Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
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February 21, 1835
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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T tIl.] I N Q 'J 1 it .1 is, dissemination of sound political: knowledge ,

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I published every Saturday, at FIVE DOLLARS cero desire to advance,the' cans of State \' 't
Right Constitutional
annum.ADVERTISEMENTS Liberty,we shall :
per :
inserted at the rate of support the doctrines of the State Rights i

Dollar :and Fifty Cents per square, for Party Georgia, as set forth in the Yirjiala ,,
Ono and Seventy-Fire Cents And Kentucky Resolutions of .' \ a
insertion, 179019- :
first .QUIR. :
the and which !
subsequent continuance. All Advertisements were so triumphantly maintained
each :
for will be continued until other- by the State' of Georgia ip 1845-0, *nd'7 i '

wise ordered. None will be considered .I. I and thereby assfet in perpetuating the inc. 4h
tunable blessings we eojoy under our

less No than subscription square. will be discontinied- i3bftt1J: auto 11UUnht1J lm. &thfu**ou.: ant form of government, 'and which pres are j :

at the option of tho Editor, until all .. .= .d I guaranteed! unto us,so-long eacb,depart.

unless arrears are paid. VOl. I. KEY WEST, SATURDAY FEBRUARY ':l1,,18 G.' WO. JOt neut.. hero of ,her is kept...,..within its, legitimate \I
411 letters to the Editor on business. strict,- ui action.. we, are ,in ,tarot of m \
construction of the Constitution= I 1
must be Post Paid._. assessed by a jury,.and shall moreover. be Small fonts, ruitabte tor 3ook-hinden opposed te all systems which hi\ve'ror their and '
-- - of- -Mariners- -generally- liable toe suit on behalf of any party aggrieved in great, variety, may ,be ,bad when called Object the taxing;of the many for the" bane- .-
\IL'or; : tho information the Collector the ,on the bond so as hereinbefore' provided, for. fit of the few, or of lay Ing restriction* 'It'
we have procured of the situation of tho to be executed by him. Older from all parts of the UnIon'till be Commerce! or domestic industry.-and upotl shall ,'
following schedule the Florida shore, See 4. Be it further enacted,That if any promptly and moat carefully" 'attended to, remt all encroachment by the Federal '
Light Houses along :person except such as may have ,been appointed and particularly in supplying SORTS for all Government on the rights of the States arid
under his superintence.LIGHT.-Stationary aforesaid,and have complied with fonts furnished by their'predecessors* Bin' the liberties the People But whilst wej
CAPE FLORIDA South ; all Die conditions specified in the second section ny & Ronaldson, and Richard Ronaldion. tbu express.our preference for the princi..
_Situated on 400 from flthe beach.- of this act,"ball| charge anv compensation Stereotyping in all its branches, executed pic of the State Right Party of Gooriria

cayne, about yards considered 70 feet above services he may perform as pilot,he by L. Johnson, as heretofore. we shall aupport that party ,only so long .as* ''t
The Light may be from the gulf shall be doomed guilty of high misdemeanor, JOHNSON & SMITIt. theyedhere to those principles,-our motto
the level of the sea distant Vessels drawing 10 and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in No. 0, George St. Philadelphia 1833. being emphatically *' Principle*, not men;, 1
tream about 7 miles. 1-2'miles of be a sum not exceeding treble the amount of ( j Publishers of Newspaper who insert and our ambition to, do ana. sustain right. ;

Iket may approach within 80 42 W.LIGHT compensation received by himto be asses. this advertisement, and forward &: paper As we' design making the Mercury a vcfcicr ;
light. Lat. 25 47 N-Long.FLORIDA-Is situatedon sed by a jury { provided that this act shall containing it to J. it S. will be entitled to of general information to all classes of the

SHIP site of the not be held to extend to the master or mar $3, payable in settlement of their accounts community, we shall atall.thnea endeavor.
the "
Carysford's Reef, ,near 80'l7 W. inerofany licensed'wrecking' vessel on when their bills amount. to not less than$10. to present-to our patron, regardless of la i k
old one in Lat. 25 08 NLong. distinct Florida Rccfjon board of any such wrecking J...& a: : bor or expense, the latest Commercial and ;
It is easily distinguished! as two be vessel, or on board of any vessel which .T Political ,Intelligence, 'both Foreign, tan<< '

lights are"shown, which can miles.generally Its' ob has been cast away, unless such vessel R F. WHiTE & WILLIAM HA GAR, Domestic i with as great, a variety of Lit L4'
seen at the distance of 12 the! so cast away has been spoken by a regular ESPECTFULLY: Inform the Printer etary and Miscellaneous matter;as our lim.. ; q;
ject is to warn vessels from is dangerousracks pilot, at least six miles from the light houseon of the United State, to whomthey have its will permit. Our" ,column*, will 'remain .
which it placed.
and shoals near Stands the the Island of Key West. long been individually known as established open to the temperate, dlt nlSod of any I r'
KEY WEST LIGHT- on West, Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That all Letter Founder,.that they have now form. subject connected: with the public, good e-
S. West Point of the Island of Key 52 1.2 I II suits and prosecutions provided for in this ed a co-partnership in'aid business, and eluding all scurrillity and;personal

is in Lat. 2433 1.2 N.-Long.81 of ves- : act,shall be had in the Superior Court of hope from their united skill and experience, In 6no,whatever will productive' of spee, i
W. ; erected for the purpose guiding the directions tho County aforesaid or before the Judge to be able to give full satisfaction to all who diy rendering beneficial the Varied .natum
sets when entering the harbor ; Bring the thereof in Chambers. may favor them with order advantage of onr Stale, elev ating' tho, cit: ;
,for which are as follows : Sand Key Sec. 6. Be it further enacted That tho ttffhe introduction of machinery in place menial character of our city or hieliora l
to bear N. N. W. and the allowed of the tedious and tho moral social and
light the following fees and rates of pilotage unhealthy practice of ting political condition
Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross for Key beach and pilot, first for piloting every casting type by band longs desideratum by of our people,will meet with obr ardent
Reef in about 5 fathoms water; run and vessel in out the and American Founders ridhumblosuppavt.i ,
mile, then conducting a ship or or European ,was, '..*, \ .
West Light until within two ore any part of the Florida Peef. Secondly by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure (.-ONlhITjQ14 ,l
steer N. W. until you open Fleeming's in the northern Key ,from any part of the said Reef to the port of time ;and money, on the part of our The Savannah Mercury will \\e; ,pu ii.! utI'e >

which is a Mangrove Island for it. of Key West or to Indian Keg or thirdly I senior partner, first successfully accomplish .daifythroughontthsiypar, f .
part of the harbor, and then run of through either of the channels leading into ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let- sheet/at Seven Dollar' per onnum;priyablb'Y

The best anchorage u in the upper part House the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, ter, baa fully tested and established) its superiority l emi-anniially in advance.

the harbor. Height of tho Light inches. to wit. for cvcrjr foot of water which such in every particular, over that cast I The Mercury. the country will" be pubs .f I .
from the level of the sea 83 feet 6 ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars by the old process. I lished to meet the arrangement of the msiils a I

Light Stationary. and for every day for which such pilot The Letter Foundry business will here three times a week,at,of tfce 8a* I tl
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once the may be detained or employed on board such after bo carried on by the Gaines before vannah Mercury, and,wilt, be, t"to all
in 54 seconds. It is the best light on ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- named under the firm W.hite.IIagar&co. parts of the Union or delivered Je the City. }I
coast ; ,S. W by $. from Key West Light. Their specimen exhibit a complete series at Four Dollars per\ .annum, payable in advance i
Lat. 24 28 N-Long- 81 57 W., situated feet ; lars.Sec.. 7. De it further enacted.That every from Diamond to'14 line Pica.. The Book or FiVe >t. tbe expiration of'sf7months. r
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 ; vessel bound either to Indian Key' or to Key and New typo being in the most modern It will Contain f all the In'telllechtel/ { I

&cnve the sea.TORTUGAS. 1 West, except a licensed wrecking vessel, light and Ityl .. Commercial, Political, Literary and',Mil ,
L1a11TStationaryonone the I and refuting to receive a pilot on board, White Hagar & Co. are agents for the cellaneou, including advertiseuietmi publ& ,\
of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near shall, spoken by said pilot six mile respectively sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses fished in the daily pacer.Advertisements .
Lat. 24 \ '
extremity of the Reef, in : aforesaid which furnish their will' be :
western from Indian Key or they can to customers oOD.i."ou"lyll1lert *
I! 31 N.-L ng. 83 10 W. from the said Light; House on the Island of at the manufacturer'* prices. Chase, d in both papers',at 75 cent'per quart I, I

Key West, be neverthelessand it is hereby Cases, Composition Stick, ,Ink and every of fourteen lines, for the first' iasertIopsn4'tbirtt : .
LIGHT HOUSE AT THE MOUTH OF made subject to pay full rates of pilotage,as article used in the Printing Busineu, kept -eved and Ealf cent: *,for'each itic4ceeding A .f'

ST. JOHN'S RIVER.A though such pilot had been taken on board, for sale,and furnished on'the shortest no, publication': .. .. '/ ,. '" : ,
new light house has recently been but jf not spoken more than three mites respectively ,tice., Old type taken In exchange: ',for dew' All;co>communications by River t
-.ected at the mouth of the St. John' from the abovementioncd places, at 9 cent per pound. postpaid. ". r ? f

