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 28, 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: UF00049046:00021

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T'IIE EN QUI Rl R. I dissemination cfaouod political knowledge,,!:! .

--- .. T.. among tbem, and beinggact ted by sin
j Published every Saturday, at FIVE DOLLARS core desire to adtiftC the crime-of State '

per annum.AovtatiscMENTs. Rights and Constitutional Liberty,we shall J :i" .
inserted at the rate of support the doctrines or the sdr. Right

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for I II Party of Georgia,M set forth in Uie Virgin'in I

the first insertion, and Scvenlv-Five Cents I ENQVZtEUflbtcb and Kentucky Resolutions Of 1798-fc+ i
for each subsequent continuance. AH Ad- and which were so triumphantly maintained : j
Tcrtiscmonts will be continued until otherwise t by the State of Georgia in 182&-C, nod *7 ;' '

ordered. None will be considered E:.: __ thereby assift in perpetuating the'ines ; i, 'H'and .
timable blessings we enjoy under
than square. our present "
less No subscription will bo discontinued ( aufc Duttfflhtt> b!! K. SttltCusou.VOL I form of government, and which are : :1a

unless at,the option of the Editor, until all 1 guaranteed unto us,so1 long a* each depart I ,t

arrears are paid. i. KEY WEST, SATURDAY: FEBRUARY 28. 1833. NO. 20. mcut of her M kept within its legitimate
no-All letters to the Editor on business, spheres of action. Wo are in favor of a 't

bo Post Paii.Tor strict construction of the Constitution-and :

must___ __ _. .::J assessed by a jury, and shall moreover be Small fonts, rnitablo for Bookbinders, opposed to all systems which have for their \ t'
:-- the information of Mariners generally,' liable to a suit on behalf ofany party aggrieved in great variety, may, be Lad when called object the taxing of the many for the benefit

have procured from the Collector the on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, for. of the few,or of lamgrestrictionslipou "

following we schedule of the situation of, thor to be executed by him. Orders from all parts of the Union will bo Commerce or domestic'industry=and shall .

Houses along tho" Florida shore, Sec. 4. De it further enacted,That if any promptly and most carefully attended to, resist all encroachments by the Federal

Light; his supcrintcnce. person except such as may have been appointed and particularly in supplying SORTS for all Government on the rights; of the States and ,

under CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary aforesaid,and have complied with fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin the liberties the People But whilst wo j

-Situated on the South side of Key Biscayne all conditions specified in the second section ny ft RunalJson, and Richard: Ronaldson. thus express our prcfcicncc for the principles "
of this act shall charge Stereotyping in all its branches executedby of the State '
about 400 yards from the beach.- any compensation Rights Party of Georgia (' .
Light, be considered 70 feet above services he may perform as pilot;he L. Johnson, as heretofore. we.shall I support that party only to long a* ,I
The may
level of the sea, distant from the gulf shall docmed guilty of high misdemeanor, JOHNSON & SMITH. they adhere to thoto principles,-oar motto ,
stream the about miles. Vessels drawing 10 and on conviction thereof, shall be fined ina No. C, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. being emphatically i Principles, not men,"' .'

approach within 2 1-2 miles of the sum not exceeding treble the amount of : (O j:: Publishers of Newspapers who insert and our ambition to do and sustain ripbt. ,\

feet may Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42V.. compensation received by him to be asses- I this advertisement, and forward a paper As we design making the Mercury a vehicle :\\1 II!
light-LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA-Is situated sed by jury ; provided that this act shall I containing it to J. & 3. will be entitled to of general information to all classes of tho t f',, \

Reef, near the site of the not be held to extend tothe master or mariner $3, payable in settlement of their accounts community, we shall at all times endeavor .i..lfi

jfon Carysford's in Lat. 35 08 N.Long. 80 27 \V of any licensed wrecking vessel, on when their bills amount to not less than$10.J.8. to present to our patrons regardless of la J r'f
one, Florida Reef on board of such wreck bor the latest I "
distinguished, is two distinct any or expense, Commercial and ; I'
It is easily which can generally be ing vessel, or on board of any vessel which Political Intelligence, both Foreign and t
lights at are the distance, of 12 miles. Its ob. has been cast away, unless such vessel R E. WHITE & WILLIAM IIAGAR Domestic ; with as great anrletJ.of'Llt- f' hl

seen vessels from the dangerousrocks so cast away has been spoken by a regular ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof erary and Miscellaneous'matter, ascot, lim
ject is to warn at least six miles from the light house the United States its will .f
and shoals near which it is placed. pilot, to whom they have permit. Our columns will remain 11
LIGHT-Stands on the on the Island of Key West. long been individually known as established open to the'temperate' ,discussion or any ,

KEY WEST of the Island of Key West, Sec. 5. Do it further enacted, That all Letter Founders, that they have now formed subject connected with the public good, ex- \
West Pqint >>
.4. 1
Lat. 2433 1-2 N.- on.8t 52 1.2 suits and prosecutions provided for in this a co-partnership in said business, and eluding<< all scurrillitjr and personal spleen .
ii in erected for the of guiding vessels act,shall be had in the Superior Court of I hope from their united skill and experience, In Inc, whatever be productive of spee \1' I
W. ; purpose tho aforesaid, or before the Judge to be able to give full satisfaction '
I entering the harbor ; the directions County I to all who duly rendering beneficial tho varied natural
which are as follows t Bring the thereof Chambers. may favor them with orders. advantage of our Stale, elevating the com 'I
for N. N. W. and the Sand Key Sec.6. De it further enacted That the The introduction of machinery in place mercial character of our city, or mcliora7 '
light to bear W..S. W. and cross the following fees and rates of pilotage be allow of the tedious and unhealthy practice of ting the .moral, social and political condition .

Light to fathoms water you run tor Key ed to each and pilot, first for piloting every casting type by hand, long desideratum by of our people,will meet without ardent .
about 5 ; i
Reef in and vessel in out the Eurepean and American and humble .
until within two miles, then conducting a ship or or Founders,was, support. .; .1'
West Light ore any partof the Florida Reef. Secondly by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure CONDITIONS.The .
Fleeming's Key
steer N. W. until you open Island in the north ,from any part of the said Reef to the port of time and money, on the part of our Savannah Mercury will be published +Ii i i
which of a the Mangrove harbor, and then run for it. of Key West or to Indian Ke,. or thirdly senior partner, first successfully accomplish. daily throughout the year, on a super royal l, j ,d
ern part is in the of through either of the channels leading into ed. Extensive use of tho machine cut letter sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum payable '
The best anchorage upper part House the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, has fully tested and established its superiority somi-annually in advance. < 1
of the Light (. !
the harbor. Height wit. for foot of water which such in particular The for the ,'
83 feet 6 inches. to every every over that cast Mercury co jntry will be pub
level of the sea,
from the ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars by the old process. lishcd to meet tho arrangement of the mails, .1'1'.

Light Stationary.LIGHT Revolving and for every day for which such pilot The Letter Foundry business will hereafter three times a week at the office of the Savannah
SAND: KEY It is the -best light on the may be detained or employed on board Inch be carried on by the patties before Mercury, and will be sent to all .

in 54 seconds. S. from West Light. ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- named under the firm of White,flagar&co. parts of the Unionordeliered ic the City, : "Fat 1
S.V by Key i
; Their specimen exhibits a complete series Four Dollars per.annum, payable in advance :, '' j
W. situated
01 57 lars.Sec.
Lat. 24 26 N-Lon The 70 feet Be it further enacted,That every I from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. Tho Book or Fve;| at the expiration of sixr I '1
directly on the Reef. Light vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key and News typo being in the most modern months. It will contain all the Intelligence t !

above the sea.TORTUQAS. licensed wrecking vessel, light and style. Commercial, Political ?
West except a Literary ana MI. I
LIGHT-Stationary-onqncof and receive on board White, Hagar & Co. cellanenus, including advertisements
Islands the refuting to a pilot are agents for the pub- ; 1
the Dry Tortugas near shall, spoken by said pilot six miles respectively sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses lithcd in the daily paper.
of the Reef in Lat. 24
.. western extremity from Indian Key aforesaid, or which they can furnish to their customers Advertisement will be conspicuously inserted t
ll N.-Long. 83 10 W. from the said Light House on the Island of I at the manufacturer's prices. Chases', in both papers,at 75 cents per squareof

Key West,be neverthelessand it is hereby Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every fourteen lines, for the first insertion,and .
LIGHT HOUSE AT RIVER.A made subject to pay full rates of pilotage,as article used in the Printing Business, kept thirty-seven and a balf cents,for each sue-,
JOHN'S though such pilot had been taken on board, for tale,and furnished on the shortest notice ceedtog publication. .
now light house has recently been but if not spoken more than threo mites respectively Old typo taken in exchange for DOW' All communications by mail must be k
erected at the mouth of the St. John's Rivorf from the abovementioned places, at 9 cents pet pound.N. post paid. ;t

