Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
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March 14, 1835
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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LARS AnvERTISEME.KTatJos per annum at the rate of f \he doctrine of the'!rS ate of Rfghts 1:1"

Cents. fo* 'Party of Georgia>as set forth intho.1'frgio \ '. :!
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One ia and Kentucky ResoTutions '
first fiiiettionandW46vehty-E& 't'.cnt, .:NQ.I. of t7p' *.g9- 1I
the each subsequent cODt nth nco;, AH.Adf .. rid.wjifch I were.o triumphantly maintained \
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rcrtisementswilUHS>> continued Until other ,7i f1
rig considered.lew and,her'tby) assist in petpetuatfog the irtesttmable -' II,
wise ,ordered:. None ,:will j .. L ; -:. ,'
blessings we enjoy under our 'pres. \1 t
than subscription a square. trill be. discontinrtedHunless'attbe hft t b. nub t:1tttJlfnht11: t b)! E. : thfutioit.V .. cat 'form"'Of' government, and which are

No : option-ofthc Editor,.'until, all _' ...4..b.L "L, ___ guaranteed dhto us,so long as each depart j 1' ':

arrears are fcaid.. ... :> .' .' "_L .1. KKYWEST. SATURDAY, SlAllCH 14,1 i93b. NO.,22.: meut'sphere of of liens"action.kept, r We within" afp In its favor legitimate of a \',:" : "
letters" to'lhe' Editor, on business, '
All : strict t
constriScUonttf' '
"v'' lib Luntitutfoii-apt ;
f must- bo'Post Paid. ., ,. assessed! by a}jury, and shall 'moiooyor bo l Small fonts>> ,' suitable ,( .'n bk-binders, opposed tfe all systems which hate for, their ,
"- '. ---- liable to suit on behalf orari)'partj aggrier II in great variety, may' be,."had.when called! object the taxing of ttio many forte bene : -
For the information of Mariners generally; ed the bond hereinbefore ,f6r. ; ." :. fit of, few
: ,on so as provided thq orof l larinjf restrictions jinou a
thefollowing .
we havo procured.froni.tho Collector, to be executed by'..him.f ., : Oidcrs from all partaof.thoUnion will bo: ,Commerce or domestic industry...and'shall .1
of the
schedule of the! situation Florida;shore :' Sec.,4., He it fnrther enacted,That if any. I promptly and, most carefully.attended to, resist' all .encroachments bbe'; Federal I I":,, '
Light Houses along the person except such as may hayo been appointed : ''and particularly -supplying SORTS for all Government! on the rights of the States and I '
rlnteDcC. .J '
under his 8 p : as foreoaid.-and have complied witla, fonts furnished, by their'predecessorsBinny the liberties Of the.People. Cut whilst we "
CAPE FLORID' 'LIGHT,-Stationary'Biscayne .- allthcconditibns specified in the second section & Ronaldson, and Richard Ronaldson, thus express oiiRprcfctence for: the princf

.Situated'on theSouth', from side-.of the .beach.Key -. of this'act,shall charge any compen' .a1 -:: Stereotyping id all its branches,'executedby I pies of the State Rights, Party )if,Georgia*,, \
; about 400 yards for services he bo. L. Johnson, as heretofore we shall that
above 1 I,tiqn : may perform as pilot, support ,party only lo.lonr'u ,
The Light may.boconsidered70 feet shall be doomed guilty of high misdemeanor,, JOHNSON & SMITH. they adhere to those principles,-our motto :

thelevel of the' sea, distant from, 'the 'gulfliream ,10 and conviction thereof, shall be fined in, No. C, George Philadelphia, 1833.. being emphatically\ M Principles, not,men/' ':MH
miles'Vtse1 drawing
abou\*' miles of sum not exceeding! treble :thC amount"of ( "Publishers ofNcwspapora insert and our .ambition' !< to do .and sustain right. i
within be
feet may approach. 2 1-2 f '.compensationa received by him to be asses* this 'advertisement, and f9rw&rd a ,:paper As,we e.riIIHrtkJnr the Mtrcury a.vehicle I i :?:
'liirht- Lat. 5 41' N FLORID\-h-Long't 80 42 situated W. sed by jury ;. provided that_ 'this act shall containing It to J'. k S. will bef entitled, to- of generaUnforpiation,to,all classes ort > J': '

LIGIIT,8HIP site of the1 not be held .extend to tie master.o .mar*, ,$3,payable in 'settlement-of their accounts ecmmiipitywg shall at all times endeavor :
on Carysford's Reef; Dear- the 'Incr' or any licensed wrecking vessel, ,on when their bill amount to,not less than$10. to present tb our patrons. regardless;:of labor ., "
old one,in Lai 55. 08+< N.* -Long. 80S? W. he Florid a Rcefon board of any.such'wrecking .' J. &' 8. or expense,,the latest Commercial and ..".. 'J.t
It is easily distinguished, as two distinct be'leen :: resseloron! board of any ves?elwhich ,Political. Intelligence, ,bqth Foreign ,and l' f

lights are sbbwni\wl ich, .can'generally Its ob has been cast, away, unices ,?uch vessel: JtESPECTFULLY'informthe: HAGAR, ''Domestic.i ." a. great ,a"variety of Li;- ; '
gt the distance: of 12 miles.' so east away has been spoken by a tegular i ; Printers erary'Miscellaneous matter as our Urn I, \ \
ject is to worn veasels'fro'rii; the' dangerous. .pilot, at least six miles. from'the light .house of the United States, to whom they have its will permit" Our columns will ''remain 'I\11.\
rocks and shoals near which it' placed. been known established 'to the discussion I j
the on the Island of Key Wcat. long individually as 'open temperate of any '
KEY' WEST 'LIGHT, -Stands' 'on Sec.'5. Be it f..rlhor'e"riac.ted. .That, all t Letter Founders, that they hare now:form*, subject connected'with' the public gdod'ex'r'I j'/t "
8. West Point bf the Island of Key West, 'suits and;,prosecutions provided 'for in this I;' ,ed a'co-partnerihip, in said business,,and c\udiogaU: 'scurrillitr' and'personal spleen' t rli's
is in Lat* 2483 1-2 N.Long.81,62, 1-2 .act,IbA.Ubo had in the Superior Court of hope from their United skill and experienceto .. In fine,whatever will be productive ohpe. I '

W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding, vessels 'I I .the' County"aforesaid i ,(of before ,the,Judge. be able to'give full satisfaction' 'to all,who dily rendering beneficial tho varied natural f//'"'
when entering the harbor {' the ,di/ec- thereof Chamber.' may favor them with'ord ". advantages,of bur:,.State. elevating the com* : ,
tions'for! which r'are'las t lIn,i. Bring-! the", Sec 0.. Bo it further enacted, That the The introduction of machinery in 'place ,menial character of: ,our ,city, or "meliora, '
light to b'ear'N.: N. W. and the'Sand Key I I /ollowioj ea and rates of pilotage be allow. of the tedious.and unhealthy practice of ting,, the moral' social and political condition ,, '

Light co'bear \V.'B: W.'and'you cross the ,: I :,ed.tq each and pilot, first for piloting 'every casting type by hand. Tonga desideratum by of our people,will meet with our ardent, .. \
in about bfathomrwstef$ run rot,Key, and American'Founders and humble 11'
Beer conducting 'a ship or vessel in or out, the Eurepean ,was, support.CONDITIONS. \
West Light) until within' two miles; then I r''ore: zany part of the Florida Pecf.< Secondly by American ingenuity, and a heavy expen.' t .
steer,,N.,>V. until you open Fleefing'aKeywbich i ,from any part 'bf the said Reef(o'the port diture of timo and money,on t part of our The Sarannah Mercury will be published! i i, '\
is Mangrove Island in the, north of Key :West,or to Indian Ke J.or: thirdly! l senior partner,first,successfully,ac omptisbed. daily throughout the'year, on a super royal : ; ,
ern part of,the,harbor, and;thenrun: fort : through'either of the channels leading into .. Extensive use'of the machine cast letter sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum payable .
The belt anchorage: is in'the upper part bf tho port :onharborof Key West 'aforesaid, hulnf7testedand: established',its superiority -annually in advance. J' 1"IOmi. h i ,l

the harbor' ; Height of thoLight ,House to.'!it. .for every foot bf water which: such in,every;particular, over, that cast Tho Mercury for'the country will bopubt i I 1
from the level of the sVav;'03 feet 6, inches.. ship or"ressel may draw, the turn of two dollars by'the old process. liihed to meettbelurran ementoftfiemaiise ;h "
Light Stationary' : i and for everyday for which such pilot The Letter Foundry business will here. three,times'a the,office of,the Sarannah ? \J' f
r SAND; KEY;,LIGHT+ne'o1ving"once after carried ,the' 'before 'bo all r
may bo detained or employed on board inch .bo on by patties: Menuryhnd'ail' sent to .n., i
in,54 seconds... ;It: is the best light, on,the ship,or vessel?' the"furthor.sum of two" dollars. 'named under the firm of White,Ilagar:fico._ parts of the Union,delivered it the City, \ ... "
coast ;..S... \V. l .t. 24 2G, N-.Long* ,81.67 W-, situateddirectly Sec. 7. BeitfirthercnactedThatevery froniDiamond to 14 lines'Pica. The' Bookand ,or Five, at the expiration,of sia '
on.'..the Reef. The Light 70 feet. vessel bound either to Indian Key or" to'Key News lype''being in the most modern months It will contain all therIntelligence* .