,E. F. which was illumined for the first I then and in case of such refusal a"*aforesaid, N. D. Newspaper Proprietor who give' OHBAP,VAUUBLBfANb Kftttnfffl tl woU "

time, on the 18th Dec. last. she shall be liable to pay half pilotage,and the above three insertions, will be' entitled The Fmtty MyMan and 'G iedt tiftW
We have been politely furnished, by an no more. to Fire Dollars in such article a* they may'

intelligent shipmaster, with the following See. 8. Be it further enacted "batiio select from our specimen .. rMn l { \I'
directions and bearings :- fees sbalibe demandable for piloting and New York, 1833. Being a Library of Ilfcatth 'iri3 iJ

Bring the light house to leaf S. by W. conducting any vessel.if the same be spoken and of Popular and' General ,"ealCaJ I

half four fathoms waterand make for I at ales distance than three mItes from the PROPOSALS Knowledge-' rendered, tatniliip tin every
vessel drawing 8 or I. individual!i embracing subject con* 1 I,'
it. This will carry a light house aforesaid, or from Indian Key. \.
9 feet, safely in at high water. Continue provided that this sectlcn shall not bE! held FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, nested with tbe; prevention,. treatment ; :
until have 4 and of year course for tho light you to extend to any vessel going or coming A cure : ; ,tot. ;
f toms, and haul up N. W. by W. for the through the northwest passage cf the harbor I NEWSPAPER medicine*-their cood,andillcfiactf.oii I I 1 I ,

mouth of the river. If the large bouse on of Key West, when,spoken at the distance TO BE EjfTITtKD' Tltr: bealth-tbe Ingredients of secret or pit' ,
the starboard side of the river can be teen of two miles and a half from said light I ent m.diciDetLetrue' ; principles' of eatf '
over the north point of the beach, bnng to bouse. KEY WEST ENQUIRER.. lug and drinking; 6r tlai 'and drinking I
and for it until to live-domestic cookeryclieniUtry: -* : ,
bear S. W. by W. half W. run Sec 9* 'Be further enacted, That in -
the above bearing of the light, UNDERSIGNED b> leave and a great variety of cUribut, valuable I'
you get the event of any muter of*a vessel refusingto THE g* re-
then run for it as above directed and you pay any pilot for bit services the amount to offer prepositions to this and.interesting' tI o"Je4( ;ortb.behest !

will have the greatest depth of water that offeea herein before provided, such pilot enlightened public, to publish a weekly importance' .Jo..aJl, and,"hitherto" bidden' ''t" ;
there is on the bar. may at hiadiscrctioDlue out from the office newspaper under the above title. It abaft! from'tj'elnassof grAnlil v'
This light house will be of great impor- of the clerk of said court an attach be principally -levotetl to Commercial In Contributed. to' by: a number' ofptiuiEfain, .. I II
tance. No notice, has, to our knowledge, returnable to the said Fuy.lcia'n*: .
ment, immediately telli '
been published of its erection. The conse- court,or to the Judge thereof Chamber, enee--patty controversy shall be nai i The' object:; df(Li*wprir is'to i 11'
mitt "
'uence' ,has been, that masters of vessels aganst the vessel piloted or spoken, which tirely excluded. ry subject cbnnccled With dIs u4s ; '1
have been deceived, and in one instance, a Court or the said Judge in Chamber, ball The undersigned irf fully aware of the treatment,which b f its iimpUcit; .nd par t
vessel mistook the object for another light, summarily and without jury, proceed to examine difficulty of the task be is about to undertake ( spicuity of its details,shall enable >all,who 'I,

and ran to St. Augustine, caning a delayin into ,the fact and law of the cue and in consideration of his want of wish, to be thoroughly rmed in thin mo( .

reaching her destination of several days. and decide accordingly to ill merits but if experience,.has obtained:the'polite offer of I interesting and important of science*., t,}, I'.

{N ACT provide for the appointment the said vessel *o assisted or spoken shall assistance ftom friends, whose age ,and all The tanks advantage of society* of need such dot a be publication insisted ty. ,

of Pilots, and to regulate the rules of not be within the jurisdiction of the court, qualifications) render them competent to'I hose roust dit pOD td
I they tu" themselves
the of Key West,and for the said court or Judge in Chambers cbll ,
Pilotage at port : tho task. For his own part, he pledges ; every riff eotie mind. Under the 'influi:
the return of the .
tother purposes.Sec. and may on himself that, BO far ju his health and ease ef the'Wiulon ofeoubd medical kaowC
Do it enacted by the Governorand in like manner, cx-PAarc and de-
1. proceed I
will the all .Jplric:1tm mat bgdi
strength ledge among
Council of the Territory of cide accordingly. permit- public may rely
..nned of,the ,
,dangerpua with
tho utmost in the weapons '
the of upon regularity publics*
and after Passed Feb. 15,1834.
Florida, That from passage which it aliat
niccceaivclf' the Ute
Wansq ,af I
this act the Governor of the said Terntory JOHN WARREN tion of the paper. of mad the abusive ,

be and he is hereby authorised by and with Pre Legislative Council. Great pains will be taken to obtain the 10 baneful health employment;wilt' df of pUce medi tq* 'l1l1ei '

the advice and consent of said Council, during Approved Feb 15, 1834 earliest and most correct intelligence of the .rational admlimtratloiv <* e MiaHid: I I

its annual sessions,appoint such nntn- TT TYPE FOUNDRY. Wrecks and Wrecked Property, and A&'' agent, and the scfentifio and ,eXMriapbytidad :

berof Pilot for the port coast and harbor in a northeasterly of Key- AJLAYlNG Purchased of Mr. RICHARDRONALDSON reports pf.vessel*passing near the Florida wilhbd aided in till effort to alleviate I y
West, and adjacent "
Keef. the aulfeHn a Notb
his long established and efltuttanity ;
and the
direction from said city, extreme the subscribers GEimjucKif lag that eau add to the,'utility,of l
northern limits of the County of Monroe very extensive Type Foundry p{ r friendly to th* under. i
be deem expedient, have 'formed a co- artne.bip for the taking will please receive subacripl'o and ball be eglcted*. Th princitlta of deft }
,as may necessary
laid business,and for and.regiroea aball be explaisedL..and their "
and advisable, provided the number ap purpose of continuing forward the names to the 'Lditoras voon ta
pointed in any one year shall not exceed the convenience of their friendS and patron possible. application enforedJe; ingredient* of ..
*,have removed their establishment to a secret remedies'aball b.circa and 1
apeUUe4 + #
twelve. Belt further enacted,That such more central part of the city. A* it is their J. ATKINSON subject of mataria madica shall be ;
Sec. 2. before entering on the intention to keep on hand a good assortment October 1, 1834. and explained Id 'deLl' abd siorplestyle' :
pilots so appointed best and to make such addition f- trrA: mhmi or $100 wilt. be awirdetIto .
of their duties as such shall each of the type, PROSPECTUS 'J
discharge .
in obligation with one or and improvement a* the taste of the trade 16i writer or the besteus & l
become bound an advantages
and sufficient securities, to be and the want of the country require, they or TUC log to pages octavo) on tie t4 \
more good of the board of warden,- ore flatter themselves that this establishmentwill 8AVANNAII MERCURY.A the. community.t-be feaera difruslon af '
aparored by merit share of ,They medical kaowledf T* .i ayaareU bA j .
and harbor a large patronage.
aforesaid '
for the DAILY MOBWIlfO
port : TAtt
nuflrity of the : "
in the sum of one thousand dollars bare now several| font on band which can Devoted toC, mmeree-AKricu1ture-Poz directed, poet'paid, to editor, in ,,all of ',1-.
turoisbed at few hour notice, and are June next ,
and be a
conditioned for the faithful,diligent I itic*-Literature-and General The award of tbe 'premium iviil dependupon I
their dutieswhicb bond prepared to make font oi all weight and ,
of .
able performance shall immediately be placedon I size, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, including Intelligence. ,the decision of sevetsi eminent ph,.- ;,\1
when executed be
To edited
Clerk of the Superior great variety of Ofnamental Letter.- published fa city of I iciaa fII
file in theo ice '
the cost Their assortment of Cut and Dashes, fira** Savannah, Ceo. I r-Editon.p; Jtmuten and one",' and
Court of said CQuntyat; proper BY WM. BALDWIN ctnillyinrited.tdact'. ,Any
of Rule, and other,ornament* found to HARRISON. rep ,
such pilot. enacted That in be very extensive of which ipeci'neo will presenting to the public the prospectus p noq "b<9 remote top doUart will blvti)tea
Sec. .
3. insobriety be forwarded to Printer a* soon a* they of the Savannah Mercury, a just regard copied forwarded Digs. Persoione gerp tIO3
anT event of tbe be prepared. for the teeliocor.Uloae ''y. expecttoverve dollar will bare eWU qiflD bcr' sagt
shall can
criminal negligence deny pilot, he Printing Presses of every description' a* well as a compliance! which, time All distant cpmmuoacatioas to Iin ).wdr "

upon? the petition of any twenty respectable !Ink of the most approved qualities, bi sanctioned,render iineceuary to,give the editor,Nd.. flf CortUadt ..tN ..
citizen of said city,or of a majority of the 'Composing Printing Stick, Brut Galleys, Imposing& a brief synopsis ol the principle' which shall York;(and nwtb.....tpa.W.) Yearly \ '
said of warden to the
board *o appointed .
arterial acrtben cevaaseace1.with Ifo. 1, L
tiel-W. to
Stone Cases, and, Prows Bo&cU, rwenulIJuoar
of- Paper
Governor' to that removed rom Standing Presses Furniture, together with uaprewed with the belief Ul io a government %*The editor baa great pleasure b.,.
nee,and may betide be prooeeddigainstbyindictment assortment of all article, ud like oun.tb preservation of the Lib. able to aaaooaca UM pprobaOaa of n..,
a* id ordinary case of mUde a complete Office will be kept constantly ee! of the People mainly depend oa theird eminent medical gentlemen to the flan ifbiapiiblicatioa.
d conviction fined in in a Printing
lDeanor,* on fc nm \ iAtcUJgeoce u4 ptriDtkua.sod the. .
not'excdiog ono thousand dollars, to be OD hand. y -