H, F. which was illumined for the first then and in case of such refusal as aforesaid i B. Newspaper Proprietors who give CHEAP, VALVABLKfANDUfTKRESTIXO VTORJC +

time on the 18th Dec.last. she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and the above three insertions, will be entitled The
Physician and Gazette of Hu.i
been by an
/ Wo have politely no more.Sec. to'Five Dollars in such articles as they may ,
intelligent shipmaster, with the following. 8. Bo it further: enacted, That'no select from our specimen. man Life *.. T-,

directions and bearings ,fees shall be demandable for piloting and New York, 1833. Being a Library of Health and Hygenie.
Bring the light house to leai S. by W. conducting vesselif same be spokenat and of Popular and General Medical ,
any '
half: W. in fonr fathoms waterand make for a len distance than three miles from the, PROPOSALSFOR Knowledge, rendered familiar to every

it. This will carry a vessel drawing 8 or light house aforesaid, or from Indian Key, individual: embra.cinle'e'1lubJect con- tt('

!9 feet, safely in at high water. Continuo I provided,that this secticn shall not beheld PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST: : nected with the prevention treatment !
the until havo and cure of diseases-the', qualities of
light you
your course to extend to vessel going or coming I
any : A NEWSPAPERTo ...
medicines their
W. for the good and ill effects
fathoms, and haul, up N. W. by through the northwest passage! of the bar- : on
mouth of the river. If the large house on bor of Key West, when spoken at the dis- : EC ENTITLED TUB health-the ingredients of secret or pat ,
the'starboard side of the river can be seen tance of two miles and a half from said light ent U'lfdiciots-tLe true principles eating !

/ over tho north point of the beach, bring to house. KEY WEST ENQUIRER .and drinking cresting and drinkfne'' ,.

hear S. W. by W.balf W. and nm for it until Sec 0* Be further enacted, That in to live--domestic eoohrcb.miltry"1' ,
above bearing of the light, UNDERSIGNED and a great variety .1 :
you get the the event ofany master of a vessel refusingto THE beg leave re- and
then run for it as a ore directed and you pilot for his services the amount ", to offer prepositions to this interesting knowledge the highest \:

will have the greatest depth of water that offces pay any herein before provided, such pilot !enlightened public, to publish a weekly from importance the mass to of all mankind., and Litberto. hidden 'I'

tbere is on the bar. may, at discretion, sue out from the office newspaper under the above title It shall Contributed to }
by number
a of I
"This light; house will be of great impor- of the clerk of said court an attach- bo principally devoted to Commercial .. practising. aPhysician. i
tance. No notice, hast to our knowledge, returnable to the said ,
merit immediately telligence- shall bo
party controversy mtirely The object of this work is to ,
been of its erection. The consequence Chambers I present eve r'
thereof ,
court to the Judge in
fy subject connected with
that masters of vessels I ; diseases and iU ;
has been, which .
the vessel piloted or spoken, '
against !'ho undersigned is of the tretJneDt.'wbich, by its simplicity and ,
have been deceived, and in one instance, a the said Judge in Chambers shall fully aware perspicuity j
vessel mistook the object for another light, summarily or and without jury, proceed to ex difficulty of tho task he is about to undertake of its details,shall eaable'all who f., I

and ran to St. Augustine, causing a delay amine into tho facts and law of the case, and in consideration of his want of wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most ," 'J

ia reaching destination of several days. and decide accordingly to its merits but if experience, has obtained tho polite offer of interesting The'advantsges and important of such sciences. \,;d;1'

AN ACT ty provide for the appointment? the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall assistance from friends, whose age and all ranks of society need not be publication Insisted to I

of Pilots, and to regulate the rules ot not be within the jurisdiction of tbe court, qualifications render them competent to on, since they must suggest themselves up tot i: .

Pilotage at the port of Key West,and for the said court or shall the task., For his own part, he pledges every reflecting mind. Under the ipfluence 1

other purposes. and may on the return of the attachment himself, that, so fir M his health and of the diffusion of sound medical knowledge 5.
Belt enacted by the Governorand in like manner, EX-PART, and decide .
Sec 1. proceed
will all classes must be
tho among ,empiricism
Legislative Council of tho Territory of accordingly. strength permit- public may rely y r
disarmed of the with .
tho dangerous weapons
utmost in
Florida, That from and after the passage ofthis Passed Feb. 15,1834. upon regularity tho publication which it wars so successively against the life, ;
of the
act,the Governor of the said Temtorv JOHN WARREN, paper. of man; the abusive employment of medi .

.' be and he is hereby authorised, by and with Pres. Legislative Council. Great pains will be taken to obtain the cines so baneful to l..lib, will give place to

the advice and content of said Council, dur- Approved Feb. 15,1834.HTYPE earliest and most correct intelligence of the rational administration! of remedial,

its_.__...l ......;nn._ annnint such num- Wrecks and Wrecked_ ___ and the "
lUg .UU"n --- FOUNDRY. Property and also mgnmti, scientific and experienced '
ber of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key of Mr. RICHARD reports of vessels passing near rho Florida physician will be aided in his efforts to atlevitte i},
in northeasterly ;
West, and the adjacent coast a I his established and Reef. the sufferings of humanity. Noth- ;,
direction from said city, and the extreme I RONALDSON long ing that can add to tie of
subscribers th under tic work +
extensive Foundry, the ft5rOirrtEEM friendly to ;
of Monroe Type
the '
northern limits of County very shall be neglected' (
'he'rneiplee oldest
for the I
co-partnership taking will please receive and
,as he may deem necessary, expedient, have formed subscript and regimen shall be explained, and their
of continuing said business,and for forward tho names to the Editor : ""j
and advisable, provided the numb'erso appointed purpose convenience of their friends and pat as'. won. as application enforced. Tie Ingredients of ,
one shall not exceed the possible. *
in '
any year removed their establishment to a secret remedies shall be given and the whole ;
twelve. rons,have J. ATKINSON. subject of materi-t medic shall
the As it is their 1.1
2. Be it furiberenactedThat such more central part city.
See. October 1, 1834. and explained in.a lucid and simple style.
the intention to keep on hand a good assortment
to appointed, before entering on -A
Q'y premIum of $100 will be awarded
discharge of their duties as such,shall each of the belt type, and to the make taste such tic additions trade PROSPECTUS I to the writer pf the beat essay (not eiceed-
bound in an obligation with one or and improvements as of
become or THE ing 20 pages octavo) on the advantage to
and sufficient securities, to be and the wants of the country require, they
more good :community of the aenl diffusion of
that this establishment SAVANNAH) MERCURY.A ge
approved of by the board of wardens, or a flatter themselves medical knew ledrt'. The essays are 10 be

majority of them,for the port and harbor aforesaid will merit a large sharo of patronage.band which They can DA1LT MORNI.HO FA FIR, directed,'post:paid,'to the editor, ia aU ofJitneoext

in the sum of'onc thousand dollars, have now several fonts on Devoted to Commerce-Agriculture-Politics -f i

conditioned for tho faithful, diligent, and be furnished at a few hours notice, and and are -Literature-and General Toe award of the premium will depe,4. ;f
all weight*
fonts oi
their doties.which bond prepared to
able performance Intelligence. the decision! ser ial eroineat
l when executed shall immediately be placed I 'sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, including To be edited and pvblbhed in the city of icians upon ,- f bys.a

on file in the office of tho Clerk of the Supc. 'I a great variety of Ornamental Letter. Savannah, Ceo. Q rCditors, postmasters and; otoe".ro. '
rior Court of said County,at the propor cost Their and assortment(Cuts and will be found to BY WM BALDWIN HARRISON. respectfully Invited to act at agents, t i

of such pilot. I other ornaments will presenting! ,to the public the prospectus person who remits ten dollar Will have tee
That in be extensive, of which specimen
further very forwarded him.
Sec. 3. Be it Persona
insobriety bo' forwarded to Printers as soon as' theycan of the Savannah Mercury, just regard copies remitting
any event of the unfaithfulness, for the feelings of those ve expect to CM dollar will have eight.number seat.-

criminal negligence of any pilot, be shall ire prepared.Printing description, serve,a>well H a compliance1which time All distant communication to be addressed

upon:<< the petition of tin f twenty respectable Presses of every qualities, Las sanctioned,renders it necessary to five to tot editor No. q Cortlsndt street New ,
citizens of said city of a majority of the Printing Ink of the most approved York and be
,or Imposing a brief synopsis of He principles which shall ,( mutt poet paid.) Yearly subscribers
to the Composing Sticks Brass GaHes,
said board of wardens to appointed to commence with No. 1.
us in our editorial .duties-We are
l. Boards govern .
Governor to that efect.be removed from ofrieeard Stones, Cues,' Paper and Press with, impressed with the belief, that Inagovernnmeet V The editor bas great pleasure in bete* ,
Furniture. together
may betides be proceeded agaiostby Standing used like ours.tbe preservation of the Lib. able to aaaounce the approbation of msny' !

indictment, as in ordinary cases of tnisde a Complete assortment of all articles erties of the People mainly depends on tbelf eminent medical gentlemen to the plaa'efe

meaner,and on conviction, fined in sum in a Printing Office will be kept constantly virtue, intelligence and patriotism,sad the this publication
not exceeding one thotmnd dollars, to be on band. 1