above, the sea. :West'except a licensed :wrecking_ vessel, light'and,style. Commercisr, Political, Literary and "Miscellsneou'inclriding ,
TO RTUOASI'LWHT-Stationary-on\ and refuting to receive a, :pilot on board, _'_White; Ilagar: & Co.. arc agents' for..the, advertisements' ;;,'pub' ,
one of the Drr: Tortngas" Islands, near the shall, spoken by said pilot six .miles:Respectively sale or:the Smith and Rust Printing,Tresses fished In the dailv caper." 4Adrertisements'wUl .
I western extremity,.of.the Beef, in Lat. 24 from Indian Key aforesaid, or ,'which'they can furnish to their cutom.' b'e"conspicuously in* i; : ,

31 N_Long.:83" lO Wv: : ryIaitT from the said.Light House on the Island of en at manufacturer's prices. Chases,. erted in both, papers,at 75 cents per square. :; 1:1
'H KCT West,be nerertheless.and; it is hereby Cases, Composition Sticks,' Ink and'every of fourteen lines,,for the firstineerttoaandthirtysoven :
: IitU9F: AT 'TH..11SOUT'II' OF- made subject pay rail rates pilotage,as article,used in the Printing'Business; ;kept and a half cents,for each'sue* \ s\ ;,
:ST;JOHN'S IJiVER .though such pilot had been taken ori .board for sale, and furnished on ,the shortest n<,. ceeding publication., .\ \1J..\'
ewhgLt. house has, recently been but if not spoken more than three miles re= tine; Old type;taken in exchange 'for new* All communications by"' mail.? must bf. : 1
.x-rected at the mouth'bf,the,St.: John's RI!- pectirely JJ Iromtlaeaboyementlonedpbaces; at 0'cents per pound., ? pod paicl. ...a- ,I
er,E. F. which'was illumined, for: the,first then,and in case of such refusal RS aforesaid "!\,!. p.:NewspaperPrpprieiors ario' give (iIIL"AP,VALUAnL1r,4NDIltTBIUCa77SO 1 WOral1: I J

time, oa the.18th Deci'last. he shall be liable to pay'half ,pilotage;,and the above three insertions; entitled, The Family FAytician GoirttcofUtu: ,; \,.
hire been politely furnished, by an to Fire Dollars in lch'ar'ticles.i they may '
intelligent\ shipmaster, with, the following no See more.8. Be it farther 'en cted,1.bat" select from our specimen. j man Life": t i"Befog y 4 .
% ; Library-of Health and t\ '
a ;.
directions and bearings 'and New York, 1833. Hygenie. f
; j
fees shall be demandablo for piloting and of Popular and General Medical '
"Bring; the.light bouse to tear S. by W. conducting reseelif the same be spoken \ Knowledge, rendered: familiar .to ; I

half four" fathoms waterand make'for at less distance than three miles from the PROPOSALSFOR individual t embracing every subject evel7lw connected ., I #tt
it. This will carr;.Ii vcssetdrawing 0 or Indian Key
Jigbrhol1le.afofesaidorJrom with the prevention treatment ,
9 ? et safely in at high water. Continue shall not beheld ,
provided,that this sectlcn and cure of diseasestlie: qualities- '01' .' r1
have 4 '
pour" course for the light until you the extend to any vessel going or coming! A; NEW3PAE1BRTo medicines their:,) good and ill 'effects setthealthtbefngredleotaofaeretnorpat"| 'i
fathoms, and haul up N. W.:by"W. for through the northwest passage of tho harbor ,
mouth of the river. If.the large house on of Key West when spoken at the distance .? EretLTDTHE: ant medlcyjesr-the i \ principles of eating /1,, ;

the starboard side of the river-can' bo seen of two miles and a half from said light KEY WEST ENQUIRER: and drinking, or eating 'and drinking, + ?;
over the north point of the beach, bring to house. to live-domestlo cookery.;-chem stry-- ;
bear,S. W. by W half W,and run for it un- Sec 0? Be it further enacted, That in and a great variety of curious valuable .Ii.b i'I'
til you get the above bearing of the light the event of any master of a ressel refusingto THE UNDERSIGNED' beg.lee re and interesting .......Iodrei.rthd/P..t.
then fun for it'as abore directed and you I the amountoffees to offer prepositions ,
pay any pilot for his services '' importance ,to all, and hitherto bidden 1\1
of water that enlightened 'public, to publish & weekly \k
will have the greatest depth herein before provided, such pilot from the mass of mankind '
there is on the bar. > discretion out from the of- newspaperunder the above tide. It shall
may, at ;; sue Contributed br ft number; practising ,;1
"TLi&ligbt house will be of great impor- fica of the clerk of said court an attach- lie principally devotedto: Commercial.In P aiciaos., "
;occ. No notice, has, to our knowledge' ment, returnable,.immediately to the said tellisjence.-party controversy shall bo crif 'The object of this work is topr": Dt'e'e.* iryiubjeetconnected'with J
been published its erection.' The consequence court,or to the.Judge thereof in Chambers, f time excluded diseases and ite' :' I .
has been, that masters of,vessels aganst the,rcsscl piloted' orepQken,,which The undersigned''isfully aware' of the treatment,which, by its simplicity and'per I;1(
narc been deceived, and in ads instance, a ( Court'or the said Judge in Chambers, shall difficDlty of;the task he is about to undertake ,picuity or,itsdetailsshalt: enable' all what I f

{ ressel mistook tho object'for another, light, summarily and 'andrlaw tbetcase/ and in consideration of lib want':6f wish, to be thoroughly informed in thui'mott': i I,. ,
flod ran to 8t..Auguatlnccantinga delay amine into the facts of interesting and.important ohcieDe,..
in Teaching her'desti'nation'of several days. ,aQd decide accordingly to its merits but if experience, has obtained the polite offer of T advantages of,such a publication too If t

AN AC f to, proride for tho appointment 'the said aasi..edor. shall! assistance from, friends, whose age:;' find all ranks of'society need cot. insisted upon -", ti;
Of:: Pilots, and 'to regulate the rules ot not be within the. jurisdiction or u'e.court, qualifications render them, competent to since they ,must suggest: themselves to .,
Pilotage at the port of Key West)ando the said court or Judge in Chambers shall the task. For his .own' 'parti; 'he pledges every, reflecting:"mind; Under 'the luflu- .[. ; :
other purposes. and"may on the return' of the attachment,' himself, that so his health and ease of tbe diffusion olOuad medical fcnowv: f'
Sec.l. Be it enacted by the Governor proceed in like manner,''cx-raae'and'decede strength will permiU: .the public may rely ledge among all classes,empiricism must bait, t