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, 0 tlio C4se'mnd y! the .
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f It, .11- --L upon communication r Ten.copies free! of 'postage,
and unparallellcd
,\ Southern Recorder plaintiff is entitled to any relief,the demur- 'extraordinary
i; r From the ,has been simply to -rro accommodateassociationsscloots! 1
rer must be overruled: It was)tho imperative Our object ( .
i, -. VINDICATION! OF* TUB JCDICIARV of duty of the Court thus to act, becausethe "indicate.o rse vcs from the most unprovoked and individuals, forthe-distribution, we will:
deliver at post ,office in the United
GEonoiA. unmerited assault the purity any
and upon
in bill admitted be
allegations the to "
; The recent.r 1CSiJge: of his fexce'tency: of judicial conduct!, to States free of postage, ten copies to one
; :' true by, the demurrer,required that the demurrer and integrity our address for: ten dollars remitted to us with-
y: 'Ihe Governor Georgia, to tho decision exercise the rights ,which appertains to every '
the should be overruled. The out cost LILLY, WAIT & ( 0.
: ,1 Assembly of tlio State, in regard to 'so far from i imjpugning the act of the (le- individual in this country, of rescuing Boston, Feb. 15.
J conduct of the Judiciary, in the case of from aspersion,'and r '-
_ i! lIam- gislafure, was,id advancement of the act,. his reputation unjust PROSPECTUS
1. Walter S.,Adair and others vs.l1ugb and the enforcement rights secure J under liansmitting it unsullied to his children.We .
% the
0..;: mil and othere'impdscs upon a particular section:of that net. deem it proper to state in,conclusion,

:.4 \ signed the necessity of vindicating theme The only remaining question which presented .. that tho two distinguished and virtuous men ,

\ selves from the imputations most unjustly itself as important in this stago of who sat in that Convention and who have A -emi-montilly Journal, of Literature and
I' attempted to ho cast upon their judicial died Lamar and Crawford tho.Arts.
relief since Judges,
the to' tho sought.
pleadings was .as ,
t I \ .conduct by the charges and,{statements that Brown 6. IF.: Brawn'
! The bill prayed' as an injunction, to prevent fully concurred ,in the decision- Judge B Editors.
:,J contained in hat document. 'This;' ,. they ,, trespass threatened ouster as'contained Doughertywas absent and Judges Warner More than two yean hnve:elapsed since
; believe, may be most easily and effectually Thomas dismissed.. : the commencement of the-AtnaranUi
in the written notice appended to and. and I
done, by a simple statement of the opinion 'the bill ,and to quit the complainants in CHRISTOPHER. STRONG, during that period it has received, a- steady
.E( expressed by the Convention' o'rJudges, their possession,, It was conceded by tho %VM. W. HOLT, increase of patronage.: To be in fault i b
which the decision of the the common lot of humanity, and
; f upon presiding WILLIAM LAW we make
l' : that the ,rule court ,
Convention as general a
j!1.: 11.' f f Judge was based,'and which, has invoked LOTT WARREN nopietenceof an exemption from discharge-
of Equity would not interpose to preventa howeverunrIntentions arc to have few'
and 1 as
so unexampled severe an expression
' threatened but that in JOHN HOOPER.,. .
ouster while
trespass or ; errors'as possible, we endeavor
:1 i by one department of; the government, up- ... that
I' where shall bo
irreparable injury
the character 'and official conduct of peculiar: cases, 'IT our productions acceptable to our
: another on co-ordinate and independent branch might result, the' remedy by injunction PAnLt Y.'S MAGAZINE. reacersand approved by the community m
, might be extended. This principle is sup. Circular to Parents,Teachers,School Com- general The Amaranth takes no part in
The bill of complaint
i' the
of same government. nnrted bv abundant authority. It was considered rnLttppA a.nd'nil who feel,an interest in.the tie discussien.of'religion or politics andin
: \ contained all gaion','which presen adhering this rule,we have excluded .
i that the caso made by. the bill was 'Improvementof youth. nany ,
I f' ted several distinct questions necessity to articles (torn its columns. The
of this character thiat the condition of t'r is not quite a year since Parley Magazine same rrg
I 'I, be in'th of theca illation will be continued
adjudicated use, was commenced i during that short although elegance:
The laws of the
} its final i but which the Indians was peculiar. : and poignancy ,sometimes
1 orcertainlyupon hearing; period'the number of subscribers have in power jnay receive
'were not touched bythe decision, because State had been recently extended over them; creased to 20,000, and the Work has received a denial. 'rho"orl;. is now porjna.

i upon the demurrer, which admits all the they were, to'a great extent, ignorant! of everywhere, the most unqualified ap nently, established, although at its commencement : -

. + allegations of the pJ.'ntiffs'.biU' ) toWtrue those laws and unaccustomed to their operation probation. It has found its way to thous- there were probably those who
there was enough allcdgcd in the fhcts of If turned out of the possession ands families. 'and while it has enteredthe presaged duration to be hut like Jonah's
thecaeto the demurrer of the premises allowed them by the laws social circle, its :unobtrusive lessons gourd. It has been patronised by those
requirethat Shouldbe
of the State they would be exposed to have, we trust, often had a salutary influence whom we should feel proud to name, were
Overruled, without reference to the legal and of whose continued
ij on the juvenile mind and heart. It we permitted, kind
and wretchedness homeless and with
questions; presented.<<: ,It contained! an allegation want has also found itsway to the school room"; ness and,attention we have assurance.
t that the Cherokee nation were' the oul a habitation ; the' whole country had and many classes of pupils have been cheered The columns of the Amaranth embrace

owners and occupants ,of the territory on been allotted ; there was no spot of earth twice a month by the ,welcome'voice of original tales, essay, &.c. from the pen of ,

which they reside ; a denial of Europeantitle upon 'which they could find a lodgment ; the teacher Bidding them to lay aside, for a well known and distinguished writers, and

by discovery, and an assertion of and b> the provisions of the 9th section eft few days; tho class boo&.which they have we intend hereafter, to pay for such articles

amount title in the natives; that (the charier par the same act, anyIndian taking possession! read over and over, perhaps twenty times, as shall be acceptable, from those whoso
from the British Crown conferred of any lot It) which he was not entitled and read the pages of I'arloy'sMagazine.- communications will add interest to any
no right: under the 8th section and resisting or'ob- The demand for.the work, to be used in work e tant. We are aware it will put us
upon the 'grantees to disturb the right off! schools,is rapidly,increasing. to much expense'', but we are resolved to Jo
occupancy in the Indians ; that being the structing by or threats, the peaceable Encouraged by such unexampled success, every thing'in our power to render the work

exclusive 'owners of the soil,. they should possession of the drawer, was. not to be the publishers. have resolved to reuder it worthy:: liberal support, and the only 1T':1Y'.

of,right I be governed by their own laws, considered an 'ordinary trespasser, but still more worthy of .liberal 9,patronage to receive the encouragement of the public!
Sr usages, and customs ; that the laws of was made guilty of a high misdemeanor, and not to remiLthear exertions till tkey see i is,to ray for well written articles. Vc make

Georgia ;had assumed a jurisdiction over for which ho might be indicted and impris it introduced into families and schools, no pretensions to a superiority over ether
the-ndians which oned at the discretion'of the court. In throughout; the whole length and breadth of literary works; we have no hired editorsto
i ,nevertheless against claim complainants the addition to these considerations, it was believed the United States. puff us into notice,nor do we send forth a
protectionof that the Indians having always been In this view they have secured new aid long-winded prospectus, to trumpet nnr own
these laws, so long as the right of'gov viewed in in the editorial department. The late edi literary consequence, and promising to outdo ,-
ernment over them continues to be exercised as being a state of pupilage under tor of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addition all others. No our journal can speak for