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ft .I although some cnfioos minded individuals ItE.tJl.ar cuu. ;Enrljmingis i it. .
held to which :
I j 'wright'and the ttrVBufffldls' ; were' of affect to cast odium upon it, a habit of high importance to fix in children

l.1.abB OAiO OF LAM PIRATES BROKF.IJOT.W bail, by E. E. Boudinot wenttth, Commissioner! them fur 'baJ given'jihem may a character of which these end in firming( there is far greater facil! *

: ..tt'IJn...:;:.....t... 6t. ?
officeq&Mfccen for the last 'fortnight that purpose board; Schenck's schooner to' blended with that of the nation so strongly ; in children generally, to eatjy '

+ N' engaged in' ferreting\ out and arresting tho put be sent on to Newark Capt.to await a trial us to leaven the, whole I I rising, which needs only to be gratified nod -

members of one of the, most extensive At !least twMhirda of, the inhabitants; of Among all the inventions that havo'ever encouraged. They usually retire to |Led
hours before
of land pirates that.cverinfwted the I about to mention I some parents ; and at ,.. 1
gangS that district for an extent of four or five been patented, the one am. t
The facts of the I daylight, or at least at sunrise, are !
a' United States. simple miles are implicated in this demoniacal not only caps the climax, bid certainlyis generalt!
About,two months since of a\vokeand anxious to rise, of theta
case are these. would have thought many
business in which they were led on by a the last any one
} hence for Philadelphia iscotchtng are actually bred up with difficulty, to the
James Fisher/bound
the : : carried the work and putting in operation.-It
have on projecting
with, silks calicoes magistrate. They : habit of taking morning naps!which ''JCI1 .
t' ,and laden crockery, of for it has been the shad by steam.In ,w
muslins &c.,to t the value of nearly piracy years past ; technical once formed, generally prevaihhrougli |lilt(,,
of them and
the beach at I main stay of the majority; many the absence of a drawing Let the father deny (himself so fir os
$6000,) was cast away on havo rich and bought firms'with terms I will endeavor to explain it as tore
: Monmouth county, N. J. grown tire early, and become an liarnegat Inlet, the proceeds of their plunder. Heads of well as I am able, though I presume a more His'health and .
cast ashore she enjoyments, usefulness
after she was ho
The: it
night have when
families &c. will be
of about one hun farmers, store keepers, accurate description given may depend upon it, will be
was boarded by a pang ; for fear punishment, absconded and left is in operation, which will be very soon, in benefitted. Long lived perceptibly
who carried offlhe whole persons have been ..
dyed land pirate, behind them
their families,and property ; North Carolina.
'. f her cargo in small boats: and (as it now taken which found,-after an extensive inquiry,to resem ,
o have been by
ultimately! secreted he goods in but measures In that State, catching Shad is a very ble each other only in this important I
| their practice. -
) arrested for
appears they will,doubtless all be ; three four '
their dwellings on the main land across extensive business; and for ot And this may be commenced with
own all well known
where she now names and 'persons are to months employs a great many negrocs&c. another preventative of disense'Sctivecm.:; '
the leaving the ship, ;
bay, the number of above a hundred. In fact,
insured. at a considerable expense, as their nets area The morning,,is.ihe
is, on the i shore. She was not have been that ployment. season for(
ti Two weeks aflerthe wreck of the James: so numerous they although mile in length. A steam engine of small: activity; the frame i is invigorated; 'by repose! ,
the authorities and few others not implicated / I
1'' +! Fisher, the ech*. Henry Franklin was stranded ) in the neighborhood( a knew of their power is placed near the water's edge,,with J is prepared for exertion, and motion give*
I She bound a concave wheel attached to the'shaft. pleasure;, The atmosphere
,\ I at' the same place. wan pure so much
; from Boston for Philadelphia, and was loaded piratical proceedings, they were absolutelya Abreast of the and at a suitable sweeter.,nd more.exhilirating than tlte hit
information to molest sore
t,1 with bags of coffee, barns: of mask forbear to give murdered, or distance from the for dropping, the of a confined! chamber; has-, been prepared v
them : of burntin
being or
: crel, &c. This vessel was insured at the their, night and when Hun- nets into the 'water, is a' buoy' anchored, to be breathed ; and like all naline? mcd. ,

United States and the Commonwealth Insurance started dwellings them; the with two blOcks fasttned to it; at adistance cines, it is superior to any which. sciencescan > .

Offices, .Boston';. and the captain tingten impression: was to that,arrest lie.would, not general return to the right and left of the centre buoy are produce. Early} rising and early exercise ",

made; his protest, stating the circumstances alive and such was the dread which they two more 'with one block each. On the might more properly be'called food

'. of,the wreck, &C to the Justice of the had inspired; that he could get scarcely right,and len'of the engine are five more, than medicine they designed fordaily .

Peace(William,Platt, Esq.) living close by, any one to assist, him. He spent three (making'ten)'with blocks also. From the ,use, and to protect us from disease rather
his consisted of. concave wheel, two ropes run parallel with than to remove it.
and.told him what cargo nights on the coast trying to catch the Justice Every thing except
I The night after agang of about' one hundred who is still at large. each other to the centre'buoy, through the mere loth, invites us; nay, requires of u!?, "

of these pirates (partially disguised, These infamous wretches used to lie in blocks, one passing to the buoy on 'the to tram lip our children to use them. Tim!

'. and with blackened /aces) boarded thestranded wait for coasting vessels, hoist decoy lights right, the other to the buoy on the I left, morning is the most favorable season, fir

vessel while the captain was onshore at night, on the shore, to ensnare vessels frem thence to the shore, and running exercising the frame, as well as for making .

ordered' the mate to leave her, threatened passing and rcpasstng and it is believed through the blocks there, to the concave i useful impressions in the mind and heart

the guard with death if they interfered, that numbers of vessels; Lave been wreckedin wheel connected with the engine. It will I 'of important facts, moral principle, or religious .

t drove them off, forced the hatches open and this their stolen and their be seen that when the engine is put in motion I feelings; and whoever tries to conduct
i carried of 71 bags of coffee, (value $I 8I' crews murdered.way cargoes The pirates would rise the ropes are in motion also. Two I education of his child .index-nd-| -

10) and 35 barrels of mackerel (value$783 in the morning, and with their spy glasses boats having the net equally divided between ently of this practice will lose some ,of the

The mate went and (told the captain look out for wrecks. As soon as they saw them, are fastened to the ropes running most favorable opportunities. U'ght"

, I' what war going on; the captain and mate one, they would notify the squire; he would parallel with each; other, and are carried t'athcr't Book.

t t Ir y armed themselves, and taking with themrtn.i come down to a tavern on the beach his out by them to the centre buoy, then to ...

tt for- the use of the guard who had been scouts would tell the captain of the stranded ; the right and left, and of course as they A SAILOR'S WEDDING.-A tar; 'just returned .

,; t driven from the wreck, went down and ship that if ho wanted to make his protest separate, the net runs off from the boats into from sea, met one of his female acquaintance
to the plunder, or the entire the water until they reach the other He that bl '
put a stop there was a justice of the peace closeat ?. wad: overjoyed !
I', cargo would havo been taken away. As hand. In this way the latter would buoys. All that is necessary for tho men determined to marry her ; but at the altar

S soon as the Boston Insurance Companies learn what the vessel had, and tell in the boats to do next, is to take the ropes the parson demurred, as, there was not cash '

received information! ; of the robbery, they his gang of the cargo same, and in the night they attached to the net for hauling it in, to the enough between them to pay the fees, upon .

I' despatched an agent Jo the/ New York Po- would be sure to plunder the'vessel" They shore, which is done by having the rope as which Juck offered a few shilling?,"Ne

,i( lice Offi q. He. applied to Huntington, have even been known to tdke the 'budgetsof it runs ashore take the boat with it in the ver mind, brother, marry, nsaifaj'.q itvit;.

t;! and gave him full power to proceed as ''Ie' clothes away, by force' from the passen.: same manner as they were carried out.- go" \

\, thou propetand to spent!any reasonable I IIIIJ gers that were saved from the wreck and ,When this is done, the rope running throughthe ..r... M

t amount of money ir, order to arrest the latterly they have become so numerous; and blocks on shore is cast from them,(being DESPERATE REMEDV FOR A DESPER.VTJR .
u i> pirates and recbvertlie property. 'Hunting. made so that it can be done) and tho
bold, that they would plunder a vessel openly msEASE.-They tell a good story of old Dr. '
I ton immediately starteJ on ,tho scent, and in the day time. ropes for hauling in the net take its place, Rand. Ho was called to visit a_hypochondriac ., .
, 'I 11 'i( before night! he arrested one of the ringlea Too much praise cannot 'be given to and being attached to the.engine the Shad patient, who fancied-she had swallowed ,

"11 'j, tiers, Capt. Hulshart, who -was then onboard Huntington his'activity and intrepidity: are rapidly wending their way.to the shore. a mouse. On entering the. runm"- (the

i t 1 t his sloop,(tbe New Jersey,of Barne and we rejoice that the state will now,be' The time occupied in taking out the net to lady exclaimed, Dear DoctorK4, ; am$ .

