Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
Creation Date:
October 24, 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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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III .d_ ___l 1 I ever, having cr pretending Im: ",any right, ', that day* then anil UITP to mtcrp,> r ticir! t +er.>snar d" '\ .-, -L'
-THE::' UNITED STATES AMERICA.. title,claim or interest, in or to the paid brig claims lot the same, Mill to make their alto ,
of Jo'oritla-s Theodore her tackle apparel afqty- I! cations in*support then(. _
I Southern Judicial District I cargo THUS. J-..\S'l'I NM. -- --
To the Mantel of"the Superior Court for the said, by publicly affixing this mnnilioh#>Q By J. A. Tll'HURON, I). M. KliY WfiS'f. ,FLO KID ttATtlltD.lYoc'fo11E1t24,1$3:
said D lridGauTllfG.WIIEREAH' the mainmast of said brigand leavingthere Key West, Oct. nth 1835. -- t
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James Andrews and affixed a true copy hereof, and by all TilE above_case in Admiralty has been

masters of the other lawful ways, mean, and methods adjourned, by order of the Honorable the ADMIRALTY COURT Decisions ill

wecfcingschooners SingleSailur and Splendid whereby this, monition may be made Judgeof said Courtuntil Tuesday the 27th the cases of the Ship Majestic and llriSf'tdrif"t

I ; have exhibited their Libel, stating, most public and notorious, to be and ap day of October inst., when all persons con. : have !been pronounced the last

alleging, and propounding, that whilst pur- pear at the time and place: aforesaid, be. corned or interested therein are hereby cited week by his Honor Judge Webb Forty

suing theit, occupation as weeckers upon fore the Judge aforesaid, and also to attend to be and appear to make their allegations I per cent has :been awarded: to the Salvors o'f

the coast of Florida, upon the 7th of October upon every session and sessions to be held in support thereof the Sea drift's cargo, and to those of the

inst. discovered a brig ashore upon there and from thence until a definite sen THOS. EASTIN, M. Majesties fifiy per cent on the damaged

the Northern end of the triangle shoals, tcnce shall be' read and prornulged in the I By J. A. TIIOURON, D. M. portion and forty per cent on that not dam

which proved to be the brig Theodore of said business inclusively, if,them or any of Key West.,Oct. 9th 1836. aged. We understand that the ultimate!

S' Philadelphia, Sprague, master, laden withan them shall think it their duty so to do, to decision!' of the Court in the case of.the
assorted cargo and bound from Philadelphia hearabide by, and perform, all and singular BriglNoble will not be made !known until

to Mobile. That the raaaler of said I such judicial acts as are necessary and - -SELEC'fJONS.:2: after the sale of the Logwood which has!

brig refused the proffered assistance of the by law required to be done and expeditedin FAITH IN A FATHER'S PUOMISK. impressed been paved.

Libellant Andrews. That upon the 8tli of the premises; nnd further to do nnd receive on my daughter, says Mr. Cecil, the The sale of the SeadriIVs cargo commences

October inst. the Libellant Uenners boarded vhat unto law and justice shall appertain idea of faith in God, at a very early age. on Wednesday 28tli inst.

t the brig and offered assistance which under the pain of the law and con She was one day playing with a few beads -
ti was refused. That at 10, h. 30 m. the tempt thereof the absence or contumacy of which seemed to delight her;: very much; her pj Ollf readers will excuse the late hour
Captain said ho was about to get under- them and every of them in ,anywise not whole heart appeared absorbed in those :winch our paper has made :its appearance

weigh, when the Libellunts immediately I withstanding. And whatsoever you shall beads,.! said to her my dear y ou have some' We have: been so! mortified for the last few

left the brigand proceoded on board of the I do in the premises,you, shall duly certify pretty beads there,, ayes papa," she replied, days; in consequence of an accident whichJiappriid
I' ''l Schr Florida then lyicg near. That in at. I unto the Judge aforesaid, at the time and well now throw them behind the fire. Tliu : to n woithy, friend of ours, that it

tempting to get undcrweigh the brigs anchors I place aforesaid,together with these presents. tears startled in fter eyes,sbe looked earnestly became necessary for us to cense, in some

i ; started and she dragged on the Reef Witness, the Honorable James Webb, at me as. though she ought to have a measure, our operations, in order to stern first. That shortly after "she struck Judge of the said Court, for the said District ; reason for that sacrifice. Well' my dear with: a other in distress, 'l'he cape!