I and. ,L "lati1'ft Council of the Territory of accordingly. the utmost regularity in the publication disarmed .of the dangerous weapon, with, ', .
I Florida, That from and after the passage: of Passed Feb.. 151834. upon Which it wars so successively sgjdo t,t f life- L Z Zofmaa
of the '
this acttho Gorernor of the<< s&id Territory JOHN WARREN ; paper; ; the'abutire'employment of medicines
be arid he is hereby authorised? by and with Pres.,Legislature Council. Great pains will be' taken to obtain the io bineful to health,will give pace{ to j "
\ the advice and consent of said Council, during Approved Feb. 15,1834. earliest and moat correct :intelligence' of the rational administration: of remedial .I, i
its annual sessions,to appoint'such"number Wrecks and Wrecked Property. and alsoreports agents, and the scientific and.. experienced jpbJlicW1
of Pilots far the port and harbor of Key H TYPE FOUNDRY RICHARD of vessels passing'near' tho Florida will be aided in bia efforts to eli I '
West,'and the Adjacent coast in a northeasterly AVING Purchased of Mr. Jt tcf.prGEitTsutx sriale the sufferings humanity. Netbo; I' ,
duectlonlrom, ,said city,and the extreme RONALDSON his long established. friendly the under log that can add to the utUit, of tie works .f
of Monroe extensive Type Foundry, the ,tubicri-; !, : be 'The ':of deft i Ij
.northern limits of the County very will receive and ,hall neglected. principles \
be deem expedient,' I ben hare formed a co-partnership for the taking please subscript and regimen shall .be 'explained, and thslr t f i .
as may necessary
and(d"iiablc;provided the number so appointed : purpose continuing said business,and for forward ibo:names to the Editor noon u application' enforced. The'Ingredients'' ct t "
'in anyone'year shall not exceed' the convenience of their 'friends and patrons possible. secret remedies sbsll be given and the whole !

twelrc. "t '- ,hare removed their establishment to amore 1" t. [ATKINSON' subject materia medica shall be discused ;
it enacted such central part of the city; 'As it is their In lucid and simple styla. !
Sec.*. Be further ;Thai ,Q4kr |. 1834, and explained a .
pilots so'appointed, before enterlnVetv: ,the, intention too keep on band a good assortment. _.. Q-A premium of $100 wjll} be awarded,,, '" '
discbargaof their duties as such, ball each o( type, and tp'make such additions ".. PROSPEQ>. ;US to the pnterof thebes,esssj foot exceed.. ,, ;.
become bound in an obligation:Iwttn one ormolu and improrements as the taste of tbe trade orxisSAVANNAH.; iDe to pages OctavO'OD tie vantagesterthe ,
arid sufficient securities1, to be. 'and'the wants of the country'require, they 'ERCURY.' community of the 'general diffusion"of l \ .
approved of by the board oC' wardens, or a flatter themselves that this establishmentwill medicalkhowledgtv *?ella** **. * merit share of They A .jfL" moaxixa'ruttit' tU editor {DlaDiO' ;
themfdrth"epdrt and harbor aforcsaid a large patronage. directed, post paW. to I
majority, in.:the sum.or one thousand dollars,, sererat fontt oo hand which can )' conditioned far the faithful,diligent,,'and be lurnisned at a few hours notice, and are itics-Literature-rind General- < The award of the pnminrIB. depend t t/
able performance, their; dutieswbich bond prepared to make fonts?oj all weights_ _andsize's ': Infeljik'ease; '-. > ;I upon-,tbe decision of seretal, eminent,phy: t ",
when executed shall placedon from Pearl to 82 line Pica,including To be. edlIed'tind'publ+ 1ud vl'lk'eilrl, 9f., ifl ,
file in the office'of the Clerk oC the Supe. a great variety ,of Ornamental' Letter i ..... ..v. sJiimlla", ,G6a t '\.4! ', -Editors,poatmastersiand 9jb.nt are.

rior C art ofiaid'County at tbeproper. cost,, Then assortmenpf Cuts and Dashes' titles Dy"\vt.fiDAtDWIN HARRISON;, '*rFspectfullytayttedtaact as agenta. Any ( "
of aut> pilot. Role, and other ornaments Vill be fqiind to l N'preH'.Lta/to the public tbe prp.pec-- ':person,wbo.remits UndolUrs will have ten
v be: extensive of rlcbspecirtns wU1"a forwarded him. Persons remlttJpg ,
in very
Bee. ,Be it further enacted,1h:1t : iowa thevSTarauoah Mercury lt rard copies .
any crcnt of0 e uofadthfulneM, insobriety forwarded to Printers U soon, *. they f.the faeliaga of.ihosb nr e expect to I one dollar( will bare eight nnmbers seat.- *

or criminal negligence: of any pUot LeshaU, can be.prepajred.-/ .:_ ., "q,t ; of I NeiHcriben
bbl : rru fleu 'every to to tb&iId1t r No." CoJ1..JaIw1&street. -
upoaUta petition of any twenty pe<: qunities anctioned,render ij Dish giveabfle1 ; .
eitrzeoi of said $tiCks..Brass Gal1e'Ilm $ VV tocommeacewitbNo. hi f
aid 'board of wardens to appointed this c.FosfQIt govern usTo our" editprisl diitle*- are : r
Governor to that removed from of- Stones, cases; Paper and Press Boards, Impressed with the belief, that lit. guven >; i.The editor tuw fteat pleasure to be'aV '
f'1ce.aocUl-a besides be proceeded aplastbyinclict.coent Standing Presses,'Furniture, together witha ri eat like ourUi preservation of tbe: Lit>*' le $ announce tbe spprobatieAo/ maay' "
:: sin ordinary case of misde. complete assortment of all articles wed ertle of hFeopie mainly depeadsea their eminent medical gentlemen to the plan er
', to a Pnntieg Office will bo kept constantly and patriotism,sod the this pabUcatioa
meaner,and on c oolnLioA..c ned U f> un| virtue, intelligence
not exceediof one thoasani dollars, to b. "band..

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... with as little delay as i)osslc., In t hrlew threat, however, wilt produce no effect- J r 1 rILII.; M

: ,r .. :. r I l =_:. r L. nn., American vessel might not,be, A fUlture"ouM b us'
THE ENQUIRES: :, France and he will think and cl cef'human: life and if
ready at any Of the outporls; lie matctclhi9;_ .America .4s Io > ; these arts br
Of(WfJITElIEAD.) route at once for England. ,It is ;true hd twice before, ho resorts to any measures, honorable,where is the glory of multinjrjn;

'(i' UilltED WEEKLY: VElt ANNUM. leaves the first Secretary of tho ,Legation, which would suspend tho relations of amity and aggravating tortures_and death? e
AT' F11Vtt in hc capacity of Charge d'Afairest'be' between the .two countries:-:: comracrco .
*" but a IdSp of busy liCel-Cowpint : ; this the bas nothing to fromtru, >:puint.Jr .
What it :-:.. hind him ; ,but wo aro persuaded is apprehend : Attempt ly the Malays to
:: cut off
tho United todcinand ana
cflbcl of mutual arningttoorlf. in which the Statcsliavearigrjl! murder the ercwcf another

.t' Furdgn Extracts. French .Cabinet) :and.::,riot tae American what they conceive ,to, bo uuei6"UhenvFranco : ,fL -Tho barquo.Kcnt, arrived American rt9

ltomt1a Lbntion Mooring Chronicle Minister; took the Initiative. These sturdy' has a''right to resist iitch 'demahda, from.Pule Panarig,coast of Sumatra yesttrd brings l

v v- January 13. : a singular knack, of tearing if sho considers them, too exorbitant. It of ,
intelligence an
Wo regret to ECO a nation like too French, to pieces the web of an:artful and tOrtuous is a fault in the mcssago: that does not ad., barquo Derby,of Salem, belonging cut off the

which ought to, set an wimple of' justice tfttrtd diplomacy Wo can easily figure to mit this, reciprocity. ''phcn O. Phillips,'on,tho coast of Sumatra to Sic

rerrd'inbderatron to the ,ml oHhe ourselves the astonishment of De ,Rigney Translation from Itatrc Journril 12th By tho Malays The information is ,*

.Conducting Itself towards America in.a1 very when he saw that! the American, instead of 'Ja1luary. eyed in tho following letter from Copiam con

Ambiguous, not to say discreditable; manner: 'and,, milk lug asinglcef'urt soothe thCsWounded Wo exacted, with' great anxiety, the Felt master,of the Desrby, and published} ( i3

fWliat might be overlooked ma" poor vanity of hiS government, took him at.his moment when wo could know the cilcct tho Salem Observer of this morning :

barbarous: country becomes of immense wind; andfor aught we know, :dle'proJectI produced in Paris by thomessage of the ,On the lOth June, '1834f lying lit 'l'ra
'conllcltfor.CQ ;in the case: of powerful a I law respecting the, American claims may President of the United States. bangun Tehule, barquo Derby Of Salwn

..nation at France, of which the rind inhabitants tho be as much due to tho dignified conduct of. This moment is.:come, and the, message*' loading pepper; whilo on ,shore that day*

from' their high civil.'t1t1on' ; position tho I Livingston,,as to a sense of justice on has been of little effect in Paris. The received information-that a prow in a !

they occupy, set an:.example French to the part of tho cabinet of Tuilleries. motive that General Jackson wanted 'to' potns: : preparing to como neighjboring that

,rest of the world; The tone-of the Atner However, the question i is .now, whetherthe give to his menaces of J hostilities, appearedtoo night and cut; I went on board: i in.