I 'by,the State: It refers to various trea the government; were peculiarly entitled to his qualifications a writerfor the itself, ard we wish fur'no one to subscribe,

ties entered into between the United States to its care, to the jurisdiction of a Court young, has the advantage of many years experience unlessho thinks deserving of patronage

and the Cherokee nation, and avers, that by of Equity, and the administration .of that as a teacher, ,henceforth assist Nothing admitted into the paper\vhir of;

f those treaties, the Indian right of occupancy preventative justice whicu-a Court of Equity in conducting it. dOes not possess merit ; album poetry ((1\}
only can afford. We propose to present in tlie progress of and communications upon dry and hackuiui
is recognized.
such volume, a great,variety of interesting 'subectsunl ss ofthe very first order, arc
Nono of tho Having stated the ; of .
questions growing out of opinion a majority
exclude The
: which ,
important topics, among are the following entirely selections arc made
the foregoing'allegntions in the ,bill,. were of' the Convention of judges, up.h : 't from the very best Foreign! American I

Considered by the, majority of the Convention which e decision of the'presidifJ/ir,Judge'was I. Natural History,of beasts, birds, fishes Peiiodicals,with which the Editors are regularly .

of:Judges', no opinion expressed, and based: it will, we trustee clearly.perceived reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, supplied,and every thing of interest

no decision made upon, them:..Jtbeins\ how utterly unfounded is.the,charge.; the human frame, &c. and importance will have a place in'its coU!

together unnecessary. to,do so, Ibityha.: reason 'Dgalnst"the Judiciary; ,of countenancingand 1 II. Biograpbyj especially. the young. iimnsIn noticing new publications, rr-V-
before stated; The >bill then charged supporting a combination of interested III. Geography ;accounts of places;manners have, and shall continue to take an independent -
individuals and half civilized customs&c. course ; we shall not bo governed by
and alledged the trespass ,and threatened men, in obstructing :
IV. Travels and Voyages { in various bribery but make our remarks devoid of
the laws .
ouster by the defendants pretending to act prostrating the sove- parts of the world. fear,or tho hope of faror. The d rama slial:
i under authority of a pretended statute of reignty of the State at their feet-that it : V. Lively descriptions of the curiosities not be altogether neglected, but rcccheii;

the State- of Georgia, which statute, so far will be further perceived, that the Court, in of nature and art; in each;of the United share of notice ; the musical department also

as it attempts give right to dispossess the granting the injunction, has assumed: no States, and in other countries will command n share of attention.

Indian, or interfere with their \possession, powers which are not expressly conferred VI. Lessons on objects that daily .BUTrotfnd The work embellished' occasionally will

is alledged to be hull and void, because repugnant upon it by the_ laws and the Constitutionof children in the parlor, nursery, garden engravings executed in the best manncrant!

to the treaties referred to, the Constitution the State, tho exercise of which was ,&c Accounts of trades and employ 1 music with accompaniments for the PianoForte

of the United States not onlytequiredfor the protection of the ments. ,.fluter&c. The terms, to city s-;*>|>
and ofthe VII. Particular duties of the young ; to scribers onedollar and fifty cents, in ;11-
Stateof Georgia. We hero remark, ,that helpless and weak, but demanded by the parents, teachers, brothers,sisters, &c. vancejor.twodollarsatthc end of sixmontl.s.As .
the question'of the constitutionality of the justice, the honor, and magnanimity of VIIi: Bible lessons and stories. our country subscribers will be taxed

1 statute of Georgia, raised by these allegations Georgia. It is not known from what high IX. Narratives j such are-well-authen- postage: on their papers, we shall exact but

in the, bill, was not In 'any manner source the Executive information was obtained ticated, original tales.X. one dollar, always paid in advance; otherwise -

t; touched or adjudicated, or involved in the in relation to the argument before Parables, fablesj-aud proverbs where they will be charged the usual &ubscrip
opinion expressed by the majority of the I 'the Judges; but it is true, that though the tho morals obvious and excellent. tion. These regulations :will be strictly

Conv ntionor, the decision-oftbe presidingjudge Constitutional point ,was argued, and the XI. adhered to.
Poetry ; adapted to the youthful ,
capacity No
subscriptions received at distance,
wade in whole ground of the bill a
conformity with{ opinion was elaborately and feelings.XII. 0
because by-the discussed by the counsels for the defendants (except agents,) unless accompaniedwith
; succeeding allegations Intelligence ; embracing accountsof the payment fur one advance
in the bill,the complainants set,out rights that the two points mainly relied on by tho Juvenile'books, societies, an ':emarla- An edition of-the! paper is published year in at r.a.c.J

consistent with! the statute .Georgia ra, of counsel for the plaintiffs,and the only points ble occurrences. Bridgewater, Mass. Where all communication&c.

It; 1833* and contended thatif the said stat- decided by the majority of the Conventionare Many of these subjects will be illustrated must be addressed to George Jl.

t fcte should be considered as constitutinnal I those which have been stated, viz: the by numerous and beautiful engravings,prepared Brown post paid, or-they will remain dead

and of.full.force and effect,that tho prem. right of the complainants as derived under :view by the best artists, and selected witha in the office. We are obliged to adopt this
the of 1833 and not only to adorn the work, but to rule,as our postage hai become a heavy ta .
ises, occupied by the complainants, were act the power of Court improve the taste, cultivate the mind and /
.1 'I not ,such as ,tho said law ,could operate of Equity to afford the relief sought in raise the affections ofthe youth to upon us.

upon, because they :say, that they are not the particular case. priate and worthyobjects... Wo appro-would (Kr The next volume pf the Amaranth)

aIDeD, le 'to its provisions, and that their The Court wo repeat, has assumed the drake them better-children,better brothers, size will be andetyle issued weekly of the ,New-YorkMirrors$d per- annum,of t tj;f'1

possession being joint the premises aforesaid ; exercise of unconstitutional power in better sisters, better pupils, better associ- those of subscribers, who wish to hatethe
ates-and in the
.have been granted out' to the this case'but it well be' end, better'citizens..
contrary I may questioned, We beg the fiiendi of education paper; please notify us before the
statute aforesaid. It will have been perceived under what .authority the law or constitution parents and teachers, to va"Wthe, especially expiration of the volume A aemi-montbly

' that the.atUmpt to dispossess complainants ,the Executive assumes the power of matter in this light. Let'children look edition will .also be continued as usual,at

was made by the grantee and the determining the jurisdiction of the Courts on' the pictures not as picture ,merely up; $1,50. '

E' IgenfoMhe Bui*,, mnjcrahe authority,. of of pointing out the limitations ,of power as but let them be taught to study them. What Or Our exchange list has increased to
)bo act of 1893, whtla by the, 'foregoing appertaining to the equity and common can be more rich valuable materials for instructive such an extent, that we are obliged to erase

t allegations, also Been, that the case of law tribunals,and directing applications lessons than a good engraving 1 : many s'nhnhlo'papen ('-orn our Jist, aud
the complainants not,embraced under of those remedies to particular cases Alter this brief explanation of our principles much against'our inclination ; however, to
those sections of that law which authorised ing before the Courts,and pend and purposes we ask the cooperation those who have, and still publish

i that proceeding: by the agent, bet was;in the propriety of this yet more questionable of aid all "vbo receive this circular. Will you prospectus, we shall feel in duty
r ,deed consistent with the law. The highest functionary your influence in this great'work, bound, to.extend towards them the hand of
Convention of the
the formation
government influencing the of mind and character for the fellowship. .
referred, to the 8th section of that' determination of private rising generation' Will '
rights assist Nov.
litigating you us all in 1st 1334.7i .
let,limiting the right of,occupancy of an before the constituted and constitutional your power, in our endeavors Jo introduce

Indian to,160 acres, and specifyin30fwhaithat authority of the country, bylbe expressionof to American schools, parlors, and firesides the Superior Court of the Sojthcm Judicial '

possession shall, consist, under whi of opinions made in the grave and solemn the stories and lessons of Parley'.l\Iaazine"t District of Florida.

provisions in the statute, it was obvious that manner qf an Executive communication Every single Dumber of the new volume Richard Roberts, \.

t the allegations in the biUwereintended to to the Legislature, calculated to sufficient will have a strong paper cover, abundantly v.. f

bring'the complainants1 :cue, Upon this directly upon.those right*now pending operate and for binding to, and preserve for use the in work good. order 57 Bales of:; Cotton, pick'-\L'iHA'Jmii'.Hyed :
t clause-of the bill the Court acted,which undetermined The grave charge The yearly p np-at'aea. y ,.
affirmed :that the of that this made subscription being ono dollar persons interested in tbo above cast
complainants1 right occupancy decision is an interference with. cur friends will perceive the impracticabil. ALL
was consistent with the act of 1833 the of of J hereby notified that all the residueof
right trial by jury. We are ity keeping open BO thousand
wholly many ac. the for which the above
and that under that act they were not liableto incapable of discovering,this, effect counts. It it therefore indispensable that WI money
as re sold by Marshal of this District
be turned out, not being amenable to milting from the decision, since the demur we should require payment always in ad. after the payment of the salvageand expel.

v those provisions which authorized the agent rer being overruled and tho defendants Vance Two I 'sea in said cause, bag been paid into the Registry
attire Suite to proceed'against the: Indianoccupants ordered to answer thin case would proceed numbers more will close the first I I7e&i'aod of the Court, where it will reman

of,granted lots. Passing by all to a jury upon the final hearing detire to continue we now give the notice that all who for nano months, unless sooner claimed t by

the other questions raised in this case, ,by and in the mean time, if upon the I fr theirintentioasbyaseasoaable'advance Magazine the person or persons entitled to lhj ,*ain t
the allegations in the bill or of-the coming for the or his or their legally authorized agerlt,
supposing( them answer,the equity! of the bill should second j ear. i .
all to bfjftgainst tbp coraptonauts, ;'there be sworn off; or the truth of the allegations If any of the subscriber should not: A. If. DAY, C'IIr.D. C ,
re. If. 1C. NEWCOMB
Was in tho of the'Conveation. ceije all tbeir By
opinion :.which the numbers
upon injunction was granted they can request .
be [ollmOm
enough in this part of tin>> bill, to entitle denied, that ,injunction ,would of the. post master notify us of such as are _

!bo.complainants. ta relief and the rule is, have boon dissolved course cbut.musing, and they thall be cent again free of PRINTING EXR01WEDAT TJH-- ,


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If!::: ---=-- -- ":-- Antiquities. making excavations --- I -ftIIIIIIIs: ._ .

