l. be sure, the gentlemen\ will eat breakfast address for ten dollars, remitted to us t\itft.
tI t t any other. This kind of hospitality I have did not exceed two score. Their means before they go, and will show them the' out cost. LILLY, WAIT & CO.

I frequently experienced.i in our woods, seemed barely, sufficient to render them way: to the road." Excuses were of no Boston, Feb,15. '

f and ow proceed to relate In instance of it., ,'comfortaMe/ but the generosity ,of their avail. Breakfast was prepared and ;eaten. NEW YOIiKT ">l'J2FblJ!?>

I had walked' several hundred miles, ac )young hearts bad no limits. .Tie: cabin The weather brightened a little, and..by : B"RUC'tiJ DUY.-Tlio subscribers respectful!

conijxinied by my iionthoci: d 'rip1ing, rid,: was new. The logs of which it was formed nine we*were under way. Willy! on horseback inform the printer;/that they: have recently

I, coming! Upon :cka/ stream,,, observed a'bogie wejr-alf\of the tulip tree,. and wcrcnicely .' headed us. In a few hours, our cart 'completed a variety of new fonts of letter

9n..*""* opposite shore.- J7e crossedis l pared. Every part vas bcautilulTy, arrived ate road,"by following"which we at in, the stjlc of the, latest European specimens

a canoe,and 1ioding'thatwe had arrived .clean. 'Even the coarse slabs of wood that. length got to the .main :one, and parted, ,well calculated for ,ornamental printing .
1 at a tavern,determined upon spending the or,eastcful display'; and :jnaking an a;
formed the
I floor looked as.if: it was newly from our woodsman with tho greater'regret sortmcnt of unrivullod

night there.: made'As wewere both greatly with fatigued washed and dried. Sundry gowns and petticoats -''I ,that, he would accept nothing from any of beauty,extent Printing and varict Types,. .A book of specimens in

'" I nfl arrangement our of homespun hung from the ,logs', us. On the contrary, telling 'Mr Flint, may be obtained at 'tLc Foundry: ,,
host t6 be"nfey d in a light Jersey wagona that formed one'of the sides of the cabin, 'with a smile, that he hoped lJle might some' No.; 13,Chambers street; near Chatham st. '

I distance of a hundred miles, the period while the other was covered 'with articles time again follow the longest track for a' It contains specimens from T-irclvc, Line
t ofT6ur depaYturo lo be determined by the of male attire. A largo.spinning wheel, short cut, ho bade us adieu, and.trotted! Pica to Pearl-comprising. '

, J rising of the moon, ,Fair,Cynthia,wthber with rolls of wool 'and, cotton, occupiedone Lack to his.fair Eliza and his happy'Irome.PARLEY'S ., 45 forms of Roman''Cap5. with'.. 1. cast'
. shorn beams, peeped over.-the, forest about comer In another was a small .cup.board 35 do Italic do do
:; twp hours before dawn,'and our conductor, containing the little stock of '' 5 do title Roman do do
. .new 5 do title Italic do
with of, MAGAZINE. d.
1' provided a long twig hickory, tooX dishes ,
cups, plates and tin The ta '
pans. 5 do sh'd'Roman do' do '
his station in the.fore part of tb.t'o.. ble was small also, ,but quite new and as Circular Parents,Teachers,School Committees 17 do
00Antique do
Off we went at a round trot,dancing in the bright as polished walnut' could be. The and all who feel an interest in. the 1? do Black do do

cart like i peas j in o sieve. The road, which: bed that I improvement youth 5 do Black
!. only saw .was: of domestic man- Open do do
wasjust wide enough allowusto .is not quite a y?arsince Parley's.Magazine
herotberb ufactire, and the counterpane proved ,how .:. t do Script do doGcrm'n "
during that short
full of, ,and (
was deep rut* covered 5 do Text do do
expert tbevouag tvifc,.\vas at spinning and period the number subscriber hare'increased '
with tfdnlcs'and?slumps, over' all of I weaving.' A fine rifle ornamented the.chim- to 20,000, and tbo work Las received 65 do Two lrne rom'n\.pswiUdi ,' \
: 11 do Two
lines Itati
whlcbywe.iveiatboFci, t. pur conductor'}, lie! piece. The firo place was.of such dk. every here, the most unqualified ap- 10 do SIt'd Caps of various'capitals.binds.
Mr.Flint,'the landlord ofthe) tavern, boastia .. mensions'that .it Iqokcd likeas if it had probation. It has roUnd.its way to thousands 6 do Open do rfo .' v*
,! ; .of..: hi* perfect knowledge of the/country bOOn purposereconstructed for.Lolding thenumerous of families, and while it has'entered 7 do Italic capitals and; -
undertook .to. drive us by a abort cut; the social circle, its uoobtrusire lessons Besides
Jhat"urns ornamental letters
progeny, expected'to result tackslope..
Lave, we trust, often had a salutary' influence
\, and we-willingly-confided ounelves' to his :from the happy union. ; on-the juvenile mind and hear It- music,lottery figures, piece,'fractions, au.per&ors"astr .