1 Journatsy) In-their comments on the liS American President :will, be satisfied I weak to give a'srcatt1eal of anxiety in ,mediately, and ,made preparations for ells
lean PresidenVritpeechrs not we with so.tardy an act of justice,after the affront France; and a war, with the United States defence of the,wise), and 'kept a vigij;
should never ta t
can .comm i1d. A nation there 'which accompanies? it. If helis, wo seemed to come from,too great distanco' watch through.the night. As the day lies

,consider itself above'being just j;; and for era ,sure, his conduct,will be tho'effect" of to cause real alarm ,to a ,country so littlemaritime gan: 'to dawn, ,discovered the prow right
', fair :moo' magna umity'" in :atoning sheer noble desire not to '
13 magnanimity! as ours. I ahead, coming slowly down upon me,and '
than in relying on power as a sccu- the of good,
'\urong, endanger general principle : within musket shot.
to afford redress II [From the Paris Journal (moderate) .Lc
'rity against being compelled by visiting on a gallant people
government Tempi.J I opened my musketry and cannon
the Congress, will actually vote rulers. "It ii upon
Whether the sins of its worthless worthy him which ho his head
got toward
violence upon tho
.r reptisas'aaainstFrance, maybe doubted ) of'remark, at the same time, that the A, proclamation of unexpected and appeared be
00'ns fast
sea, gutting
but ,there can be no doubt that; Trance display of exhibited by tho 'cabinetof has reached us from across tho Atlantic
energy ho could.l soon after i !
as tvhichastrongbreezc,
to this extremity, It is the chief ot'Q pretended liberal republic
,allow ;matters to come the Citizen King, has been made towards
R and I tho
'mankind,Wifl Tioloudly pro' who addresses it to.France liberal ,and came up, saw prow pass iu ahore
the opinion of a people who:excel all others ,in tho ,, towards the village of Qtfalae Raliseahn.

:t noahccd against her. The moral loss will love and practice, of liberty, and whOseuncum,1cd just.It afterwards learned (torn several
derived from Jackson'hus'prejudged sources
the paltry saving is to:bo regretted that Gen.
far out weigh prosperity is a quite conclusive, '
that the camo from Qualah
tho United prow Asseliam
tlio perpetrated against ,in a tono prematurely hostile 4
injustice 'proof ,of its wonderworking; influence- and had 19 men on board ; one of which
states.t Louis Philippe has not ,been tenacious the. conclusion of, a, questionV1ai b ho. came to Baccongabg/whilc I lay there' and
18. of his honor of that of the French knows must be submitted by us to a now ,
t From the tendon Public,Ledger, own or stated that they started,with creeses only,
Iho'Amcr- nation, in the frequent rebuffs he has'met' legislature. I to'tind
This Parisian politicians charge calculating unprepared to receive;
aside the of the U. States
Setting rights ,
with from the military and despotic ,
ican l'resldonwith having grossly insultedand great I : ,them=-to dagger ,every person on board,
and tbe.dcla.s of which they pretend tohave
Powers. All his pugnacity is reserved for
dishonored tho French nation by ,the : and to possess themselves of the money-
is in the
in his Message ,free states; but towards the despotic 'pow a right'o complain, of
which ho has adopted : and that they took freely opium in order
language affair of these 25 millions ,to ,which they
We must confess that ers, he has too much sympathy with ,them ; be *
to more desperate
to Congr 8. ,
>> great a desire to bo one, of them, to lay claim,a question of constitutional. law,
letter his
discover grounds Fell
loss to. Capt. irj to owner. ,
we arc at a which to have been better understood says
\ mind a few cuffs. Of this, however, he. ,ought I
tho French found this outcry It is l limo'lmt the American Government '
which jiigh -
,upon chief of
and state
bo assured that the straight forward. appreciated by a ,
about insulted dignity How does the case may constitutional had a sloop of,this coast from
of Jackson will prove an overmatch governed by the most rigorous '
acknowledged herself ness March the
', stand ? France to,August, (ilunhg pepper sea
principles. _
America certain sum she, for all his cunning;*, to' She
indtbtcd: to a ; .__ Notwithstanding some 'declamatory precautions son) protect our commerce.
has "repeatedlypromised payment '; ",that do a great deal of good to the Americans
promiso! she has not fulfilled,'and further Spirit of the) Parisian Journals. ,against tho .language intimidate being Franco con: It will be remembered that Clio ship Hen,

t., declares that she does not intend to fulfil ,PHESIDT.HT Jxcnto.'a ,MESSAGE, ; strucd it is too into clear an that intention in this to affair, Gen. Jack- ry'Ewing, of Boston,was:' obliged to lufo

t it; ,that is, sho refuses to pay a, just debt.! The: Constilutionnel says, that'aU are sun has.shown himself similar to what lie the coast Surrratn aLouftbo same time

: America! threatens 'force payment, and unanimous, in feeling that the.dignity of has been in Iris difficulties with the Hank, of the occurrence related above on account:

this,Franco cries out against'cs-a grievos'tnjluya Franco has been wounded by'the Presi that is to logician and'self- I of an attempt to cut her off at Ass lian.
national'insult: Let the debt be dent's, Message but he deceived if he \ say antirrogant' [Boston Tramcrift. \
paW,ad the wound :vluch national; honor supposes, that, ,his menace will J induce the France need, not, be uQcnsabo these, _.

{ bas sustained: will heal itself.JFVomjftd' I legislative l bodies to give a sanction which, bravadoes, 'which certain private mtcrists' tarZ c prtparatiol'--Ilill: been ur.

** : LondonTrucSun.,, i,they have onco.refurcdYhatever may bo have no doubt dictated, particularly us these defstood for sometime past,'that,both hi t

; Wqarp lfrtfr.oaiboing insensible ,to 'the. : the timorous habits of, Chambersr, they interests arc not, circumscribed by the lirnits naval! and military departments, prepaid
; t will not, in the face of tho country, appear, ions i for,a possiblewarwctebusily
'c.JuitonI11'auo: tho, Message receives inthe of the Union, and that it would not bo making.
''1 estimation of:tho British 'public 'at a to yield to fear. The United I States, have: difficult to designator'that corner of l'uris'I In tho Senato on .Thursday 'a measure
vital' ruined their cause even if their claims!have; looking to the arming of our, fortifications
juncture when,theyare engaged a I from which may have proceeded tho advice I
struggle for their Jiborties. They 'will see ,, been l gitimnf .,The conduct of the French;; 1 followed bv tho writers: of tho message. on the sea board was introdnced by Mr.

reflected in it, as'In mirror! the wonderful. ministry. iii this "unfortunate, ,dispute_ ,'has Wo prejudge in,no"way .the manner in Bcnton and adopted,Mr.,Webster stating it
not a little contributed to render the solu- to be of the utmost necessity. Wo have
benefits our transatlantic: brethren.have secured which this delicate question will be considered !
themselves by boldly1 advancing(in tion difficult.' After having,with inconceivable ', by the French Chambers We ute no doubt this is the truth-for Congress

the career :of improvement and blushing stupidity,"recognized a.debt'which' persuaded: that where the honor and dignity contemplating apparently an eternal peace,

a awry >ll' \the obstacles that impeded their the restoration had constantly: disavowed, of the whole country is concerned, neitherits have year: after year ,refused the supp 1s
alone it pledged itself with,still! greater stupidity i asked for by the Ordnance Department, for
p'rogrcss.: ,From this cause they,are rcprcs ntlitives,nor the government itself,
the happiest\ most,prosperous, and moralpeople to bring tho'qucslion,again, before the Chambers will l ever require any impulse to stmiulato' the construction gun carriages ; soihtt.