4t{lC SBuquftrr.KJJY .. in the gold region of Georgia, not nuisances may boo propagated with as little BRUCES NEW YdRKtfYPE FOUN 1 i ; :
long since,buildings regularly) erected were difficulty as possible. -The subseribery'rrespectfully ,
!: WEST, SOUTH FLORIDA.aA'PU1tnAY Ho will also supply at short inform the
I discovered under the earth. Traces have notice printers,that they hat,o recentlf "

FEnilVAUY 21, 1835.: also been met, which prove that the mining TIN MEASURES OF ALL SIZES, completed' variety or new font" ofcfetter ,
, suitable for retailors of spirituous in the style of the latest European"specimens t.
business has, at some time, been follow* liquors ;
In consequence of the irregularly: of the cd in the same district of country, as well as as it is presumed numbers will profit by the ,well calculated for ornamental prin. +I
i ting or sast (display' and
release from taxation and making I"tortmcnt.
City an as.
are unable to present as great a in North Carolina whom at what' engage in .
mails, we ; by or I this advantageous branch. of business being -of Printing Types unrivalled in !
variety of matter as uSl'al. It seems as if I period, it is impossible now to discover. most logically proven, that it will bo beauty,extent variety. A book of specimens ; '

lo have no more regularity in the The mounds ethic West have long been a much to the advantage of tho PRESENT RE miry "be obtained at the Foundry, j ;
we are subject of interest to the traveller, and TAILORS to have their number doubled, lie No. 13,Chambers street, near Chatham st. "
management pf this business; hero is n speculation to time antiquary ; but a writer! will also furnhh from time totimo. a few It contains specimens fromTwelve Line

little boat, if n boat it can be called, which from Arkansas,in the Charleston Observer, cases ofSMALL Pica to Vcarl-comprising 1 ;
41 '
POX AND YELLOW FEVER furms of Roman...Caps With I. case* ;: ,
has: arrived from St. Marks, bringing a states some facts yet more interesting.On .-- .. 35 do Italic .do do '
the banks of White river he. you to accommodate Boarding House Keepers; 5 do I .
handful: of paper and letters, and accord- says title Roman'dotitle : :do !
can see the brick foundation of houses; a as it is presumed the introduction such 5 do Italic :'do' -,\'hde '3'
ing to the rate at which she makes her trips, diseases is peculiarly desirable; also seed G do \
few miles further, six hundred and forty W Roman do <'.,Jd ,
i ii ;4 probable we may have four or five acres bf land enclosed by a wall, in the of various kinds of 17 don Antique lib '. .:do\'IJ' .\ ;
half mail during the year. Can nothing centre of which is -a circular building ; 12 do Black dd :;dodo.-..': ,> ..
suitable for and it is 5 do ,
streets .
squares: as understood Open Black
be done Are we thus to be imposed on ? there is also, in the same neighborhood,the those streets are to be most desirable R do Script dd do.., go,,,'. .f

We are confident that something can, and ruins of a city, and parallel streets, crossing to resido'in, that are most ornamen- 5 do Germ'n Textdo do' "
each other at right angles, may be tra- ted with them-also various kinds of 25 do Twol'norom'ncapswith( \
ought to be done, to remedy this evil! Yes! figs' ,
ced brick foundations mile 11 do
by one in lengththe BLUDGEONS WALKING 8TICKS&c. Two lines Italic capitals" i i
let tho citizens of Key West make one = bricks of modern shape. 1'hVhole preparatory to the operation of tho club- 10 do Sli'd Caps, of various kinds. .' .

general complaint to the proper authority, West is rich in objects of interest to the lawand: generally with all other articles 6 do Open do do ., '

and we have no doubt things will be chang antiquarian and the naturalist. calculated to make Key West "horrible" Besides 7 do' Italic capitals and figures ;
ornamental., .
the of Mr. Flint and other its letters
By accounts .a place as enemies could wish. superior
($ It is said that the boat referred to, travellers Western it 1'IMO'rJYPU1..L.DOWN. music,lottery figures, piece; fractions,
says a wiper, Appears "
astr comical
bas gone on a' turtling voyage, we cannot that the impress of tho leaves of the fruit _. -- rules, brass ralc4.ornatnebtal and othersigns dashes, ,space.long .r.1,
vouch .for the truth ofigkp story. But we trees end the bdmbohavefrcquently been SUarfnt'" )tntdU eutt. braces, more than two hundred kinds of : I:
.. .
do think that, this business would betl r become found'in tho peat beds, and tho fosil"coal <- ... borders, and more ban 1000 kinds of cdts 'j"1
formation in the neighborhood of the 01110.lehle9 POUT OF KEY WEST.ENTEKEDt and ornaments for school bonks newspapers ,.
her than that of a U. S.. Mail Boat. and scientific ''t J
of disruption,vast rocks,earth and :works; orders(or any of. ) :;
which,or composing sticks, cases, chases I
sands, specimens of organic, animal, and *
expected with the utmost ,
vegetable remains belonning to a tropical Feb. 16-SI Loretto, Sawyer, Havana promp .. ,
and ; titude
child who
Every man woman can ,a largo stock being always 90 band. .
read at all, has read the fable, of the Old climate, clearly indicated some importantand 17th-SI Felix, Wood, Havana; SI Alert, They will also execute orders, or printing .

Man, the Boy,and the Ass," the object of extensive changes, occasioned by fire Latham, Havana. presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish t ]
which is to illustrate the folly of attempting or water, in the whole great valley of the CLEARED. tho manufacture prices. 'f

I to please every body. If there is a class of Mississippi. There the regular walls, the Feb. 1C-SI Loretto, Sawyer, IIavana ; Printers of newspapers will please\ pub :;; 'I',

men in the world who feel the difficulty of bricks, the medals, the implemeiJs of iron 20ih-SI \Ier t,Latham, Havana. lish times this advertisement(with this note)throe :
a it
paper containing to the
buried in soil which must AttlUVED.
and a
it is the editors of copper,
pleasing news- and receive
everyone Foundry, when ,
payment they
been undisturbed for with ;:lIe Feb. 14-Sell Hellespont Lewis 16 da t i M1
papers. Poor souls! they must live by ages, purchase four times the amount of their bills '
ministcrng to tho various and'variable alphabetic characters. written on the child, fm NYotk, bout d to $:h. Marks ; Si 1 spy: from the Factory. J i;
show that other rcces of men Thompson, Florida Reef; ballast to master '
tastes of tho multitude; which the anxious as plainly ; GEORGE BRUCE, & Co. t
mariner watches tho changes of varying passed away. And what aV
clouds lest they may, like him be overtaken must that have been when the Mam Thistle iteef Passenger, Jos. Prince; Sch: 0 7" )rderB for the above Foundry will h* ;i

unprepared by a storm; or like the careless moth and the Melogonyx' trod the plain, Eagans, Indian Key, ballast to attended to immediately if sent to I"

pilot upon the mighty but treacherous Mississippi and monstrous lizards, whose. bones ale master, Passengers, Mri.Eagans and Mrs.; A. E. MILLER. '. ,I 1. .:
jun i their boat foul of "snags." not rescued from the soil, and which must Otis,of Indian Key. .N 0.4 Broad-it. Charleston, S.C.' .