, '\\1 I .gat,) lying in the North Ri" f. After he rid of such a set of lawless and heartless' < the buoys when placed' in the boats and ghd to see you-I am in such distress-: I

I II t, had lodged: the captain in our 'Bridewell, rascals. Before the officer left, an offer': hauling it again to tho shore must be much such pain! Oh, Doctor! Doctor!' I've swallowed :
he sought out and secured two sailors, Jess than it has 'been by physical strength '
rf was made to.him, from the runaways '(thro' a mouse!I" "Swallowed nonsense" ,'
(Halcomb Everingham and another) who a mediator) to pay whatever the Insurance ,heretofore. The plan certainly appears replied the Doctor, in his mild and pleasant: ..

, ;, I''; I also'concerned in plundering Henry Company claimed, and ,to restore all the feasible; and, if so,n great revolution. will manner. "Oh, no! Doctor!" said the pa-

t Franklin. lie then procured a warrant plunder; but this/ of course was rejected. take place in this'business. So great, that tient, It is not nonsense-it is a mousea -

from Judge Betts, to empower him to remove (TRANSCRIPT. some other "Yankee" must invent sqme live mouse; he ran down throat when .
I 'them to New Jersey and to have them method for the bones from my
II, ,I new separating I was asleep, with month and I
"\ 1 tried in the v.. 8. Circuit there, and lie Nei: York New the meat, so that.it can be consumed as feel him my open '
to Orleant. about
Short cupom now, creeping my stomach,
in Newark .
lodged them safely goal. rapidly as the market is supplied for I understand -
1 of a'fine : ; and
The harbor to Oh
EI of notice .that .- discovery at. trying gnaw: out. Doctor, do
worthy nearly that the calculates that
Jit is.here
of the Suwanee River'FJorida patentee
the mouth ), I prescribe something quick or shall die.-
,vessels were 'lying in the .
JJawiegat the will make its in
twenty has given rise to many agreeable anticipa- voyage twenty "Prescribe," said the Doctor .'HI!
,River close.to the New.Jersey41t the time in "yes,
North tions the citizens of New Orleans minutes from it is. put motion, prescribe something that will \
among cure in
thatime of Hulahart's arrest; and they all board the boats. So confidant those you
t i. which )Vill/'doubtless soon be realized. By prr tire minute." What is it, Doc tor f-What is
set sail;left. the city' samenig'ht", and the Bulletin we learn.that steam boats from interested, that it will 'be folly tested next its I'll take thing order ". Well
any you ; ,
have not becr heard of s n.ceJ!
N.: Y .
spring.- Mercurpi.Extract ,
New Orleans coastwise, on reaching the 'then dcnr madam, swallow a'cat-if that
The scene of ,the robbery and the residences

,of the pirates, not being within the harbor in question, maysail up the river letter don't cure you, nothing will. (;was effectual.

=jurisdiction of our'police,Huntington next I. through a beautiful country for forty or fifty of a dated.NATCHEZ .-boston'Tranccript, "

applied to O n1t! .u. Wall,.E J. the U. S. : miles From thence a rail road, (the route Jan. 4. '

l District Attorney for'New'Jersey, for 'him" of which was examined by the, distinguished Yesterday was. ,a great day here. IPt\L, Two -young- folks were' lately married-
"f l Gee). Bernard) may! be constructed to 1 -- Cheltenham perfectly I bfmdand.the.bridesmaid :
Issue pTocossagainst the offending ter tho murderer of his
par. wife
", : of the | was acquit. .
the navigable St.
ties: Having' procured these, Huntington from which sources the whole of the Mary'sRiver dan ted and set free, but it was only for a, min who led them, I partially en. Love is

took 'Gen. Darcy, Marshal of'N: Jersey, of Cape Florida and the ute or two.; Perhaps yon may have heard certainly blind in this case, at all events. J

; t along with him-applied to Mr.'SwUlwont'; gerous Gulf,Stream navigation being thus,avoided, we 'of l him before. lie was tried for the murder ; The bride love Mind far her. blind bride

\ tho collector of this port/or.: .tho 'revenue in three coastwise reach may Sa of his wife last year, who he killed .: groom sighs, ,
two dais
Ptoner.1\lert, Capt. Gold-wfaich.wis placed or with lie I Ii And a blind ,bridesmaid the :bridegroom
vannah und Charleston from which latter a negro,: whip. was a planter and gives
under his direction, and he also employed i is worth OX or 90,000 dollars, and gave eyes 1r
the Une of.steamers takes to '
Capt.: Henry Schenck, with his ves- city you Eli Huston, one of our first lawyers, 3000 -
New York-m an average of 70 or 00 hours.
tel,to aid in arresting the robber They To Savannah and indeed to Charleston dollars to get him clear of the gallows. P.TIECIt is said,that in olden tirnt-
? i l sailed from here.and met one of the.pirates, tho route from St. John's river be Yesterday at 3 o'clock! he was set Tree, but before hanging was brought "to its present I
Capt. tlwanlVai"wri&hl,who was coming almost inland and between may the islands the moment he made his appearance out : perfection, it was customary- to give the
New York-in his vessel with a load aide of the Court House : criminal: his choice of
,r to and Ire rail road from Charleston a mob of the a tree on which to \
k of wood. They arrested,him abd proceed to a point coast.on Pim'.ico! sound in North- most respectable citizens of Natchez and I swing; 'Now it happened that a witty, son

r dEl up to the inlet r they surrouhded 'the i Carolina constructed, another inland the surrounding country,laid hold of him, of Erin had been detected in a crime which!
4)CAcli-and HurAington proceeded, to the water route would hem offer, which by the took him out to the edge of the town and brought him to the undesirable alternative ,

tavern of Mr.John.Allen, wen, Thq/old Dismal Swamp, would.conduct directly, to there stripped Mm, gave him one hundred of choosing the tree on which he would be

man 'had made his escape, but, bfJ' arrested I. .No olkfrom whence we take the andffty lashes well 'laid on with ,three suspended, and Pat very judiciously selected

I 1 his three sons,Isaac, John, and Abraham, the to the present Dela- cowhides 'None but gentlemen of gooseberry. It was objected by the
route through Chesapeake
t all pirates; he searched the .and Grandgoods good standing flogged him and officer that it too
which he knew to ., ware River to New York. Almost the L..I.1 __ after they was small. .tint Pat_per ..
hays formed a
'partof whole distance from'New Orleans to New HAD one so until htsback was cut to piece atsted'indeed, your honor, irs rare tree*
the cargo of the James fisher, for he York being thus by steam, and sheltered ?, they got a bartel of tar warmed it and and since Patrick O'Flanagan is nive'r in a

tY.I hail been'on to Philadelphia to obtain the from the sea.Star.CATcluao 'poured it all over him, then laid about two hurry to be hanged, he'll jist wait till 'it

private marks from the merchants! whb .... bushels of feathers on him;after this they grows. "

t ovfqed the goods. He next arrested Reuh 'made him walk through all the streets in -ca.: .. .
"1 r I ben Grant, another tavern keeper en the SIIAD BY STEAM.--When the city followed by about 1000 A

iti r ? teacher whose house he also found goods Solomon' said many hundred years ago, with all the yells and cries of kill him people, whip, OCAL DIRECT REPLY-QfESTf A ferocious AICO fellow AfT TNEQn-, brought
i Ii that were stolen from the James Fisher._ "There is nothing new under the 3un he him &c.
again, All this I was an eyewitness up to the Boston Police for beating'his, wife,
H then crossed the bay to the main shore, could not have'foreseen thai a. portion ofmankind. to. Whilst whipping him of said in who
some a bullying tone to the witness
via arrested Jdseph: and.Thomas Bunnell .so universally known' as the"Yan. the crowd called out for mercy, when one appeared him-".a Irirunkior,
sons of Dr. Bunnel-.tore keeper and farm kees"would continually inventing of :
something our first lawyers rose and said, "hia vile was I sober fell thataowH The
i, nftei this visited the h.oose o f no "new under the and -can ye
er ; ho sun, bring the called for mercy when he -was killing her witness the threatening .
somewhat frightened by
less a person than William Platt I, Esq.) a elements so completely) m subjection to their and he did not bear her." It the intention the stammered out,
Justice of the Peace for. of 'will and to the was tone of prisoner,
purpose pleasure as change order as of the
populace to bare M that drunk
fatten him I don't know was exactly ,
arresting him and his but hid fled well as the "eternal fitness of you
I1 son, they ; things. Man to the river and (put him in : neither stand walk and
a canoe without but could nor ,
ti house Huntington found of has ,been told that he shall live you
injthis the
I by oars,carried him out "
into the middle of the fell down four times ip five minutes.
the that had of the brow but the
property been pandered from "sweat ; "Yankees" river and let him -gf). This did as. .
r tM Gen. Putnam, wrecked here in H 83?, by their ingenuity appear tote seeking out do on account of it they not
having been said 7th 1803
From the May, fa 30.
when goods to the value of $30jOQO\werfl iwajrtif not. counteract this injunction the crowd that there among

t stolen from her. Zeph. J ormion, a,pirate, At least to nuke it as easy as Masible. on the bluff to shoot him.were several What waiting* 1834,emigrated from Liverpool to America tithe .
else will which t +
ii, the employ of the Justice, wu however 'I'eyhapeearnol a name: ) by,their enterprise be done with him J dn 30,607 persons-of 27,486

Crested, Three of the prisoners, Wain-.. tutor daring and their iog auUy\ I, Mer. AM. not kno\'l-N.. y U. State', and the others,. to'the Cana

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*, '-.___.... _' !- II'.- ----,--L. ..( -.--rtC --._. plain The V streams beat upon it-.the God guWi.' :J. New fires are lighting in the West I L ,. I JU ''I{ n 1191" Dr. !'

hc SBtiQtiCrrr.KISYWEST : of nature hurried his ..thundering; against! -and we will go there. I do now (believe 1" 'S OFFICE" 1'- .)
Ji,. ,SOUTH FLORIDA i iI,and yet it stood firm adamant. Revelry that our great'father the President intends'no. January 1835.