. that exist,or perhaps have over ex immediately after' the convocation, to it to action. It is only,to'cgrcttcaane\v\ at this ragmen t..With a l largo though: not adequate -
ask for that sanction which had been
istcd|'whilst the English nation,with equalif again that the whole ministry did not accept tho supply of!heavy guns, will) well
formerly refused.! 'This promise has not
all constructed '.o.rks. and,population ready
>not -greater advantages' in respects proposal of M. de Broglie, and make room
all that is dear been kvptand General Jackson justly I complains in any.hour of need ,to man: and defend
is now obliged to risk, for; a new cabinet, better calculated to bring
and bo' them,there are not,probably.cannon enough
tcTraan, .individually collectively, the question or iho United States and many :
causer"alter having two'years ago, triumph- Tho.Tcmps expresses its regret at President others to a solution. mounted. ,on ,tho whole sea, board-' resist a

oil E. over .its inveterate enemies, it did not Jackson's prejudging, with hostile coup de main even by an inferior force.
take the precautions prevent feelings, a question which he ought to have We do not believe that war will occur-
necessary ,known submitted,to a new legislature ELZtiOAaTExrit wr.-Extrcct from a but vjf
those enemies fr troubling them again. we are gtutto'\ see' thfs'jnovetnent
; in France. There is in the affair of Sermon on War,delivered January 25. 1835,
thing ,that concerns: the free, independent ordinary: ,prudence and -'prccautron. against: ::
, Every :the. 25 millions claimed the, United by'Key. Dr. Channing just published
and sovereign people to whom the by rw5sibiliies-JVi. ( : Y .Am.. '
) : States ,a question of Constitutional right, "The idea of Honor is associated with.\v r. .
McsagoJs addressed through'tber repre- But to' whom does' the honor 1 ..
which tho Chief of a Constitutional l slate ,belong ?
flontaUves, is treated as usual candour in a tone which of ought to hare'better 'appreciated than tho i If to anycertaiply not 'to the mass of the ,NAVAi: ==Our Navy Yard at jCharfcsio ri

i dignified and unreserved President Las done. Franco has little uneasiness people, but to those who are particularly, presents at this moment rathcf a busy scene

forms a'curious: contrast with the cant whichcharncterfses" af.tcclatJonreservej to feel from these bravadpes,whichin engaged in it. The mass of a people, ; a number the largest size guns," and iy
and false
"similar, 'communications dignity in fact, have been dicated by certain inter- who stay at home and hire others to, fight," great quantity of amrounitjon'werd received'

ests within,her own boundaries. What is who! sleep in'theirtvarm,beds and hire oili- at the yard while wo were there a few days

thtj country.: Upt' theenthe Americans aro. just',cannot reasonably be refused, but it :era to sleep on'the:' -cold and damp ,earth,, since; and,.wo ,understand:that more is on
t really;and not virtually, represented) remains to,00 decided.\vheihervalid claims who sit at their well spread board and !hire tho way, and that orders have been received
thetr rulers are their servant and not their others to take the of "to lave the Constitution" Boston \
ought not to remain unanswered, when the chance starving, who
router*. :They have ho dissolute court, form or spirit, in which they are made, nurse the slightest hurt in their own bodies, fitted for sea ns quick' poWible.." The

upending m heartless' ostentation and waste would.render satisfaction*an act of dishonor : and hire others to expose t1r mscl\'cs. to ,former is nearly toady,and tho fatter,
tlio. substance of a whole! province, and mortal in the Dry 'Do k. She beep
neither the representatives nor the gov. wounds and to linger in comforilsshospitals hay c\yll.cor-
,, Cuinlantl platoon);consp\tlng whose against the rights of eminent! of.France require any impulse to 'certainly i this mast apli lc. pered and 13 ready-to,coeosit., The Jn-
Th wealth it thus profligatelysquanders. '
$ I stimulate them to do what is consistent with honor from war. The honor belongs tOJ i dependence has been laid up soma time,
They hue'also' no insolent i the dignity and honor of the; country, but ,those who immediately engage in it. Let I but as soon as tho Boston is ont of the Dock,
oligarchy whoVthough possessing immense
the ask then 'what the chief business alieai to in. The receivirjg'ship1' of the
I Cabinet ought to resignin favor of anew me is of I go
tt<h\ of bcir"ownl raako no scruple oftbrotting wirt his I Junes Columbus is also :Ito'bo"' 'ready .
' the I one that is 'better calculated to bring to destroy human life, to manglethe gof \

from them pocket of the I thu> question to an issue as well as many limbs, 'to gash and hew the body, tu The never.Dry Dock is,to be begun ;Ivyo**
aqd extorting
1 pubj Jif, the maintenance of their enormous families others. plunge the sword into the heart of afdlow early in the spring,and a how ship house
for I '
The Courier Francais says-"This Document creature, to streW Jhe earth with Weeding isalso to be ercctca. All.handsin theyird
do. have
t 1 and like.'po1itJcaI mariner,hangers tie '..ali cure' They and 'dominantchurcifh6so in bears the impression of an irritation frames, and to 'trample! them 'under foot appear lively, and'from too '.remarks_of a .

Ii pride and Immense wealth which we expected without, however;con- with horses'hoot .,It ia to hatter down and' number,'wo should think! a'war with any
it should would be carried burn cities to fruitful iatoileierts country would! to'them bo' d agreeaWo
forta'a trtghtf4 the!jipjjktieas ceh.injth'-t: or turn fields -, very,
J $ nttastw&Ut "
humility," and pOYelrtyitvltch! 1tsmiaUtera to such a degree of yiolence, 4t is not very ,to level the cottage of the peasant and amusuhcrttBolt;:: : r4dvocatc. .* t

profess,buCuWr practise,and\ until ire cantetnd edifying to tear a government, 'which pro the magnificent abodo of opulence, toscourge M _: ,....-.. '. 1.
I fosses the eternal principles of Liberty and nations .with famine to multiply, \ .
of UHSO.;and similar blotches, we New YOBK, F b. 10.
1 cart never hopo to arrive: at that high'degree Justice, declaring its resolution "Jo 'aTCngO'Itself widows deeds and orphans. AroMthestfhonorablG' There U bill little business going! on,!hfJ ,

of'prosperity, that truly admirable 'state of upon iixlmduals'forsupposed wrongs' Were you called to name exploits ,
happiness and cccorit/aud' morals, which done by their.government, and proposing worthy demons, would you,not naturally suppedvith

constitute the lot<>f American brethren.. confiscation, something .approaching toa' .:Iec such u"tbQet Grant that ajiece : Dort was current this: paorning; Uiat thoFrench
:confiscation, of !their prpperty as a political ally for,them way exisl. It U dreadful
I frbtt t&e 7aclo True swti Jon:: 1 c. bi the a packets would not be despot>*feed
measure rules of such
common necessity as a good n>w must hereafter;but iltb is not tho case. higher
Notwithstanding\ this salvo tt the intendedpresentation right. The,ill humor of the President has iron wjtb insliflctiie horrors and, though freights are demanded to Franco The
of tG/j law relative to our led him to and indications of evil "
r intention it may exempt! them urn guilt it cannot JNfafine Insurance Companies"'are \yr\tirg

s claims ,to the Cbajnberor: Deputies,] the in certain circumstancesattendin the conduct -' turn them into glory"' Wo have thou Clit all |i ,c94 with only a sih U .tnci a Opremium .I;.,

plain dealing republican, took Uw iatinutioaabout 'of France,which in tbcmsclves were that it was honorable 1 to heal, |o ,iaveftonutigatfi ThQ pacjttla for Uveipool are

the pasipof U in iu literal sense;.nd, perfectly insignificant ; it J 13 also made siutch the sick and sMinff full to that: of the 24th Pfe of Cot ,
without condasttndfn ; tofenterinto! further liiurassume'* menacui tone which |ill accords from,the jaw* of d atIJVo lea'Q- phccU too and Flour steady.-, Marine 'Jncp Dce

e3xpknation si; adopted IInm a tiatet measures with those conciliating incluuttouaof among thu revered benefactor* of tho" Stocks have fallen conaiderablf and Rep!

for guitrIn i ;'tlO''rieu.J&cap j}ital'gnd ternary VhichLemadd, so anca part Ue. leis discoverers of arts which alleY Ut human E1t i9 heavy:-:-dour. of Co'.