managementSo' we,]jogged along,:now'end '; The, black:boy was engaged jn grinding has also found its way to the school room ; Domical otLersigns, space
, then deviating to.'double; tlo fallenwtetbdr coffee. Bread rules,brads'rale'ornamentaldashes', lung
, \ some prepared by the and many classes of pupils Lave been cheered
tim ,commenced,With 'promise\ of fair hands of the bride,.and'placed: 'on a flat twice a month by the welcome voice of braces, ,more than two ,hundred kinds tf

fine' \but several nigh ta of whitefrost board in front of the'fire. The_ bacon and the teacher bidding them to lay aside for a* and borders ornamcnts,and snore ban 1000 kindsOf cuts

having o occurred change eat expect eggs already murmured and few days',the class, book which thcyiavoread for school bonks, newspapers
spluttered' in and scientific
1 ... ; orders for any of
cd. Taoursorrow change took over and over, perhaps times
place the frying-pan, and,a pair of chickens which, <
puf read or composing sticks, 'cue.,t cLase4
and the of
long before we got tdtho road ttgaln! : Therain pages Parley'aMagazine.The '
fed and veiled on &c.will '
j a gridiron tho beoxpeeled
over em. wjtljihe! utmost
demand for the work to be used in projr.p-
I fell in the thunder ,
torrent bellowed; : hers, in font of'L'JO' hearth. The cloth schools, is rapidly,increasing. titude.alarge stock being always on Land.

the lightning blazed.' It was now evening, I was laid and every thing:arranged: when Encouraged by such unexampled success, They will also execute ONus: for printing

bat.thboudihad'brocigh4; ; perfect night, the clattering o! hoofs announced_ the return the publishers Lave rcxolrcd to 'render i it presses, ink, &c.wluch; they will firoishat
. black t J'diurnal. Our cart had no cover of the still thcmanufacturei'sprices.
husband. of
In he bearing more worthy so,liberal a. patronage
Cold and wet, we sat ailent and'melancho a two gallon keg of cider. .His camps and not to remit their exertions till they see Printers of newspapers rs will''please pub-

ly,,with b3. tetter eamectanon than that of led with pleasure as he said: eyes spark tlunk it introduced into families and schools, list this advertisemeatwtth,thisnotejtbrce)
i; passing Use bight trader the'liulq a elt r'ho'.cdt Eliza father wanted to; -"Only throughout the whole length and breadth of times,sending' a paper containing! it.to the
; rob of the
us atrangers Foundry, and"receive
could afford U3, :, the'United States. payment when they
and, was for: coming hero to, ask'them ,In this view have purchase four times the amount their bills
they secured
rq- atop ivMc: i4ercd worse.,than toproceed new aid
to ha house,just as if we could not, give" in the editorial department' The late editor (fo.the Factory, ,
11 ,59,we q&YO )be rein to the howeeswltb.9oMU4tfatnt -
that them enough ourselves ; but, here's the of the 'Juvenile Rambler,who in addition GEORGE BRUCE & Co. ,1_
hope ofaeud. drink-come, 'gentlemen' sit down and to his qualifications as a writer for the 'New York.
drag us out of outfOl'lorultat hetp'yourSelTU'." We did 80, and .I, 10 young, Las the afl vantage of many years experience .

soon den .'"the'after fteedV altered their course, and,' ,enjoy the repast,took a chair or the bus. as a teacher, will. henceforth -assist $ :u'
band's in conducting it.
preferenco to one otthosc,
faittightIatlmdlataacaiicdalmos1atthe; : called Windsor We propose to present in the-progr s'lo'rIocb'volume'n
,of which there here
sane moment.heard the. .,barksg.ot dog&, the cabin. This chair-Was bottomed'.wid in : ,, groat variety of interesting R e'wata.d.J
Our important topics, among which aio'tLo fofc ,
bosses-upped; bye high fence and -
: ; a piece of skin tightly stretched and lowing: ,
fell 5scjg14II&?jrbile 1 halloed at each a afforded a very comfortable scat. I. Natural History,of beasts, birds, fish.a 'ESCAPED from prison two negroes
that as
aa answer was speedily obtained The wife now resamcdberainning,and < reptiles, insects, plants, flowers trees, JONES is about 5 feet ruDaa't-\VILLIAM 5 G inches
The {next; moment, a flaming pine''torch the'husband filled a:jug with the epatklin the human frame,tc.II. about 2G\ years of age, or commonly 'wear high! !,

crossed the gloom, and'advanced: '(o thepoJtolimw cider and seatedJ 'the Biography ; especially for the wLisbeis
) >y bluing fire, {vas young speaks quick! ,and basa pleasing
( : !'; foxM. Tho negro boy who drying his clothes. The happiness he en- 11.1:Geography accounts of.places!mao- ''countenance",commonly known by the namo
bore it ,
a UbouVwaitiog question ncn'cwistomadc.:: of
us eo-
toyed from his
' joined unto follow the, &K.' "and said that he proceeded to giivecs eje an,as'account at roy request of his 'parts IV.of Travels the world.and Voyages" ?, in various is very stout,, abput 6 feet higb.and about