).. > was in its halls, the gay, the happy, the harm to the rl1t men,but wishes them The attention of merchants and others f.i* '

"j BAttijtDAY. ,.FEIintTARY M, 1833. young and beautiful were there-I return well. I lie has promised us (homes and hunting -' requested to the ,.subjoinedSections an ;j.1,'
ed,-and lot! the temple was no more! Its' ground in the f ir West, \\'hEro"e: tellsus Act concerning tonnage duty.on'SpaniitkVesselsapproved30th ..; i.
B/ the last mail: i from? Washington, we I bigh"walls lay in scattered ruin! ;moss and that the red men shall bo protected!= June 1834.'_ '. i

learn'Hvith\} much pleasure, that the comm't wild grass grew rankly there ; and at the We will go.Ve leave behind our goodwill W. A. WHITF.HEAD, r

tee oV Commerce in the House of Repregentatives midnight hour the owls1 long cry 'added to to the people of.Alabama, who built "Sec. 1. From and. after the CO'.tICTOA fiw : of- '
have reported a bill, with an the deep solitude. The young and gay .tIo: great house, And to the men who make: March next, Spanish Vessels coming from '

for the erection who had revelled there, had passed aWl)'. I the laws the .,,''and' of Cuba of Porto Rico, either '. I k'
appropriation of'10,000 I saw a child rejoicing in h,a youththe I This.is all I have tq say-I cime to say directly or after Couching at any Port or

of alight house.on: Egmont Islands at,the idol of 'his mother and the pride of lira farewell to the wise' men who make the law, place, shall pay in the ports of the United ;

ontrnncc O of the'North .West passage about father-I returned and that child hnd be and to wish them peace and happineM to', 8'atcs.IU'Ch further'tonnage duty in addition "

from this which in come old. Trembling with the weight of tho country which my forefathers owned i to the tonnage dirty which may be pay : I
|2 .miles. place, ,
or, years, he stood the last of tha generation, and which I now leave to go to other homesin I abfe under any other law as shall' be equivalent 1
all probability, will become a law at the to the amount of discriminating duty l f-
n stranger amidst the desolation around the West. I leave the graves of my fa* that would "
present session. A light house at this im, him.Who thers-but the Indian( fires are going out- goes imported have been the imposed said vessels on the respectively car v.\

pMant pass is of.; the .greatest importance is this! destroyer t said I to my guardian almost clean gone-and new fires are I lighted ,if the same had been exported from, 1 i

to the commerce of the gulf bf Mexico, angel-It is Time, said he. When there t for us. the port of Havana in American bottom il.' -' 1
& tho morning stars sang together, with joy There are two Houses of the men who II Sec. 2.. Before any such vessel ih..H be) x
more especially to vessels drawing not
and over the new world, he,commenced his make the laws-I have already bid farewellto permitted to t.learont or depart from port "f
more than 12 feet water, trading to New of the United States with! a which
course, and when he shall have destroyedwhat tho other House-I now bid farewell to cargo I J

Orleans, Mdbile"Pehsacola, Apalachicola, is beautiful of the earth-plucked tho you, and wish not only you, but all the cither shall be of directly the said or Island indirectly, the destined said vessel to t.

St. Mfffks and Tampa Bay, as a distanceof sun from his tphere-veiled the moon in I people of Alabama, to be happy and pros I shall pay,such further tonnage duty as shall ..tl.tlI

nearly one hundred and fifty miles can blood-yea, when he shall have ,rolled the i parotis. leave you in friendship and good be equivalent to the amount of discriminating t
heavens and the earth away as a scroll then will. I have nothing more to say" duty that would! he payable for the '

fa! saved by ..u8 nl! this channel), besides shall- .. _n an Anoel u from___. the throne______.- of-- God- I When! _Piifnit-wo'o,_ r.>.nn_uo<.li1/t__.wl there! was .a. time being upon. the cargo if imported male "tithe
;oiling the till j in 'passing round the Tor- come forthand with one foot on the sea peal tof applause through rho. 1lousc and port of Havana,in tin <\m tican bottom.

,ffJ 5s, 'where.. within. a few years:: past, a and one on the land, lift up his hand to Gallery. II S.c. 3. No spanish vessel shall he allowed '
to clear out or depart from a of
great number of valuable vessels and car wards Heaven, and swear by Heaven'd Eternal The Speaker replied in a handsome and the United,9tstes with goods port or
any ;warm,
-Time 18, Time was, but Timcthallbe appropriate manner to the addresses of the merchandise destination
have been lost. except upon ,
goes .. no longer. Chief briefly adverting to the cause: of the some port or place in the Island of Cuba of f.

WHAT NEXT. extension of our jurisdiction, and stating Porto Rico, without giving bond ,with approved 0
A Machine Jias; been invented Down TRUST IN LEAVEN. the advantages of a removal to the Indian security in double the value of the'
tribes. After which the members rising vessel and cargo, that the said cargo.or
flast"for catching y>mr< bv'steam. BY MARY ANN BROWN. from their seats as a token of the any part thereof, shall not be landed either I 'I
*. ,MMIHiMMMMAV Trust in heaven! when o'er thy path respect, of the said hlandl-which' bond shall
Chief and his warriors retired. The
As inquiries are in fashion replyof
now-a-days, Clouds and tempests come in wrath; be cancelled on pruducinp the certificate ,
we would agk who is going to be our Representative When thy grief oppressed thee, the Speaker was interpreted to the Chiefby from nn American Consul, that the said',.
When obscured be one of the chiefs,a half breed,by name cargo has been landed elsewhere, bona tide 1 "
: in the Legislature at the next: thy prospects ,
Gray son. and without intention to reship It for
When around thee mists driven a port ;
session As there;is no candidate in the are Indeed, sir, it was an affecting( scene, in one of the slid Island* .. .. It :j }
Heed them not but trust in heaven! t
field, we are almost ready to conclude that and forced upon the minds of tho spectators (nt2-tm) .:

it is forgotten. Recollect, citizens, the Trust in heaven! when morning lifts current of recollections that carries some > !h
thing of a pang to the heart of tho white 8100'
election is to beheld on the first Monday in Up her head' and casts her gifts; man.

May. j) Light and dew upon) the earth, --.....
When she brings the blossom forth, .. ale I
FOR Tlrl1 Qt1mER.: Till shall shine the stars of e\en, APPOINTMENT BY TilE PRESIDENT, ear

Historians of rcspcctabiHly tell us, that For a safeguard trust in heaven! .By and with the advice of the Senate E CAPEO from prison two negroes t 1

communities of every age have suffered t, WYLIE P. CLAUKR, to be Attorney for committed as runaways-WILLIAM > '
Trust in heaven! when there afar JONES it about 5 feet & or 6 inches high .
from tho visitation of some mania, whose tho Southern District of Florida, in,the about 96
Durneth a radiant'ltar I yean of are, commonly wear
violence! arid extent: seemed, justly proportioned Canst thou many doubt,when thus their light place of ADAM GORDON, ):e4. appointed whiskers, speaks quick, and has a pleasing ,_ i

to tile previous sins and peccadillosof Gleams unshadowed through the night; j during, the recess, in the,place of Edward II of countenance CIlhlSTOPllEK,commonly known CM by AMBERS the nam* '

the afflicted. The patricians, under That protection may be given Chandler, resigned. is very stout about 6 feet high, and about ..