What a pity some of ingenious Yankees have been at least eighty feet long, reared SAILED. May 23 '< I .I ,'s-.

have not invented a kind of barometer, their heads from the rivers and lakes! }eb. \\6-Brig Aldeberonto, Davis, St. 'rp H E SUBSCRIBER respectfully: in-T : J"

that should at all times mark the precisestate Georgia paper.TcTnOPE. Marks, Passengers Mrs. Crane, 3 children forms his friends and the public--. tbat '

of public opinion-that moral sky and servant; Sch Hellespont, Lewis, St. beJsprtpared\odoaUkindloCJDPRIN: : i( I'rt.

on which editors and politicians are obliged up- I Marks; 16ih-U, S.. Transport Sell: Motto TING. Ho hopes by attention business, 1 ,

tyjceep a keen and steady gaze. To the Hope,thou hast charms to soothe the soul, Armstrong,NOrleans, Passengers, lion. to merit a liberal patronage. I '
: James Webb Dr. S. E. W. 11. Wail
such invention Myers, ,
an would be
fraternity in-
When adverse storms assail, Key West, Nov 1. ;
valuabe, aud to tho inventor it Would be Mrs Hubart, child and servant: ; 17th- ,
Thou can'st the destinies control, Sdi. Pizarro Reef ballast to '
no less profitable than tho patent "panacea" Western 1. ./
of Dr. Swaim. When fairy prospects fail. master; SI Thistle, Eagans, Indian Key, JOHN GEORGE ZIR1AX i ,
I Passengers, Mrs Eagans and Mrs atis.NOTICE.AU .
Perhaps those who do not know "the ills I know thee by thy dark brown hair, INFORMS the public that he has opened m

that editors are heir to,"may think we speak And cheerful face serene having demands ESTABLISHMENT' : in
this persons .this'city where the business is carried on in "
extravagantly subjcctbut; we assure I thee air ., of 'Alexander Hamiltou -
know by thy blilhsome all its various''branches. Bread, Cakes of
'/icm "wo strain not the tl uth its ,. to
beyond .Day; are hereby required present eve Pilot
description. Navy and, Dread;
And soul-subduing mien.
bear them without! all
strength to when wo declare lo them delayand person indebted &Co&Care kept constantly on-band, fresh
that "our sufferings are intolerable." Only When fell despair, with hissing looks to said estate are requested to make Imme- by the subscriber. .

look at our case but for one moment: diate payment ii. K. NEWCOMB Key West, Nov. 16, [Stf] ,
suppose,' for instance we, ourselfeditorsand Corrodes upon my brain; Key West,Jan. 5,1835 |!nl68w] Ad'mr. ...

one other very unpopular class of men When nought appears, but barren rocks, '

only have a right tosay we when they mean Lash'd by the foaming main. SIX WEEKS after date I shall apply to $ .00 :
to Honorable the Judge of the coun- :
I-suppose we are sitting our '
In midst of elemental
storms, court for Monroe for letters of
ty county,
chair sol presently the door 1 m ;
us opens In darkness doom'd to grope,. administration on tbe estate of H. 8. Wa- Reward.EtCAPED !:.
and we have the pleasure of,6ceing enter a tcrhouse dcc'd. JACOB HOUSMAN. .

S>ery particular personal frienda"gentlemanat The sight of thee my bosom warms, i Feb.5. 1835. [nlSOw] from prison two negroes P "

large," who, hiving laid us under ever- Oh! soul-inspiring Hope. ; as runaways_WILLIAM "I/ -!!;:

lasting obligations by a small loan of" the KEY WEST BARD.STANZAS. COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, l JONES it about 6 feet 5 or 6,'inches high, j ;

chine,"has a right,ofcourse to give advice January 1835. { about 20 years of age>, ,commonly..wears
and find fault, he addresses us, my fear -... Tbe attention of merchants and others is whiskers, .p ak.qpick,land baa a pjcailng) j tll

sir,why don't you give us some tales/ requested to the subjoined sections of an of countenance CHlilSTOPHER,commonly knownbythename CHAMBERS y "
Act concerning tonnage duty on Spanish f
fashions and such matters tnat are generally No, ahno!, ; not just like love, Vessels"approved 30th Juno 1834. is very tout, about feet high, and about .
interesting? These are the things I like, W. A. WIJ1TEI1EAD 30 yean-of age, 'speaks slew 'and is of a
and they are what every body likes; depend Is yon gay and conscious rose; COLLECTOR, downcast countenance is known by the ".

upon it sir, if you will only fill your paper All its flaunting leaves disclose "Sec. 1. From and after the first.daj name of Chambers, they say they are free i m

t 1\ with matters of this kind, it will undoubtedly Sunshine-joy-and fearless prove; March next, Spanish Vessels coming from and will endeavor to pass as such-it is supposed i

gain a very extensive circulation: good Not like love! the Island ol Cuba or Porto Rico, either th'yrHl try to Jot to the Indian na. 14
ion Bill has been seen '
as at Indian river
morning,sir." Exit gentleman at large:: and directly or after touching at any port or ;
the boat Chamben of in has been
enter merchant. Sir I call to say, I think But yonder little violet flower place, shall pay in the ports of the United found to the northward of went Cape Florida,on i l +
States such further in addi-
tonnage duty
you devote too much of your paper to poll- That, folded in iu purple veil: tion to the tonnage duty which be the beach';;";'The above reward will be paid I,
may payable
tics and idle stories which can certainly for their delivery to me at Key West or J i
under law
And otber be
trembling to the Slightest: gale, any a*shall, 'equivalent
interest nobody why dons you turn $50 for either of them. .
; your to tbe amount of discriminating duty
that Weeps beneath that shadowing bowers L. F.. DREA>Ii1rQ. J
attention more to matters are importantthan tbat would bare been imposed on the carabcs '
any other subjects and would be,of IK just like love! imported in the said vessels, respectively Sheriff.M.' c. t: .
if the bad been Key West,.Jan. 93, 1835. [olStfJ J
interest to all-to the commerce and trade same exported from '
Though filled with dew its loosing l eyes, the of Havana in American bottoms.
of the country; they are much'more important port re authorized to announce Colonel
than other subjects and would interest Though bends its flendcr stem in air, Sec.. 2.. Before any such vessel shall be JAME8'OADSDBN.u m candidate ;,

all because all are more or less de It breathes perfume and blossoms fair, of permitted the United to clear States out or with depart a cargo from which port to represent the Territory of-Foridain| ;} :

pendant on them; you ought also by all It feeds on tears, and lives. on sighs, shall be directly or Indirectly destined te tbe 24th Congress of tbi -United States.

means to publish tbfl,manifesto, they are Just like love! either of tbe said Islands tbe said vessel f'i.i ,
very important." Yes sir,wo will do all' shall"pay such further tonnage duty as shall WE are authorized to announce Colonel I '

we can to accommodate you. Exit merchant And should a sun-beam kiss it* leaf be equivalent to tbe amount of discriminating lt1SFP}[ ,M.,.WHlTj a-* a candidate 1 : t
and enter politician. Your most doty that would be payable for the to represent,the'Territory Florida, t \
,obedient sir: sir, will good enoughto How bright the dew-drops would appear time being upon the cargo if imported into in tilt 24th Congress of tbfr United States. '1

insert this notice for a political meeting Like beams of hope upon a tear, the port of Havana,in an American bottom. f ,.
Sec. 3. No vessel shall be H
spapisb allowed '
in ward this for another in Like light of smiles through parting grief! authorized '
-ward, to clear out or depart! from a port of WB1; to announce Major ; 6'
and the proceeding. of the meeting held And just like love I thE the United Ststes with any goods wares, 4r WYATTas a candidate a j
last. evening at ? they are not very merchandise, except upon a destination to tel'eprcMnt' the Territory of Florida, ;
long,will not occupy rpore than two co- some port'Or place in the Island of Cuba or io the 24tb Congress of the United Stat .. ::

umns, but 1 wish to have them put in very'" Legislative Council the'Territory Porto Rico, without giving bond with ap

conspicuously and by the bye, I wish you baring wisely determined, (by annulling proved security in double tbe value: of tbe THE Subscriber would Inform his friends ,
the City charter,) vessel and cargo, that the said cargo or be is
would be good enough to republish a seriesof ibaythe good the public, that prepared 'to
numbers that have been published i invthe people of Key West do not *ota Corporation:-the*iruscriberwould bond shall ed to his care ia the. ,
-; they are very powerful and spirited respectfully inform the public that be is be cancelled on producing the certificate AUCTION COMMISSION LINE .I.

,just the thing for the present times; 'happy to avail bunself of such favorable from .n American Consul l, that the said His office ii up stairs in Mr. F, A, Browne' ,f
'nothing but politics should find a place in circumstance to commence business ; Le cargo basbeeo landed elsewhere,bona fide Ware-lfouse whore barmy at all times be .
the papers at this time; nobody thinks of therefore, gives. timely notice, that after and without intention to reship for a port found j f,
any thing else now: by the way your paperis 'tbe lit April I next, be will be prepared to in one of the said Island" He takes, this opportunity of rendering .

not half warm enough; you should giveus supply the citizens of Key West,' with all [nlg-tro]_. thanksforlustGvonand hopes, by unremitting 'if

a plenty of cayenne; do that, and Til sorts of are authorized to announce Colonel attention to business, to merit *

warrant you will go ahead..? I will .leave MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WE WILLIAM B.. NUTTALi. loa a Continuance... of public patronsge.
t.o or three of these numbers wish far candidate to represent the Territory of 105. A.
andj proper serenading parties, or nightwalkers [Dee.. ., 1*34. *- i *- t 4
you to publish these; and then the others who may be desirous of disturbing Florida,to the 54th Congress of the United -' .
as fast as'they appear good-one word i if the peace of the community-also with .

you please before you go, will you be w HOGS AND GOATS tei.H AM GIN V. 8NELL,ATTORNEY .r'..

good as to subscribe for our paper T-Traveller. at reasonable rates, to rom about the Cityat AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW : ..
large, in order that CHIGOIS and other ApdMAbLI, Florida. 1.'JIif'Ar,.r
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--- _. ff fervent longing after the element of derera a touching reminiscence, long to be to discover their possessor,and without any