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.L 4 I fJ5 I TlieKiny tho i : ) :
J govcrnrtfent ,need not justify I sum b
., ',gpjil g'uq ur.Vr' .* j.t! itself before you from the reproaches made rred Into tflCct i
1 : to it by the I'resTdenf. Such proceedingwould tained: that the- ,
Kk ;[
.. """ bo alike without object as without -States has j
iij ieay. ; dignity* moreover in,tho,discussion which 'French :
will take here nit : Thoreading '
place explanatibhMhat
tVe Imo been compelled to omit'several( ,
I Itlrticl may be asked will!1 be jjivcn- .all:the:documents I bill,
's'tbis week for tloy nt of room, I will be laid) ,on your t ble. General the Chamber, i'

It vcr/clcslrabfe i $ilia( persons, furnishing I Jackson has misapprehended the extent of .quitted the. .

articles for this piper; would liand'thcm i in the powers,conferred on ua by the cOt1sli* ed groups, and
tion. But if l J'eh\8': luistnkcn the laws of imated !
the k. Wobavo I ,
\fc to
early in : inform!
; our country, \\o will not fall into tho same : The bill l ""
eEcitx7t'I thai
some of O Jr. t cprrcepondents error in respect of American institutions i distributed, : !
they, must write plain, or their' articles will Thai, l letter and the spirit of those institution to the !

remain: '(cent.: authorize us to consider the documentto on it being :
Florida- Ye learn which I have referred l, as the expression M. Pelet do
) History of from thq
merely of an opinion wholly personal, so {
St. Augnslino Herald that a workfrom! the long as (rshall not have received the sane distributing of

pen of the, lion. JoSKrjr 11.V UTE,. entitled ,lion of either of the- oilier two powers of cessive : +

Skelclic;' Historical, Political.' and the American Union.: 'J'ho,1\tciia .is an year,1831, ;

Topogtaphicolud'.Louisiauo! ; and:East, and actor government incomplete, ''which can. American' ;. :
not induccono of'those decisions }by which to it.
West Florida"-will probably be put to pressin
France Usually replies' to a menace of an Tho ; :
London m' the course,of the present year. insult. that all the !

We know of*-no one better able to givo to We might; have waited, gentlemen, for ican claim :

I such a work'interesting character than the course of Congress, in order regulate the Chamber: ,. :

our talcrX'cd DelegateREItATIONS our own. But & temporizing system had mired : ;
neither the advantage of restoring securityto distributed.- :
WITU FJIANCE. our commercial relations, nor of placing The
--1''Vo give our ,rcadeis this week several them eventually under the protection of 'I regular I if all t ;;

extracts from papers received from Charleston reprisalj.: Moreover by sucha, course, the I were,not_only '

per Revenue, Cutter Washington. Capt., 'two -'governments. would. have. ,waited.. tlio but also laid
Iho Mini
one lor the other; and at tho distance at
Randolph' relating to the hostilo aspect. of uhlch.they are, the legislative! sessions ot that there,was '

our intcrcoursowith Franco. both might close, leaving' so important a The '
From the extracts given! in our last, from a question still unsettled and irritated by, "Mr.'Liv

the Havre papers of,Jan. 20, i it is probable new delays. In 'this state of'things, tho it was said-,
Hill been Government.was bound to reject tho system ordered to do : ; )
the indemnity had: .presented to s
of temporizing-tho question of national .
,the minister' for tho consideration: of the dignitywas first entitled to its atten arrived"The

Chambers, although such! had not been* tho tion. You are aware,gentlemen, how that es for M.on

Course adopted,by them up-to the ,dale of has been' disposed of. But as'the treaty; of I. and orders

tho.latest: :tid dvices, na. .Ch r1eston. From July,H not, on that account, less just or private letters
the generaL-tenorof:the remarks made in less politic-us the proceeding"ofth President state that'ho is.
of tho United Slates could not en his
the'French paperstho; : ;recall of 111..Ser- feeble the basis; of equity and reason on l here,having'and ;
wrier, the French)\trr ister,o.t'Washington which It that transaction reposes, the Govern could not .

-and, the rccept <
,-it is hot, .improbable that: the decision present it ,anew for our.considernti n.- guago towards II ,
The engagement being entered (intoi.tho ,
"of tho Chambers will be unfavorable ,tained in tho ;
honor of France requires that it should! be Commercial 'I II
as the warmest advocates war could fulfilled.In I :
that "One of
desire. : this important deliberation the Chamber has spoken of ,
.Everything at present seems to indicate I we,do not doubt, in carefully watching disgrace: ; and
& rupture between ,the two countries,,and : over tho national dignity, will ,still :bear in tion of the \' J : f
mind all tho sentiments of and
goodwill in this vessel;
hotvevertmuchiveatiould regret, in common II friendliness which,for more than sixty years, vate letter from
4 with a vast number of our fellow citiiens, have united tho French and American nations said that the '

to see the friendly rclations'lieretofurc i l subftisiing I i it will give duo weight to those high called at. his
between.,the United Slates and their considerations .of commercial power .and of his l

/ Ancient ally interrupted, and the naval: MW- mercantile strength(force raarchand: )whicli Nation insulted
; 1
have caused an alliance with the U. States ,
Forayth to tho
er of the, two nations arrayed opposition; to be looked,upon 'us one of the unalterable C'I

ttojnust yet give our voice: for such' measures I rules of national policy.In ,Ie ( :

as the honor"of the country may require holding this language, we desire only, Tho I ; ,
which be to render homage to truths of all times=to packet_ : I
may neccssaryto: display I erpool 18th
oppose these to transitory io.pressions-nnJ
determination 'submit :
our to to nothing '' expected news
especially to declare that Franco docs not'
that. i is wrong,' from whatever source the impute: _either to tho people orto the ''Government Minister'of from the\ ,
l inj'lryrnay be intended. We were pleased (\ftho United States,the sentimentsand parture
ris. This
with asentiment, ;Mr. Wayne; of Georgia I I propositions which tho President. has the I
wish to in his :
:cpresscd.Ve only tee
given 3ponse,to one.of ,tho regular Message'Congress an act (without'due the two ;
toasts at the tJinner.g'i\'eriq Washington On sidcr,all our
... reflection) of a single power ; and national -
the flab Jan. The regular toast was, honor does not the less require us' to I if you have: 1
"Our relations with France:-:We want persevere in the policy which was alwaysthat forward or
of the King's Government,.t the policyof the: if
.flr>t\\,, r, w.c will have justice, From the
to .
To which Mr. after: loyalty engagements.You
Wayne rejoined, FRANCE.
will scrupulously wciglij gentlemen, !
A>me pertinent remark's: : the motives which solicit the adoption of country iff of ; : :

t,. *rOoT relations, with France-We pwf the treaty. and calculated

have: justice, or .we ah ill have war.n What we specially ask is, that you in'examining preservationof
+.w+. 1 it, as.we in proposing it have done, tained ,in our \ '
Since the above was m' type,by tW arrival should free yourselves froin all predispositions lists principally ; ,

of iho.3chif.Daniel.Webster, 16 days i foreign to the question itself--which. the French .jt
b, tho right and justice of the claim,' and the otter of his ;
front New-York have received the. Transcript -OUT.Minister at
ho commercial advantages' guaranteed to, !
\1', of,that city of ,23J r b.'and exiracttherefrom Franco by tho treaty.. _- and the, ( : ,:
the proceedings of the French Penetrated with this conviction: .the govcrnmcnt / the ports of .
Chambers on the:.presentation ,of the In : lays: before you'anew,through me, fleet in ,tha \ ; ,.

demnity Dill by the Minister Finance- the project of a law which: I shall have ,the The ( \ I 1.)
, received Suify,3lst'Feb. honor of reading. It was thought proper letter of our
per ship to insert conditional. clause therein of alluded to
CilAMBER OF DEPUTIES which you will doubtless appreciate tht "But tho; r
Jan. "16 fitness This: clause interdicts
Sitting: f payments I
this is iho
'M; Dapin tooK the chair at ,one o'c'!ock.Tbo under the sum fixed by the treaty, until New day"York, "
the intention of the American Government ,
galleries were;extremely full, and amore bringing the r
shall be ascertained. It Jj'our, right and
(ban usual number of Deputies understand, I
our duty to render that government :
lreae4r for of hs which
any acts t> may wrong
of Finances ascended the.tribune- and bringing_ .' !
the tho interests of France.
dignity or
(Great sensation)--ami proceeded to read urier,from
The following is the text of the bill: !
following developement ,relative to tho ships of war
government communication which had been I' 'Art. 1.- The Minister of the Finance; u detained until I
announced: : '" "authorized. to carry lo fhdludgetofgcbof no response,has ; ;