Helcogabalus, imitating tho effeminate tyrant To- thy pillowf-trust in heaven! -- ----- ---- 30 years of age speaks slow and is of sr'
die of ;.marine gtUclKgcucc. downcast countenance, is known -by that
,Assessed rage epicureanism ; Trust in heaven! when one by one : name of Chambers, they say they are trW,

Holland, a.few centuries since was unhap The sweet waves of hope glide on, PORT OF KEY WEST and will endeavor' to pass as such-it ,it tup--.

pity afflicted. Jiy.a tulip rage, and during its Leaving thee a wreck at last, posed they will try toget to the Indian nafcx] .
tion Dill has been at Indian river
,u seen
prevalence) these flowers were'sold for immense On the shore whence they have passed,; ARRIVED. and the boat Chambers went offin has beetS c,

sum"!. ''= Of these passions, some Though thy heart is wrung and riven, Feb., ,21-Sell John Dennison, Cole, found to the northward of Cape Florida,oft '' ;
Still forever trust in heaven! Charleston,sundries! to master; 25th Sloop the beach-The above reward will be paid
have :beenVludlcrous and others fearful in .
Fair American,Xcmenez, Havana,sundriesto for their delivery to me at Key West of '
thtir 4fiects; some tending to amuse and Trust in heaven! when from its way master. $50 for either of them .

unite,'and others to harass and divide corn Those thou loyest go astray; Feb.37,SI Eaterprize, Cruion, Havana I* F, DREAKER..
Strive,still strive to win them back, CL ,ARED. Sheriff M. ,C.,. "
munitief. This turns me to the consider I I83S': '
West Jan. t3 .
Key folStfJ :
To straight but thornless track; Feb. 41-Sch Marianita, Caldez, Havana I
ntipn of my subject 'J flatter myself Mr. truth be 24 Sch John Dennison ColeCharles Colonel J'
And that may soon given ; WE are authorised to announce tj
Editor,thatmy.superior, and 'critical acumen Tollwir spirits-trust in heaven! ton, Passengers Messrs. Perry, and Higgingboth27il WILLIAM D. NUTTALL. it ,a. 1

has'cnabled me first, to penetrate the : ; > Sch Black Hawk,Glanders, candidate to represent the Territory tf If"
deceptive mist.which this enshroudsthe Trust in heaven! it shall not fail, St. Marks, sundries, to master, Passengers, Florida.. ,in the 24th. Congress of the Jolted

When the darkest grief prevail; F. Holden, Mr. Fuller. I '
unfortunate in
our community, : i And\,hen death at length shall come, The Brig Natchez, 10 days from N.York I AM LIN V. SNELL, ATTORNEY '

ing fr
er the mildness of climate;or the accidental I Pray that thou rnay'at be forgiven, of this place, who put on board as pas Apalachicola, Florida.H '
concurrence of Turoring 'planets i1 s. .. Place thy dearest hopes in heaven! senger from this place Mr.II. K.ewcomb. an.neeJ'p't\t[
.... are authorized to \ ,
produced this singular and.. general devel- Cbamplaiabtacy OAD8DEN candid- ,
INDIAN!" .\ letter from The Ship 29 days fin as a 0 ;
opement of the passioft, I must submit to POOR Havre bound to Mobile wtitpoken yesterday I ate to represent the Territory of Florid ain
Tuscaloosa, to the editor of the Hunteville off Sand Key by the Pilot boat Mary the !24th Congress of the United State I
the consideration of criticks of the ruder
Democrat dated December! describes __ t
an Elizabeth. Havre papers of the 26th Jan .f* .. ..
sex, for of course, my own delicacy of feel interesting scene which recently took place have been received, too late for extracts. In the Superior Court of the Soother Judicial I:.,:

ing obtrudes a sufficient bar tort' minute an- in the Hall of the House of Representatives District of Florida. 1 ;t
before the Legislature of Alabama. A Richard Roberts, > ,
nylization of the matter: -but' that the I l
large party of the Creek tribe of Indians BOOT A SHOE IVIAHER. 1a. h y
Lonfe ofCreatloare gradually and gent were in Tuscaloosa at that time, on their mu E SUBSCRIBER WOULD IN. 57 Bales of Cotton., pick- In Aimlrslty I

ly divesting themselves of independence of wa to Arkansas, under the conduct of FORM THE CITIZENS OF KEY ednpatsea.. J ;. .J ,

sentiment and action is, to be abundantly Col. Hunter, the agent, and a principal WEST That be has established himself in A lilt persons Interested in the above cue l
Chief of the Nation named Eufawla. The tbe BOOT It SHOE MAKING BUSINESS are hereby notified,that all tbe-re.idu. '
apparent. ; and solicits public patronage. of the money for whieb the above Cotton --i|

Our vanity is always gratified o.b"etbis letter says:- C W. ANDREWS.Feb. was sold by the Marshal of this .District, \\,
A motion made Mr. Jackson
was by 28, 1335 aftertbep.ym.ntofhisalvsgesndezpea* I
noblest work of God" sighing and pray- invite the Chief and his warriors within'theBar sea in said cause,baa been paid into the Re i i,"

ing t.Ur feet, and wingwith all sorts of the House; agreed unanimously.Mr. .-' gistrr of tbe Court'where it will remain: f"'
.Jackson was then instructed to NOTICE.-AU persons having demands for nine months unless sooner claimed by i
of curious denunciations do himself conveythe
to invitation of the House. The Chief I of Alexander Hamilton tbe person or pe raons'entltled to the asm.,. !
some mortal injury if we do not view his I Day, are boreby required .:.present or ors or their legally authorized Ir.eat. i
and his warriors were then conducted in and '
them without delayand all persons indebted A. If. DAY/li. 1
protestations with condescension; but the seated themselves in chairs arranged around j ji 1
to said estate are requested to make immediate By H. K. NEWCQMIi DC. ,
very fairest of iny'seair} lier'most etberial 1 'the Hall below the lower tier of desks.. I payment II. K. NEWCOMB; [o11mOm11 ] "

and castle-building moments, could never' Eufawla then addressed the House from I KeyW..tJaD..5. 1835'[olMwJ Ad'mr. '
his seat in substance pretty much as followshe / II C SUBSCRIBER respectfully la* I) )
anticipate such a triumphant manifestationof spoke in the Creek language, which WEEKS after date I shall apply to I. forms hit friends and the public that ,
the woman the SIX he is prepared to do all kind of JOB PRIN !
superiority cs present vas interpreted from time to time as he Honorable the Judge of the county ;.I

general homage at her shrine indicates. proceeded by Col. Hunter. The effect up. court for Monroe county, for letters of, TING.merit liberal He hopes byattentioa'tobusineajto .' .' '
And'yet these talk the House and solemn and administration on the estate of II. S. Wa patronage.. I :
creatures quite naturally on gallery was terhousedec'd. JACOB J. ATKfKSON, J. I .h
on most subjects, and from appearance one interesting. The tear started in more eyes Feb.5,1835.o186w3TILE Key West Nov.1. ,i f
than one. The Chief is an Indian of-fin*,
can hardly suspect any disorder bf mind,
his his Ao\tt\
aspect -
appearance grave
or predomioanco-of.tho lump lovingness. low and subdued-bis words ,IolIe Subscriber would inform his friends JOHN 'GEORGE ZIRIAX,

Breakfasting- one of the afflicted a few proceeded. tie public, that be is prepared to
attend t 'any business that be entrust'ed the publlo that he has opened
mornings ago, observed him Jo be singularly MI come,brothers,to see tile House;. I to fell care in tbe may INFORMS ESTABLISHMENT la ., ,

absent and uncouscious,and on observing of Alabama and the men tha\. mike She AUCTION AND COMMISSION LINE, this city wherf the basinets carried on in ,, ;.

to .. coffee Is cold sir" his laws and to tell them farewell:I in brotherly,, His office b up stairs in Mr. F.A. Browne's ; tufts various 6rai eb... Bread, Cake of; ir
fcfy your ; ,. I kindness before I go to the far West where Ware-House, where bemay at all times be every description Navy and Pilot>> Brta4tic. .
she'. cold and Lc. cODlcotl OQ band ( sh,
startling reply was, yes I my people are now going.I found. are kept / r
chaste as the icicle'that's crusted from the did think at one time that the white men He take. this opportunity of rendering by the iub erib' r. -

frost of purest snow, that hangs; on Dian'd wanted to oppress my people and drive them thanks for past favors, and hopes, by uore.mittins Key West, Nov. 15, ('tl3 .

from their homes by compelling them to attention to businewf'to merit; %

Temple. .obey! laws that tbe did nor und tandrut oootiouaace'of. public patronage. :
No more at present from ; : ': JOS. A. THOURON. Job printing
v \ I have now become gaUified hat they.
e It34.
Yours ( a8-tq ...
reopec tuUyBEACTi7CL /;/are not unfriendly towards us, but that they FXECUTED AT TlUil'OFFICE,

o wish us well. In these lands of Alabama, 'UE are authorized foannouAct Colonel 4-

EXTRACT-Tixx.-I saw a which have been my forefather'*,wfiere their TT. JOSEPH H. WHITE: as a candid BLANK BILLS' OP LADING NEA"

!temple reared by the hands of men, stand. bones lie buried, 1 see that the Indian fires ate to teprcMQt( the Territory of Florida LY PRINTEDAND FOR SAW. .:'

ing with its hip pinnacle in the distant are going out\they must coon> .be eztin in tb Z4tb Ooogress of the Uojte4Ststes. ,, AT THIS OFFICE.I f



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I .ase..ss+sa.rrr.w[' History has preserved I,no facts by which but 'make remarks -.z;:
and in various bribery our devoid
From tho National Gazette. we can at this day ascertain the reason, why' IV. Travels world.V. Voyages ; fcarorflhe; hope of favof. The drama shall of