L freedom after tho al f.ure' light recorded in their memories as a pleasing, officious efforts on hb part, they will Lo
s pure, ;
f ,Gnxetle.PdLAND .
W .\lFroiAthePhiladelpMa' and of tho blessed foretaste of this, desired though melancholy recollection. And even invited into exercise at the proper. time'"" .
I lt 19 a fact,strangely illustrative enfranchisement-:-' 6f this' blending tho io,this day the Song';:ot" the Forsaken, President Wadilds Address
liberalism ..........
of the boasted march of of celestial happiness. Yet longer did does not fail to produce, ex 'I (improtistc,

thai no nation of which wo.have a record; sea he listen; for Ihe tones of her song carried : the evidences of a feeling, and ,sensitive When I reflect,*' observes Pope, in a '

:' I has suffered so much, or suffered so long, him there, where w, yet, his,thoughts had diajxwStion'in the eye' of,ma compagnone letter to Addison "what an inconsiderable
i: from open wrong, as a ldn?dom in thereintre de atom every single man is with
never reached, and he,, felt happier in this voyage respect to
of refined and the eighteenth ... the whole creation rncthinks
: Europe, in short and flight than ever he had .. it is shame to
and nineteenth centuries. From the moment imperfect WillisMast be concerned at the removal
4 I felt before But the lark now, (dropped The.following extract from such a
.;E ; when the surrounding despots, rushed suddenly to, the earth, for: her little; body letter in the, New York Mirror, indicates avery trivial animal as I am. The'morning after
blood hounds and tore her to exit the will rise
f like upon reeable'ctate of society.A7 my sun as bright as
i was too heavy and her wings were not large at everthoflnvers
I', pieces-when- not strong enough for the pure element." woman was sacked and thrown smell as sweet,the plantsspring

"O, bloodiest picture pn the gage of time i This? extract is from a beautiful I little book into the Laos horuy this morning. I was as green, the world will proceed in its old

? 'Sarmatia fell, unwept, without: crime." I translated from theGerman, by' Mrs. Austin idling away the day in'the bazaar and did course people will laugh as heartily, and

from that moment to tho, present,her' history entitled, The Story without an end." not see her., The wardroom #steward of, the marry as fast as they used to do. The

has been one of gloom and bloodshed. ,It is a precious little gem. ,and,will wo}hope, United States,"'a .very intelligent! man, memory of man pa seth away as the remct,,>

Contending'nobly for her ancient freedom, soon be given to the American public.- who was at,the pier when_ .she was brought branco of, a guest that...... tarrieth but one day'*"

she 'her manacled limbs, The child that is represented as thus let down totho caique, describes her as a .0.0-

and cored her chains with her blood, into the'secrets of;nature, seems: intended young woman of twenty two or three years, During a late run o'n Sir Vs''. For cs's

,1I ,; t in the'ineffectual effort. h gallantry has illustrate( the spirit of love and inooc nce. strikingly beautiful ; and with the exception bank a' man who had some money in tile

become '6 by-Wota, Among the chivalrythat --...... of a short quick sob in her throat as house, ran as fast as he could there, producing

followed the'-eagle of Napoleon, the THE SONG'd}'THE FORSAKEN. if she had wearied herself out with'veep." his voucher,and demanded; his money,

Pole*'were the foremost. In the late struggle An extract jromj&c fble of the Ibo Wanbrers. ing, she was calm and submitted composedly The clerk asked 'him if ho would take

wbeatbey stooilsinglehanded'agaiAst .( to her fate. She was led ,down by bullion or paper? He chose thelasf,which(

j I ] the cdllossal power of Russia,theY' ought BV/ ifc TIRWirSOIf. two soldiers: her, 'usual dress, her yashmack was paid him in tho notes of Sir Willing/

i with a lion-hearted gallantry that has rendered : I : only torn from her face,and rowed off house. As soon as he had stoned thc.S1
even their defeat most 'glorious But i( t ,..i-| \Vo'wilt now bid adieu, to' the mouth of the bay, where the sack safely in his pocket, ho grinned in the
'" it is to redeem to,thisoinbro picture of our forest adventure drawn her resistance. i clerk's face and said.'Now d
no virtue, seems, adequate wag over without -:-n }you you
Poland., Every effort of her sons renders from which gloomy implex' cur: faithful -. The plash of her, body into' .the;sea was may break as sodfBLs you like'' This

her destiny more dreadful. Successive steeds had given us a happy deliverance; distinctly seen by,tho crowd who had followed booby was nc t born. on the far side of tlo ,

ti surrections have made her plains a desert. and change'the'scene to one which is still her to the water.It Tweed,wo will venture affirm._ '

Of those who would hard {protected her, pleasing to the rncmoryof tha"rraiellers ; is horrible to reflect on these summary =oho-

,some now toil ip the mines of Siberia, others and which perchance may not be the less executions, knowing as we do, ,that the Incendiary Rat.....-While the owner of

groan in'the dungeons of the Autocrat, agreeable to the.reader. Imagine then,the poor victim is taken before tho judge, upon soap factory on Monday night was washing a

and( the wretched residue wander about: the delightful contrast ; the transitions of a the least jealous whim of her husband or his hands, he observed a lighted candle
t earth exiles and dependant: Even her fleeting hour,from the deep recesses of a
master, condemned often upon harp suspicion placed by one of the workmen, carried off
I i children her; boys-are .taken from ,her dark wood, the Summer foliage of which ,;and hurried instantly from the tribunal by a Rat, who dived, into a hole. On dark
bosom lest they should imbibe from the scarcely admitted a glimpse of the myriadstars the t
to this violent and revolting death.- ening premises the light,was disco: ;'ercd
atmosphere of Poland; that hardy spirit of which begemmed ,he'ault of Heaven, Any suspicion of commerce th a Chris- through the crevice of tho board, and

resistance ; and JCr.degraded values are fatigued, exhausted, benighted, and with tian, particularly, is, with without) evidence raising! the floor the caodlo was found turning on.
colonized by thestnpia serfs of Russia.By .- eyes wearied. ,with gazing for some wood instant
land ruin. ,Not long ago, the near some shavings, and in a few
t; late arrivals we learn that the country, aperture to freo'us'from our dismal inhabitants of Arnaout-kcni, a pretty vil- minutes more the whole .building! would
rattier its remains Buffers still from the emma-Jmagin I say, the distant gleamof
.r lage on the Bosphorus were shocked with have been on fire. Great caution
pressfon and brutality of the Russian 'a Jight, breaking i upon the sight., and ..1._ ____'__1_ _r m..,_t_:_f. .____ = __.1 be used not to leave candles should
1UuO &U\'U 01 a t umutu woman aim a lighted where
i" troops.: By ,recent: :decree; 260 persons you may better judge of our,feelings. young Greek hanging dead from the shutters Rats can carry them off:-N. Y Star.
have been condemned for political offences. Behold us then seated on the vino clustered of a window on the waterside. He I
To complete the miseries of wretched Poland piazzo.of:fa near Gothic, Cottsdoahera
had been detected in.l leaving her house at Persons visiting the Island of Cuba will
it would seem that the very elements luxurious repast, in social tote a tete the daybreak,and in less than an hour' the require n passport from the Spanish Consul,
have conspired against her. The weather with its" rural owner, gazing in a calm con-
unfortunate lovers met their fate. They at the place of embarkation.! A
has been cold tent oil night starry dome beneath the noncompliance
so intensely: that'many per said
are to have died most heroically, em- with this regulation will
H soul,, hive perished. Conflagrations have, floating ringlets of a.Principe Cigar. The bracing and declaring their attachment to the parties to serious inconvenience.subject
also been raging in several of the hie..-. family! of our'host,had hot yet honored the last. wan adopted by his It
From the Faubourg of Tzulie to Warsaw with their presence, though from art adjoin Excellency, Captain
Such two General of
tragedies occur every week or Island of Cuba, with ific
many bouses had been burnt; the town of ing apartment the vibrations of .a deep' in and it is view of
Constantinople, not wonderful, preventing the iatiodu'clion
toned ir,J
Harp told of
Orimben bad been utterly consumed. In ; some gentle being
the that Island
considering superiority of educated of offenders
{ t Lezaysb, Nimerow, ,Dembico, Rymcnow, whose fairy hands were sweeping its chords, against tho laws,
and lira other
picturesque Greek to brutal or of bad
and tho soft persons character.\; :Y.
and Sieocausa fires had been as cTcarvoice of the Minstrel .
very pre' ,
bour the
and oEve. Star.
daring of liarpcans
hundred broke throu h*thd balls .of her romance
fehU Two houses had been reduced childhood, in tho of'forbidden
ashes, id the the immaterial colloquy of trial pursuit happiness. .
to town of,Opaloro/ our ceased. The of
liberty and Russian
tho Palatinate of Sandomir It was the spirit of enchanting lend. going coming, which 7rannyOnecannotwithuuta
,belonging to song the Turkish
the' family of, Pdt cki. To aura this ing iui heaverity influence fo the'soul-not women enjoy,wrapped onlY. in shudder, read'the accounts of the larbflt-
up veils which
word feD from the ) assist by their secrecy,is tempt. ity of the Russians: over the (
r catalogue of horrors,we" may add that several a ,lips of either,and thovery favorable I subjugate
to and the Poles. Less
ingly intrigue self horrible
shocks of earthquakes- fiavo been 'felt. breath of our Cigars seemed to linger deeds than the fo;7'
and play On the air if. sacrificing nature of the sex, when the lowing have eatJsed revolutions. "A beau
On the 15th of October lLe city, of Cra- as unwilling- to fade* heart is
concerned tiful
shows itself Polish
here in
from ther-haflowed girl af a boarding' school at
cow and the celebrated springs of Wietuzka away serenity of the
hour. The time''die' proportion to the demand for it.MagniPcen'Sumet.Poets. Wafsaw, aged only f5, who was found
had'sustained a shock which bad caused song, the voice, all
l i great terror among the" inhabitants, who conspired to make the scene one of indis- playing" the National air, A Poloudls'not re1
abandoned cribable sweetness and and travel was seized by the dragged
the dwellmgsjiri the utmost ;- as the light touching governor
? confusion. The subterranean excavationsof noteS of' tfte Unseen singer.died on the lers speak with enthusiasm-of the sunset: to,the guard house, and there whipped by