*tf gentlemen .-Faithful to the accom the years J 836,1837,1038,1839,1840 the,'President's J
jJUhment of its duly, and trusting that you I and ,,1841 the,sum necessary 10 pay off,in 1 prisals | while :
(;\7onld. participate: in its conyictonx, the six terms tho capitAl'of' 25,000,000fr., in our !
Government disposed again I to submitto execution of the Treaty signed on tbe':4th : Gibraltar. Bar. ; 'a'
your consideration the measures necessary of July, 1831, between Franceand the,U, I amongst the. :
for trio execution of'tbo Treaty of the States,and the ratifications: of which were I the'Officers-! of
4th Jul,183liDnd was prcpwcd to defend exchanged at Washington 9P: the* 2d of. gentlemen who ;

rhem ia tho nanic.of justice and of the political February* ,' 183?.; Ffancevnd :

andcbmmer&il interests of Franco.Tte ArtYS'* _The Burn'of 1,500,000'( (rants, t tf ff
Uessagd of thePtcaident'of: the Urn* wbjcb tho,Governmenrof the United Stales sooii 69 o 1 !
fgi SlUes at Ihtj ppt nine of the American has engaged to pay lo France,in six annual got iAt
CongresjjSrtspcndedlho-pucttflon'of this terms, m discharge 1Cr tho daiw.,of.French''. ,tiJ pickcart
project. The Government had then to ex- I citizens;shall)' bo carried, to the credit side.' IWan1en4?,
amino if it still remained.under,tho empire of a,special[ article pf the Budget, ire propprtioa : -> UoQ'''!|i PM4
ortLoaamCiJiily f if the d g oily of France I ifs the,recoveries made 'Credits mj-a.; Hte Snsi :
did opt demand a dttfcreat line w Conduct; to a similar amount shall be opesed to the krtewu. : .
and}finally! it any mean*existed placing I Minister, jof Jbe 'finances for the'discharge, that bfvoe ..
the bRrl.bIe rules of justice in harmony 'of,tlo claim tlat'mal IKIVQ beep liquiua- Cl fQltrfofJJW t

with the legitinfMesentusrntof. Difibnal ,ted in favor of French citiz+mq, Sfttafe*; Idsd..
feonoi }) Art a. The payments to lo made on ltl"+ge would ,


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I. *"._;,;__ ,1111; l .. bte to out '' too'.trim et' .tTh e'a'mount....." of"' Ulcir" bjls Apurcbaso :
J' tie in ; FactoiT
3oetf, 11. :
I -: : takes no part iA ,.- .GEOnOE{ 1JnUCE;:& Co.

:Hf.o pALtNODl' 1rt't'biino { or politics, andin NeW: Yorlir 1: .!:;:..,; -
but *"s, {m excluded may Orders fgitlio Q1)OYO _
"a this t le !on roundrV
{ 'lll
'tlfc-Uf Thetameteg*
I it. &tten1ted tb if
which taught'TeJ .; sent to
f ..
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A. E.
... I0* ''W'011 Tcpuldeely MILLER
"t'h' Sometimes, ,
re 4 '
i1& ePassloD'* hopes and tAvA ,. No Broad-Bt ClarlcatonSC
fear } : is now ofma* MftT 23( '- '
Ilifi ell whattooicne; levcal, edi ;.., at its ni. .
By smiles,and sighs, and tears those wliO 'TQ,"TIt'PUBLIC, ---
The day are gone! ,Dc more I no. more. 4 I but hktitJoDah' -,T u nowabout'
The cruel fate allow J. forty,ycarsjsincathelat
Dis those *
And)though 'm.hardly ttventyfour,' ,t6 name', were Dr. Samuel Lee > Windham, Conn
s1'miotalover now. (00W' deceasedbegan) to furoith the public
j' '. 'f; Lady;the mist is'on my sight, ,,, I continued kind* with his celebrated "Leo's;; Windham nn.
"The chill is on my brow ; O assurance. ious pm" or F.tniJ'.Jh'la Through
'' the
.: .s. ftly day is night, my bloom is\Lt',"g bt, r b, ed (embrace agency of.Dr Isaac.' homFson, of ilex C
fcom' tbe'pens ,of
I'm not-alofer uow t tI t- Londo ,.GbnO., these much esteemed
s' tJ .. writers and Dil.
:Y! -r1< ioin Pills,or Family PhsioLave continued
,, never talk abbot tb$ cloudi&f >j forsucharticles. ever since they:were made known to the

1 laugh at girls and bdyife., ,ri : : r ni those' whoso' public,.. to'gi"Cfce satisfaction to those
rather interest to any, who have made of them .
X'm growing on41b. .Tr use when obtained
fond of it wiJl put us genuine but it is unfortunate
And very '' ;. for the public
r never wander forth'Hone "* '* ,. 1uo.resolnd: to do as wellut6tho proprietor of this celebrated

Upon tho mduntalnV lbroir:r' : redder the"work medicine* that these Pills have otter been
Iwei:hcd las'winter sixteen, stone--" ,, :a.nd the only way : counterfeited and many families have: had
f ? I'm.. not a lover npw.''. t V.r. :' .\ t of the public, spurious article put upon them When a
', ,1 j1! i'I it .., We make I supposed, they ,Lad obtained: tho genuine they *

oeterwlb to raise a.voil, vV; ,over other' article; and it is ,a lamentable fact, that
"' no hired; :editor '
b ne.crTau&\.igb S I. "" th some fow.Druggistr will purchase the .
I do we send forth : ; pu.nous .
V ". never tell a tender tate, : a them
X articleknowing be
j ', : I .. _to such.)and
.*, *,I never tell a lie, in : ; .trumpet our own:, sell them as the;,genuine article for the *
..... 'Ecannot! 'kneel as once I did, promising to out? paltry gain of two or three.dollars on eacb

1%; ., I've quite forgot mr bow canspeak for, 'grpco they purchases Tho' 'proprietor of
percrdo as I am bidiL'mrnot one to subscribe/ this valuable medicine considers
,( it his
; '
a lover now t.4 q .. ..Yr y of patronage.. duty
to tho public to bo .*t
.. 5 1 1I avery great expense
; I in advertising very extensively in the
I: make' strange blunder* every dTi.; ; -f .I' : album dry andbackuied poetry (!n. papers of the different States,to guard newi-them

first ,order,, are .against' being Iongerimpoiedupon by .
g17 I im !! counterfeiter spyrious: Lees Pills
made put
.upon them when they ask for the
I fly folly, flows/i j and American article. In order that.the genuine I
( loveliest \ ,. Editors .. community maT
4 From glow ; are reg.
cs, groVa
r.don't to length of DO' *- thing of interest !
the ,subscriber (now
I I'm not a lover, now t. ,f' r. ; a'place Jn its cold. celebrated Pills proprietor of tueso
l : ) igna his namo at fun
Tbe M ..o'e' eed U very trI Acct-, e II'd publication take anindeipen r, we* length "? Isaac,"Thompson"pn,a;, red: label
: that is on'tbe'outainc
y) rather ride my mare ;.: : : be cdverned by envelope' that will be
: : onnd arouud each box of the genuine Lce'g
'" The poet hunts a quaint concclt. remarks.devoid of ,,
I'd rather bunt a hare i- p The drama shall /lYindhamBiliousPiUsorlE' amilyPbysie.
I've learned to utter yours and; you, j I but receive: its, If purchasers will, only, be particular to
Instead of thine and thtfu(. f. t f of department inquire Thompson's Lo-:'. -,Pills, and be
And ob,Ivcan't' endure a':Blue--' ,, 1 S, of attention; careful to observe, tbat his name at full
'.l'm'Dot lover f length' is :signed on ':tho red label around
.a.. pop I occasionally with
,. .1' 5 '" boxn| his '
e best mannerand d own hand,/WfJhDg they
1 don't idle dreams will'belure r9b aioi gibe genuine article
encourage .cpr the Piano,
r Qf poison or of ropes ;' "-r4.) *z t. : 'to;:city sub The above ..mentioned'' PIzls n1ay be had of