Extract; from& the life,m ire 80n ofBcncJJ. Miss M'lWa should 'remain :1S e11c-=did in. parts. of Liel the,,descriptions of the curiosities not he altogether neglected, but rcceiveiu} I

*-; Ayiold by J< She had been reminded of her danger by countries. sod will command a share of attention.
',2 MBS' .M'RzA.-The States, and iq other
, 'br *
the people at tho fort. Tradition relates, objects that.dai11 1tJf- The work is embellished occasionally
: VI. Lessons on "itb
1 ,
of Jan6 M'Rea hxg been ti theme, in the
murder best
; aliko however, and with seeming truth, that: tliruc round children in the parlor, nursery, gar- engravings executed manner.an**
1'" .which et quencc'arid sensibility have medium of communication sEe had den.&c, Accounts of trades and employments music accompaniments for the f'iano
some .
, and which has kindled Forte flute & The terms, to
e'drifributad. to dignify ad trice 0. city 8ubftcrihers .
his _
promised her' lovcf probabljr by '
in many a breast. the emotions -of a to'tcmain'tn this until: the approach:I '1 VII. Particular duties of the'young ; to one dollar and fifty cents, in ad.van'cetJr *

'. responsive( > I'):rtnpatlly. General Gates1 do- British plat should, afford lief art parents, teachers!, brothers, sisters, &c two dollarsrat the end of six month,
of the subscribers
our will
troops As be
I letter although VIII. Dible lessons and stories. country taxed
} 'Scwap: l m,In his toBurgoync,
to iofn him In company withher on their we shall
opportunity postage papers
; mom than forcible and abounding Narratives such well authenticated but
ornate IX. ; as are
It it said they if paid in advance
friend. dollar always
hostess :ahd one
I ; otherwise
I i more in bad tasfa than simplicity or pathos, lit first and .attempted to original tales they will be charged the usual subscrin"

I i was edited to the feelings of the moment, were but frightened the Indians made signs of X. Parables, fables,and proverbs, where lion. These regulations-will be strictly
impression in escape; ,as the morals is obvious and excellent. '
I and produced a every intention and of them held adhered to., .
, a'! part of America; and the glowing language pacific that one it to be opened up XI. Poetry ; adapted to the youthful capacity No subscriptions received at a distance
letter was ,
of"Burke, in one of his most celebrated a intimating the letter was and feelings. (except from agents,) nnlessccomplnied
calmed and
f speeches in the'British Parliament, made I their fears were XII. Intelligence ; embracing accounts with the payment for one year in advar.c"

,I 'the story of :Jane M'Crea familiar to the read( : It was from Jonei, and contained a of Juvenile books, societies, andremarka- An edition of the paper is published at P.a '

world. request that they would put themselves ble occurrences. Bridgewater, Mass where all communica

fr, European- the of tinder the charge of the Indians, whom he Macy of these subjects will be illustratedby tions.&e. must be addressed to George II.

'This7oung lady'was daughter a had sent for the purpose, and who would numerous and beautiful engravings, prepared Brownpost paid, or they will remain dead
Clergyman, who died in New Jersey before I the best artists and selected with .We
guard them in safety to the British camp. by in the office. are obliged to adopt this
the Revolution. Upon her father' death view not to adorn the work but toimprove rule IIa1
( I Unfortunately two separate parties of Indians a only as our postage become a heavy tax
! she sodght.. home' in the house of'her least two chiefs independently the taste, cUltivato| the mind, and upon us.
" I brother; a respectable gentleman residing or of each other had united acting in this -* raise the affections of the youth to appropriate 03-: The next volume of the Amaranth
:the western bank of lIudso 's River and worthy objects. We would issued
will be .
on weekly, $4 per annum of
I' combining!: with it an attack of make them better children,better brothers, th/ <'
about four : below Fort Edward. Here size and style of the Ncw-VorttJ\Jirrorant!
she formed an intimacy with a tliepicket guard. It is incredible'that better sisters, better pupils better associates those of subscribers whowish to
young Jones should have known this of the and in the end better l\\e
part the will please,
named David Jones to whom it was une'erstOod' paper, notify us before ,
i 0
arrangement or he would have foreseen the We beg the ftienda of education, espe expiration of the volume senii-montlilv"'

i she was engaged to be married.- danger it threatened. When' the prize was cially parents and teachers, to view the edition will also be continued as usual
When the broke out Jones took the ,at
war in this
matter light. Let children look upon
in their hands, the two chiefs .quarrelled $1,50.
r aide of tho royalists, went to Canada, received the pictures, not as :pictures merely ;
Q mode of reward
about dividingthe theywere'to but let them be 03-: Our exchange Ifst'has:
a commission, and was a captain or taught to study them. What increased u
,. lieutenant among the provincials in Burgoyne's receive; and,according to the Indian can be more rich valuable materials for instructive such an extent, that we arc obliged to erases

rule 6f settling disputes in the case of lessons than a good engraving? I many valuable papers from our list, and ,
t army. of them in. wild fit of After tin's much! against our inclination
situate: the captives,one a pas briefexplanation of our princi ; to
Fort Edward was on eastern
: of Hudson's River sion killed the victim and secured the scalp. pies and purposes we ask tho co-opcratioo I those who have,-and*,tilltoTjtinueto pub.
margin within a few Nevis it tho'least shocking feature of the of nil -vlio receive this circular. Will you lish our prospectus, we shall feel in dnty

,, yards of the water, and surrounded by a transaction, that the seemed not aid us by yotirinfluence/ in this great ,vork.I I bound, to extend towards them the hand rf .
plain of considerable extent, which was savage the formation of mind and character for the /cllowship.
cleared of and aware of the nature of his mission. 'Un Nov. lit 1834.BRUCES .
wood cultivated. On the rising generation1 Will jou assist us all in
road leadmgtthe and informed as to the motive a of his'cmployer in endeavors to introduce
north, near the Toot your power, our
,y of the hill About one third of a mile fromtheforrf for obtaining tho person df the lady, or not I ,to American schools, parlors, and firesides NE'.V YORK TYPE FOUN.

stood ,a- house occupied by"Mrs. comprehending it, he regarded her in the I the stories and lessons of Parley'6l\fngazinc1 The subscribers respectfully

M'Neill, a widow lady an,acquaintance of light of a prisoner, and supposed the scalp I Every single number of the new volume inform the printers, that they have recently

Miss M'Crea, with whom she would be an acceptable trophy. Let it be will ave a strong papei cover, abundantly completed a variety of new fonts of letter

visitor the time the American was staying imagined what were the feelings of the 'sufficient to preserve the work in good order in the style of the latest European speci
as a
% army anxious lover with for bio'diDg'-and for use'in schools. mens, well calculated for ornamental prm.
waiting' joyful anticipation -
was in' that'neighborhood. The Aide oft the arrival of his intended bride when The yearly subscription being one dollar ting; or sastcfu it! display, and mlkinglU assortment -
t tho hill was covered with growth of buSh- pup friends will perceive the impracticabil of Printing Types unrivalled in

I, cs> and on its top a quarter of a mile from this appalling, proof of her death was pre ity of keeping open so many thousand ac beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens

tho house, stood a large pine tree, near the sented to him. The innocent had sufferedby counts. It is therefore indispensable that may be obtained at the Foundry

root of which gushed out a perennial spring the hand of cruelty and violence, whichhe we should require payment. always in ad No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st.

of water. A guard of one hundred men had unconsciously armed ; his most vance. It contains specimens from Twelve LinePica

had been 'left at the fort, and a picket under fondly cherished hopes were blasted, and a Two numbers more will close the first I to I.carl-comprising'

t Lieutenant Van Vechfen was stationed sting was planted in his soul, which time year, and we now give.notice that all who .46 forms of Roman Caps. with I. casp.: !!

'_... .___1_ __ .L LII .-.!...._ _.ink and for tfulness could nevcrer:1dil'.at. ....._ ,desire.to.continue the Magazinemay sigiu- I 35 do Italic 'do do
lire \nnjo UII tuv 'IUU u jittiu wjrotlU the His w scathed -- ---- ( Tr their intentions by a seasonable advance 5 do title Roman do do
spirit was and his heart broken.
pine tree. for the second "
j ear. 5 do title Italic do d.
Early one morning this picket guard was Ho lived butm'Tew years, a'prey to his sad If any of the subscribers should not receive 5 do al'd Roman du t,,'I,

attacked' by a party of'Indians, rushing recollections,and sunk into the_grave under ,all their numbers, they can requestthe 17 do Antique do" doe

through the woods from different points at the burden of his grief. post master to notify us of such as ar 12 do Black do do

l/ the same moment, and,-rending the air I The remembrance of this melancholy missing, and thoy shall.be sent again,free of 5 do Open Black do' do :