Wieluzka. had ,sustained crime injury, ear; tbe'nearl melted fnt6. something unearthly of Italy, Switzerland;and Greece. tl have the Cossack so shockingly, that she died

and two small houses were,thrown- down. as' she breathed ,forth tTiffsong of seen the sun go down in each of those with shame and grief" This is only one
the Forsaken countries, but never with half the splendorwhich'on among the continued series
Such,if the fate of*country,'once the battier 'Qur citi
which protected. Europe from the in* My Brother, Brother Ive! this day accompanied his .disap perpetrated by the Russian government -of
my given for
you and could I succeed in
pearance reflecting \Varsa\Vj Crtiliztd
toads of the powerful and grasping Turks nations should make a
The tears of lay and
ray. a emotion upon
thereadec'simaginationhalf the common
the gran against
i-ttoW unpitied victim of the: a.despotismvhich
sW then' two gallantly. defended very add nafions Since the hour ydU yaf er'd, sweet Sister deur of this: gorgeous show. ,he would un hi the 19th century is gtiiliy of cruelties

i ..ivod:, adieu, questionably concur with me in thinking fiery the commission of which Jfcro era

And hurried away; o'er the Ocean. that but for its evanescent nature, it was Dionysius would hare recoiled.
t I i roatih Trnsessee Central Monitor. far more worth a voyage to Egypt even than .

to BEAUTIFUL And many a raadtatiteunlit morn the pyramids. No sooner had the sun's I Fashion is a tyrant, cries'the moralist
Safely With groups of the loveliest disk disappeared behind the Lybian desert fashion
flowers inanity. tr0
; fashion
and roundly healept till the says preacher: ;
rosy niorung \ than the wpolo western sky along the edgeof i is" a shocking spendthrift
abuts stood upon the mountains aadanJpunced Ilavefadedat'viyiindtheirgeatleneasgonLike e the horizon groans papa,
"which MISS
1 the.conVuty i of their Ion the the innocent childhood of for Wilhelrnina Rcisamunda Tibb J
sun. ours want of, better
a term,'J shall call asks for
But as soon as the tidings golden ; money to pay her,,milliner's bill..
spread over the' And but it
ah like flbwVs
the was
that a mingling of But '
freeFor saffron doubt
field' and:wood, the thousand-voice' echo open'd so orange, we if ever d single' bow; was

awoIcetad sleep was no more to be thought, the first breath Autumn to sever.;, straw these-colordasbedwithred.bold'tir.ts A little higher railed off a bonnet; or a' dresS among the

oft And Hood did' the, royal non himselfarise This.poor.aching. rieart) ,which la 'beating kind of like melted that of into a singular gay preached into an inch''f breadth ;,
; at first, his dazzling diadem alone for tberh green) faded a spring leaf and we are quite sure that milliner's bills
prematurel this
. ; appeared 'above*.tho mountains; at length Will be'free'cl from arch of ) ; over like extended an have not been much! curtailed,very recently.
thy coldness forever palish light, that of an The J fair
he BOlO sex know too
stood upon their summit in the full ma 'borealis well! \the charm of
: Then no more will fiho- conducting the eye to a flush of variety, the exercise of
jest atlas beauty, in all the charms of.eternal fears of thy Emma deep violetxolor tlieiv'tagte is toe;
: formed
'auto, 'bright 'end glprious/ fiis awake the groundwork agreeable; an occupation,ihe display of their
of the sky, on to the very skirts of charms dear to heir
kindly i an Creature To lure of admiration
embracing every of her.momenta of;lonely.dejection darkness. Through all these ,
semicircles not to enlist
earth frord the them
sorely oak,(o the blade of Unanimously the cause
r For the heart ttiat'haslov'J of different hues
' will in
solitudebreak ,superimposed of the
gras bending onderthe upon each mutable goddess and
fool of the wayfar' other there ; thus ft it they
rag man.' There arose from breast, u Dcendedas from a furnace, change and change and arc forever chang

+, ftooievery throat the joyou song every of praise; When bereft of,a Brother" All clion. vast most pyramidal irraditions of crimson light, ing now!limiting! in 'silks and satins, and
and it was as if the whole distinctly from each otter, now mincing in rncdest
, plain add wood 'But,if td these haunts should'eycrAnd and muslin, now with
, 'were become A temple whose roof"was the you return terminating in a point; and the con. feathers and jewels, and again in the simplicity
heavens whose altar the tract between these blood red flashes and of the llllied
mountiinat: whoso' the various of tho valley! which
.congregation all creatures, whose pnest the roam where the hawthorn creeping gi strata of colors which they traversed toll not, neither do they spin". yet exceed

Some feeling of,childhood must was extraordinary, that, I am '' in their attire Solomon in all his Ice

' The. child walked forth alone J ;; dpod the burn inwardly, ..persuaded.isV..._. 4k...MAM....I,_urouuccua no_J_combination_- V of light_ -and New York:,'_ .u tilE__! _Si'_.'r..glory.thE__! _!.l s__thP9are '__
} freah dewy com-fidd, t thousand little At : more wonderful or, returning to the dress of the of
tlragiare where are
thy sister is glorious Jolmt6
hues glittered in his 81Miand claimed the sleeping, MaAmrimtcI Eggpta.. Elizabeth, that for bills being distinguished
Joys of the coming and "urak Qh!'tben\ wiil remembrance Li b the
year, ied whig. to the ) pointed stomacher' of that jealousand
endless' hope*,' while she soared hours' -a.o '
circling tyrannical yirayo-heavy silks, small
ilhet rind higher. till tit 'length her. song Which the scenes of thy youth will is .voduly-Torro'peaiod of human life I bonnets, and neat ruffs .i all therae.-
was like the soft whisper! of*n.angel.bolding And awaken,, modgg &suitable, but at no time is jt The muff too has appeared after absence
thy tsars Me the dew ornama1 an
will fall oh the I so or with 'I -
convene; w ith the spring-under;the blue! appears such ca of some Thank fort
arch f _'ra.Vhich -. tinting charnae ,as in the twenty years.
ofheaventhechild had seen the earth : J. season of you tune! we are here in a great measure
colored little bird rise op before him:and i it \ will blossom1 around.the Forsaken, I, its Without modesty it'can never.ppeat In .t'OJ from' the abomination of bear, protected and

seemed to him as if the earth had sent her The rnsic-crafsede'ert4efaltering loveliness .fruQ merit is %.: mod- r cat skin=commend us to the taste of our
fdrtn I from her song est aDd retiring Beware / t t
: bosom as aj tocirrV had fot in l in fair
messenger ; soliciting our t of ,as at present exhibited. laplace1
t', troy:jb;and.her thanks; up to .dm sun, I i wa.bade. the. Yeoman Squire goodnight apartments, assuming obtrusive air. vanity.which'exhShf an, of'the cumbros: paraphernalia of Elizabeth
because he had turned bin beaming countenance and sough that repose we so!>>much needed,' It always ire to ehiaein ver.t cirde._ .; they appear.'to have adopted the

again upoq: .her in love and Bounty'- -while1 Dla.igb.wu heard to able to promises mow than It will 6e;' simple costume of the puritans of Old

and the lark hung'poised' above ie' hope; : sensitive cam patitanto he lay reslleaa-escape'my be" the pe' omi. Neglect or i tempt will' I Nolt's day, or too ret less adorned .tll lcf
giving, field, .and, warbled bet cleat beside mo mortifying nJnaequence., : the follower
.and It invoking coy.Morpheus to his. give solicitude,lest &c s-- of Fox and Penn. .T ere"s
Then ,
the talent
i c.bild" leaning ha aid. your should be more danger sometimes beneath bonnet
unobserved a
,sort caethoulcter' la listen( if fie couldT0 Day came and at an early hour we ro. bo attendoo'.hh will always misS its aim, and "bewitchingly simple" as the present

,longer bear the little ale errgerspays of sumed our journey without even a passing When talon injury thouadVIQ.1 ( mode than under a tiara of diamonds.

t and" be could just catch the distant glimpse of the Plaintive Minstrel who had tsge.ted in the talents and integrity are unL Augusta Transcript

quivering potea in which she sang of the i awakened in the. treattj of the Two Warj. if always efficient character of Dotration a young man in there A spur in the licad is worth two in the

society heel f

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