easier bid sent hiaftoShow'tbe U4in and 30 years of age, speaks slow and is of a
'' atrangSS prospect, which be did fa the V. Lively descriptions cf the cariosities downal'countenance'is
\Vepr ce \& following: words_N I will be ,twenty-two of nature and art; iuveachof.the United of known by the
relieved and name Chambers tie
soon free
reached y say they are
the States and in
gate'or t next Christmas d other countries.
esy said host
and will
little yard in which small our ; my endeavor,tn pass as sucu- 4t is sup
cabin VI. Lessons .
was father from on objects that
perceived. > came nia.'whenyooxg: and daily ur. posed they'will try togct to the Indian na.
settled the 1 large tract of land children in,the parlor, nursery, gaiw tiou,as Bill hai'been
A.f." pa where he' seen at Indian river
j ; -.. Jiao loiug young'.man.stood, in yet lives}pd.where with hard working, be den menu,&e Accounts' ,of trades and employ. ,and the boat Chambers went offiri Las been

thf open, .ftoofu Jind desired us to get out I has done well. There were nine found,to the northward of Cape Florida,onUu
of;the.cart and,walk iii. We did so, .hen', of us. Host of them are married children and 'VI r. ,Particular duties of tbo yotim-; to >,beach-TLeabo.-e: reward will.be paidfor
thle wingconvetsation'tockptace. ? &c. their delivery tome West or
A settled in the neighborhood. Vllt. at Key-
old Dibl4lfssons
saes ,
bait njgbt'thi stnngcrtj low eaeo JQto' roan stories $50, for cither of them .
; has divided his lands
be along the fence You certaaly, must among:us,and Lousbtothers IX. Narratives; such as arc well authen L. F. CHEAIvEC.
for the ticated
rest. /Tbe'Isad wherelam original tales. .
iave i Sheriff U C
lost your way, for tftere is no,public
road pte.me two'1W3 pgoand a finer X. Parable s. tablesand Key West, Jan. S3 1835. olStf
within. piece proverb, where ( ))
twenty! Ay an '
p ,
t {twitted Mr u J3 not easily to hefoaad. .1 have cleared the mprab Is obvious and excelleDt. -I

our wayi but Flinty,thank God sare,' apogb we lost a i uple-or Jielde, lied pleated an orchard. XI. Poetry; adapted Co the youthful cae Jn.the Superior Court of the &fcd&cro Jvd&atffUtrict
we hate to
got Father ,
gave met atock'of catlle parity and feelings. of Florida.
a House aDd thank ,SOlDO hogs,
M you joum ce ion. and four horse*,with two XIt.Intelligeaco; 'lUcbard Roberts
Reception F1 tygro ,bovs. I ; embracing accounts
replied the woodsbaa
no camped here for IDOSI pf the tinT or Juvenile,boOb,societies, andremartr vs.
:g.a e4t"'m.at\et lln-ou are iU'fro w: charing1 and planting and when )then ble occurrences; 57 Dales of Cotton, pickf Admiralty
I then
: R's &bia.:! 4eraing! to the t ednpttsea.A "
,, = ,enmiTy Many ot these
...; .. you see at the subjects ill be
,.... po -some victual fair the ",l1 by laomeruaa aDd illuatrated JL persona interested in the above casi
Itraager* ; and you, .Jup 'feCT lavaiswg {dais hat pared by the beat beautiful engnyiDgs pre1 1, arebereby notified,that all the resides
kIy ; << Haver. bad WIU,ud adectel with which "
&t\t kdN bring some Xffi' a De. a tew of the money for the aboe Cotto
thgfe .!."l''Elismi,call' the boys' < )bra akin, and we have begun tie,world as Improve Dot the only bate to adorn the work but to vas sold by the Marshal of this District.

tltIt eta the fet'wayjia up'aru can. treat :Trolls U mktfolksuidtheLord "i1Iinl'.inarBat.gmtltme".J a no the ...flectiona, eutiate of the mind, and aft|r tie payment of the salvage and expen
tbsyouth to .ppro. said has been into the liee-
yoti don't aDd sea in cause. paid
t9fp P dbe*. aad eat; do [prise worthy object.. Wo b remain
S01 Jt befp'outselvamay bo the make them woe S'siryof the Court, where it will
dmw to.the rc. @aOnn atgory bettercLren,better brother bvtho
*omecocks inooth ,unless 'sooner claimed,
.... wota1d like better
\ some,milk, siatersbetter '
Ud The info; better
pupils, sued penon or pen na eatitled to the ..atnt.Ol'da .
r IDY pcezkkideader, knowing ftoged her work, and,1undy| ished.if we 'ates w.1 the end, better citizens ; or their leg ll' authorized agent

oouMrym.Ido { we lint much my preferred awwt.orsouf,!! Jk, for you must -Je ber the ftJend4parents or education, ea,... ,A. II. DAY, C'tkr
; attul kt ow,road .. .. )ur fcycoan of oar fA thh gbb Lstvbgd eoio kv { )By" II.X. NEW ,

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