1, with hideous yells. Lieutenant Van Vech- tale is still cherished with a lively sympathy charge 'I do Script do do

ten and five others were killed and scalped by.the people who dwell near tho'scene of Ten copies free of postage. '* 5 do Gcrm'n Tcxtdo do
its incidents. 25 do Two Pne rom'n with *
principal The inhabitants caps fig
and four wounded. of
were Samuel
blandish Q::7"To accommodate Ilss >c ationsscllools 11 do Two lines Italic
one of the guard whose the village of Fort Edward have lately removed 'individuals for the distribution capitals.
post was near we will ,10 do Su'd: Caps. various kinds.
the pine,tree discharged his musket at the the remains of Miss M'Crea from ,. deliver at any post office 'in' the United 6 do Open do doe *?,

first Indian he saw, and ran down the hill I their obscure resting place, And deposited States, free of postage, ten copies to on 7 do Italic capitals and figures.

towards the fort;,, bathe had ,no sooner I them in the public hurial- mlmd. The address for ten dollars remitted to us with 1 Besides ornamental letters, backstops,

reached the plain, than three Indians, who ceremony was solemn and impressive. A out Boston cost. LILLY, WAIT & CO. music,lottery figures piece. fractions: superiors
I procession of and maidens followed Feb. 15. astr norriical and othersigns
had pursued him to cut off his retreat, young men space
darted out of the bushes, firs and wounded the relics, and wept in silence when PROSPECTUSOP rules, brass roles, ornamental dashes long

him in the foot. One oC'them the earth was again closed over them, thus TliEAMARANTH braces, more than two hundred kinds of

upon) him;'threw him to the ground,pinion-sprang exhibiting an honorable proof of sensibility and borders ornaments, and more lor Ian 1000 kinds of cuts
school books ..
eihis and then arid of for the dead. The' little A newspd -
arms, pushed him violently respect Semi-monthly Journal Literature an pcrs and scientific works; orders for of
+ forward up tho hill. He naturally made fountain still pours out its: clear waters near I the Arts. which or composing sticks, cases, chases sty ,

as much haste as ha could, and in a short the brow of She:hill, and the venerable pine D. Brown, 6'. II. Brown, Editors. M. will be c xpcctcd with the utmosVWomptitiido.a -

I time they came to the spring, where several is yet standing in its ancient majesty, broken More than two years have elapsed since large stock being always on hand.

Indians were assembled. at the top and shorn of its branches, by the commencement of the Amaranth, and They will also execute orders for printing

here Blandish was left to himself at a the winds and storms of hilt a century, during that period it has received a steady the presses, ink, &c..which.t hey will. furnish at

little.distahcGf.rom tho spring and the pine but revered as marking the spot where youth increase of' 'patronage. To be in fault i is Printers manufacturers prices.

i tree, expecting-every moment to share ,the and innocence were sacrificed in the tragi the common lot of humanity, and we makeno hsli tins newspapers will please pub.
I fate of his comrades, whose cal ,death of Jane M'Crea. pi etencc of an exemption from the charge I thisnote)three
scalps were times sending
i a it the
however,our intentions arc to have as few paper containing to
r. conspicuously displayed. A few minutes Foundry, and
errors possible, while we endeavor that I receive payment when they
i only had elapsed, when'oho-saw a small party onr productions shall be purchase tour times the amount of their bills
acceptable to
tt ; of Indians ascending rho hill, and with PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. readers, and approved by the community our from the Factory.
them Mrs. M'Neill and Miss M'Crea on Circular to Parents,Teachers,School Com- general. The Amaranth takes no part in GEORGE BRUGES Co.

foot 'Ho I kne"\v them both, having often mittees, and all who feel an interest in the toe discussien of religion or politics andioadhering New York. V
r been at Mrs. APNeil'ahouse.. The party tWT it not youth. to tins rule,we have excluded many (} -Orders fortbe above Foundry wit be

i had hardly joined the-other Indians,. when A tine was quite commenced a year since,during Parley'that Mag abort articles from its columns The same regulation attended to immediately if sent to

Ii 'perceiveq much agitation among them, period the number of subscribers have increased and will be continued, although egancepower A. E. MILLER.No. .
high worth, and violent to poignancy may sometimes receive 4 Broad-st. Charleston S. C.
fill and
t gestures, at 20,000, the work has received a denial. The ,work is
f length they engaged in a furious quarrel, every where, :the most unqualified ap established, although at its permanently
and beat one another .vith their probation. It has found Its to thousands !
muskets. way there were probably those who the Superior Court of the Sojthcrn Judicial
; In the midst of this of families, and while it has entered I
fray, one of the chiefs, presaged its duration to be but like Jonah'sgourd. District of Florida. $r
the social
circle its ,
1 unobtrusive
apparently; in a paroxysm of rage, shot have we trust, often had lesions It has been patronised by those Richard Roberts, J
; a influence
Miss M'Rea in the salutary whom we should feel
i breast She instantly on the juvenile mind proud to name, were vs. f )
fell and expired.: Her'hairwas long and. has-also':fcnmd'.its way to the school heart.room It we permitted.and and of whose continued kind 57 Bales of Cotton, pick- f In' Admiralty
; ness attention
flowing. The same ,chief grasped it in his and maojpclasjes of pupils have been cheered The columns we have assurance. cd up at sea. )
of the A l.L
hand, Kited his knife, and took off the twice month by the welcome voice o f Amaranth embrace persons interested in the above case
original tales
' S
the whole of the hair? tI CQ-pooging"from few days, the class book which they have we intend writers, and money for which the above Cotton
read to pay for such articles was sold by the Marshal of this District,
the ground tossed itin the face or. over over, perhaps twenty times as shall be
young and read the acceptable, from those whose after the payment of the salvage and
-Warrior, who stood neat hilt watching the pages of Parley's Magazine. ''communications will add interest to tuft in said cauie.llu__ k<.,...._. : .:.4 :_... .6.expeo-p.,
The demand for the work to be used in _A..1_ _..._._.. ..* _ .- --- anynwn6a n -- "-" '" ....u ..._ .. -
r operation,brandished it in the,air, and u\. schools, is rapidly-increasing. WU. MU arc aware il will put US gwtry of the Court where it will remain
.t toted> a -veil of savage exultation. When Encouraged by such to much expense, but we are resolved to do fortune months, unless sooner claimed by
this ryas done the unexampled success, every thing in our power to render the work the person or
quarrel ceased and is" 'the publishen have resolved to reader it persons entitled to the same,
; ,
k thft-fort had.already been alarmed, the Inditns.hurried -, still more worthy of so liberal a patronage; to worthy receive a liberal the support and the only way or his or their legally authorized agent.A. .
and not to-remit their encouragement of the public II. DAY C'lk.
away as quickly M possible exertions till they see U to fir well
i it introduced pay written articles. We make By II. K. NEW D. C
tot g ienI ,Fraser encampment on' the into families and schools, pretensions to COMB, ,
} a superiority [ollmOm
road .to Fort Anne,taking:with them Mrs 'the throughout United the States.In whole. length and breadth of literary works ; we have no hired over editors other .]

M'Neil and Samuel Standish this view to puff us ioto notice,nor do we send forth a SUBSCRIBER in
they have: secured aid TH respectfully
: The bodies of the alain wens found by aP&rty in the editorial department. The new late editor long-winded prospectus,to trumpet our own his friends and the public, that

,that,went in pursuit,and were carried of the Juvenile Rambler, who jn addi do literary all consequence and promising to out he it prepared to do all kinds of JOB PRINrlNG. -

across'the river. They had been stripped tion to his qualifications as a writer for the itself others aid No,our jou roal can speak for lie hopes by attention t }usiDes"
of their has we wish for no one to to merit a liberal .
f clothing and the body -of-fliiss young the advantage of many yean ex unless he thinks it subscribe patronage.J.
flrCrea perience as teacher will deserving of patron e-. ATKINSON.
was wounded-in nine places;either henceforth a*. Nothing is admitted
bv silt in ooaducUog it. into the paperwkicb Key West, Nov. I.
aL-scalping knife or a tomahawk, A does not
possess ,
. W. merit album -
' nkssenger proper to present in the .t poetry (!)
WMndespatched to .the progress communications
cwivey such volume
,a upon dry and hackoiea
great of
atBictiD, lAtelligence ,to bet brother whq important topics, among variety which interesting subjects, unless of the very first order are 'JOHN GEORGE ZI IAX.
are the fol
arrived BOOB afterwards entirely excluded. The ,
took charge of his lowing selections are made
sisters remaia'l!', and had them interred I. Natural History of" from the very beet Foreign and American BAKING public that he has openeda
OB t beasts birds, fish.
Periodical,with ESTABLISHMEN: ; T in
thflttwtfidaof Iho riwauout" |iea;reptiles'insecb which the Editors
three-miles :the plaats"ltowen, .trees, supplied, and are regularly this city where the business i;urried on in
i Wow ,the foru The body *>r Ueuteaant | human frame,fee. every thing of interest ( *
Ili and importance will have. tall its various '' ncJleS. Bread, Cakes of
I Biography a place in its '
Yaa enchten cot
was buried j
at thesamo"tiino lpeci&UltortbeouDr.
umns. In ? description Bread.
noticing every Navy and Pilot
and on the same spot. u. > -..- I i news III., customs Geography t. j accounts* ..of places,,man'- have, and shall continue new lo publications take indepen, we &c. ic. are keptcoostnntly'on hands fresh ,
l '
dent coon; w. shtll Oft b. governed by by the subscriber '" "

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