|,cannot'dine,on airy schemci/1 \ cents, in .ad- .most of the respectable ,Driiggists through.out .
I cannot sup on hopes. -' ,,' 1. ; end ofsixmouths. tho United"States, and of tho subscriber -
t NewmUkJfDisver16n ;,....:, .tI .: :;wiU bo taxed (proprietor;.) atNew.London, Conneo (
Just foaming from th o cow. 4.. ti Dutyet'Iwant'mypintofnitic-' : ., in advance; other. .....
j 'moot lover now. .-.;*" *. > ..,\ ; ,' : : the usual bubicri p-, ', 'Q T** ', Ili PRI!'.'mm IN I I1JU U. ?.
: {will be strictly The 'imposition upon the public in count \
When Laura sings-' bung hearts away terfeiting tbei:above Pills,,' when ger- t
t. /.""I'm deafer..than the deep;'' ';" { ; ed"'at a" distance, fuine ,hire: been fto fujly tested for forty
When Leonora'goes to play, I \ ) accompanied S ''year; that the proprietor calls)uponif Prin
I sometimes sleep ;r" of year'in advance.' 'ten throughout the'Union to warn Hit
When Mary draws her, i gloves out, b ; published at East'S public by iasettiogtbo: above advertise- >
s. I never dance I,v'ow- T j 'all communica-. meet a few times in their papers which
"':*.Too hot'to kick-one'. heels about. ',' by ii'r: to"-.George l greatly.benefit their;subscribers, and
Tm not a lover. now lp. lr i will remain des Ithey, 'cannot' give; them: more 'jmpoVtant y I
i ... '' d' information than inserting the
z ': to'adopt.this i advertise* 1
: .
}'' happy now with State saflairs; | : ; ; e.a,heavy tax merit;gratis ; They who cannot' afford to do 1
I Pitt and this,.aro authorized '
prate.9f Fox t MX <*M' to receive ono dollar I
r 'I ask the price orR.lrosc1lha! .; I !: ( ,of the.:Amarant h from mo, or any' 'one' of,my, agents; they
cl ratdb.thttirn of stocks sending to said
<( ; ..t'v per,annum, of the me. or agent, a. papercontaining'said
bloom ; : : rk1\lirror aod advertisement. L T.
c .tlle withered '
\ bough' :
; "
; 'tiavp fortune id '. who wish to have' %
perfume.J'msot 1
1 -us before tho JOHN GEORGE
?, i *? *: *- a-lover now. : '' Asemi-monthly ZIRIAX,

1 mav bo etjvibitytberaaia.4wd ; ; : as usualat INFORMS the public that ho has opened

owJo "babbling fool T:. ( : ESTABLISI1MEN T in
TLfl flattered star of bench and"bar; ,. ; f : ? bas .increased to this itJ.wberr,tbe business; is carried on in
: its
6 : A.p ttj ., i ( rft oh.:1"'t,1.: .. \ Q obliged! to e ns 0' all branches. ,Br ad..Cakes -of
tome.sjiowjcr Cuu -hopo.or oats> from our list, and lie every lie.description, Navy and' Pilot .Bread,
t t : ..The palace or the plough,4 x>* pl ; however, to are kept constantly ton'band' fresh
.'.....1heart and 'uto are broken her*.. 6f continue by the subscriber.: ; ,
z .I'm Bolt a lover.! now t ': ':, _, .1 shall feel in duty Key West, Nov. .1?., f.5tf JWE
t 4:. :'i Lad,',the mistil or\ ID! sfgtit' band of "
... I T e chili is oo my brow' ft aro author' announce Colonel, I

a''vX1? dy b night.&11. blight; .; '.. WILLIAM' B. l'iUT'fAL as acandidate
-.w:: :) "' iKiB.n.otifcloferndw. # / |6 I 1 to rcpresenXJllg Territory of '
1-- ..,..!tt. ')'." .. ,'[New Montbryl8l7. ; ,( 1 'th Florida': in the 24lft Coogres pf tba UnitedN
.."'l1' .# V ." i 1 TE FOU RttP,<' 'f' .
; ii'f v J.\1 Ei'np1'f' r-.Moosr t; ri' ., respectful ;
When maidens enter into life/ 1 1i eu ;they hare recent 1 lyy.' 'HAMLIN,V NELL 'AlTORNRY
i Ajjd.blu, hinff Miss becomes the wife; .-... toots of COUffSELLOR-AT LAW
TIi3 jetnale beart'i In tune;' ., European JS ':AE nlr.a chitulaYorida. I
, WheD lore .!\f hklfaIi4 reason's hid,, 'ornamental S. '
r And dome does ,,}lat.'e'" he's'bid,. making ,aD.. : WE site authorized to announce Colonel" *

Theo ipriage the ejNbon.l f' : unrivalled iS JAMES GADSDEN as w candid*
: Jio to represent
,. ; A book; of sp e_ Temtory of Fl ridain .
Whei'rin twin dens the 24th
CDDgres of &fUoUed
s, bijoux at the Foundry, 5 5 8t te..
,J An bought, to-ppleaadtbalovely.potiseIS : : near Chatham st. WE? are authorizedtosuzaouace loDtl
w -i-3 And jaunts b Twelzo: Li ine ,
:: atemade to towq 1LVIU1E: >tsacaodid.
When smiles i ; :
b. bedeck,the'pte4uog face, I : ,. ate tQ.rel1Ntt 'tbe Territory'of ,florid
aett.caUlb1uabaud fy with I. IA the 24th
shiiiearttth: grads .' ,, ,tee Congreas bf tbe'United States.WE .
"t < bright I '
lIonel MooczWhonreuonthrongh arc
.. ; r..Jt do do authorized to announce' Major
cloud i t'It do d. WILLIAM WYATT a candid.
t ADf1j 1D".ak.Q a"' ate ;to the
tb do represent ;
from adtctm. : 1o. Territory 'f Florida.
!,# K. e: iI ::',Aa4.AagusttbiDQ'oli.fu .i ml \ do do / is,the'24t1i Congress of the UniteS State !I
; nee 6.a 1,biatteri can -do
for aid do :. /a the + trsor
COUl't. the
Severn:- !
aqytfe tI rs ally, 0.0 the'maid; do .' :do' I fanl '

..\ .r. to. *, ..And. inmeilbe-Honey, ; Moon.:, i do do I Richard Kobcrtt DittrictcfFloXfas" f1 i
<< .. :- itdo' do, ;
) fy; ofttua 1Jn4 '
an .
frotnlipVso sweet Y 1r
; .1 57 hales of: t-5-
890fl9r;mene ,tbaj repeat: ( :. KSffi Cotton,pick. t1
55 ,.1..T i, lApd; 'inUtress'dsre presume'i \ of various kinds: j .J e4 'P-at.w** %_ I!
b i The tteiv'd'IbirerfBeU his chains, ; do AI.r. person," crested in tb0 above'case Siff

Ihfi' 44d itnjffteUbttt;t'.ibcVeiie hii pains, &Ad 1igures. .' areherebypotlfledthatalitlioresdue:

, Then drops the Honey Moon.. ,, was sold money by :tbe for'Marsbtl lhejbgire Cotton
H ; fractiona .. I 1 o ft\it niatricl.
When; "sir,you must come In at three ; ctlersigus ', en cc :a er the payment the >* ppilepez>J'aetsInsadcausehagbeenpaid ,

F MTbere>cwnpanytoainewiUftne, *' .1"' da3Ges Ion 'iatotbeRe
pg CII rf.or the Court
A4dyuaband'sbrowrtlif rearta
dowd'l'enmadsrn iv. ivwiif
TLt aa. (, Of DIDO mODJ!
with sooner.cliitaedbr
rod. A ki
iron "* If< i a of coy
.4ad ,rse .nd<< the 1>> ''' n
; paUeoce !
feel !
t w ti 'Ttieu the load- lioo>cspe II.S or-t SGSSS SSSSS ,
; .of '(', set} the, llpneZ Moo-**' ; ordo"for 'firer ar.. .. ,
I Let_ r et then be bngl 4 't \ .. k \ .Cases utmost,&chuCIJ, 1. 1)7&WK Cod .
rube; prom t411m4ID
x 'Tirill! lonely winter'sNo nit4t ;; p ]
<< ; always oft hs .
uw dip'achetayblootp n. .d a t"TlTiii| it n'r H .i i: ,,_.
'Au'1I> 'tor'print
11UIIIt''ltrol"will cry aloud- t o. ; beJ.. "iU furnish n.c at T J1 BUBlCRIDERr iepeel t1 TJj indiratr .
Good nature's sun ,
peeps throiifa the cloud. lhe 1s trieada and ther pu'bIio; the%
dt1Narbaoges like thVjVooo "ill please baispie arcdtodoaUkiadsof OB.PRIN-

-J ciVJd : to. 1eq'ili '
1,. it to ,the l' CfJlpUoat.... .

'. ... n..ent when Lb u J. ArKltiSON.
key Welt Not
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