I tho ensign was hoisted union down That this 21st day of October A. D. do as you please, !but you know ] never appears' to lie this: Late in the- evening, as
the said Libellants immediately boarded 1835, and of the Independence of the United told you any thing but what was for ho \\ts betaking/ himself towards: the fair
the said brig in their bvats and found her i States the sixtieth year. good." She look'd at me a few moments, o\.J\. ('( t of his delight, fraught with the business :
ALDEN A M. JACKSON, Clerk. w'licli' took him there, and no doubt
-striking heavily on her side with the rudder then summoning up all her fortitude! .she
j. 1 Therefore Know Ye, to all whom it may forgeitit' t p: tluithc ryas on the earth, ht lIrl.dr'lIly .
unshipped. That the master of the brig concern, that in pursuance' of the above monition dashed them into the fire. 'Well, said 1, ht, "
1 requested that a wrecking vessel might be Nom under the seal of the:District there let them lie, you shall hear more "broti to, against some wwimprovcmct.
brought alongside, when the Libellant Ben- Court of the United States of America for about them some other time" A short The re.ultof .the injury re
t ners went on board of his own vessel (the the Southern District of Florida tome directed time afterwards I bought her a box full of ('ci't'll.(1 have not fully learned, as we"ramoawny

Schr and the wind then blowing and,delivered, hereby give public large beads and some toys besides.: 'Wl" en "
l heavy Splendid erweigh with double-reefed notice to all persons in any manner interested 1 returned home I opened the treasure, and Wonder"hat this has to do with the

1 tnaiiwil l, and jib with bonnet off, beat up the therein Superior,.that Court they to be be and holden appear in and before for set them down before her. She burst. into Curpotatiun"=
under the lee of tho Reef and anchored, tears ofecstacy. Those child -
tbe said District,at the Court House in rpy arc By a rrcfnt arrival from
Tampa: \vr nre
when shu dragged both anchor, and was Key West, on Monday tbe 26th day of yours, because you belived me when I t told
in of the
put osscsMon:;: following inform-} !)
obliged to get underweigh again. That October at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of you it would be better to throw those few ; |
lion relative In the late Indian
this was repeated three times with like rc- that day, then and there to interpose their paltry beads into the fire. 1 have brought t outrage in
Cults, when on the fourth attempt a hawser claims for the same,and to make their alle you what is infinitely more valuable. But, that: <]lInrfc'T. As there has been some statement -

''t was carried out from the brig in two of the gations in support thereof. my dear, remember as long as you live what previously: published, we deem it on.

,. actor's boats with great danger and the JOS. A.TAOS. EASTIN, U.S.RI.By faith is. ,, :You threw away your beads ly necessary to give our readers some of thepariirtibiM
' Schr was made fast to the brig, and that when I bid you' -because you hud faith in : which occurred after! the murder
of the Sailor Key West, Oct. 21st 1835. of( i ho cr.rner of the U. S. Mail: !, l 1rtwecn -
assisted by the crews Single me that I never advised you but for your
t and FJoridaatcmpted( to haul alongside, but THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. good. Pnt the same confidence in u'ud. Tauipi Hay and Fort Kim:

could not lay on account of the sea breaking SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF FLO Believe eAery thing that he says in his word, It jipj-ciirs that after the act was discov
' i all around tho brig and the boats would not RIDA.-Ss., whether you understand it or not. Have crud, ( Ten. Thompson, the agent, assembled

' live to take off tho cargo. That tho master To the Manhal of the Superior Court far the faith in him who means, nnd wills every the Chiefs fur the purpose! of demanding of
of the .then commenced heaving for thorn the delivery of the murderers and
I' 1 brig over said Dittrict GREETING. thing your good. ,
1. .a tbo deck load. That the Splendid 'lay un. .. thai they agreed with .the exweption of the

r it dcr the leo of tho brig (by request of the WHEREAS, Stephen schooner Coombs Fair, master Amer. SMUQOLIMO EXTRAORDINARY Saturday chtaf of'( tlm Micisuky; tribe, a party of

'' master) made,fast to the brig by a hawser ican, has exhibited his Libel for and oo be a very singular discovery of contra- which committed the outrage. A despatch 1
and :a new 1 ,.! inch grass line, until 9 h. halt of himself and all others interested with band goods was made by the revenue offi was immediately to Fort King minder
30 m.P. M. when she parted both fasts I him, stating alleging propounding, that cers. On Gally-quaylower Thames street, escort, for.the (purpose! of conveying mttlli-:
and had to make nail on the schr. and leave 1 the said Libeliant.* together with Henry a case foreign toys had been just! landed gencelotlnt post The Indians generally
t'r' Drown, of This- from a ship recently arrived from Calais und willing leave the .
the brig(which before that time had beat over master wrecking sloop appear country, rxrrpt
,+ Reef&nd lay in two fathoms water) and :tie, and John Thompson! ,, master of the ii- a custom house weigher, wishing to please! the !.Mirniuky! tribe, who have hruke9rnd'
4 the
his children with wooden horse
censed Isabella a asked the
wrecking sloop'Sarah almost into rebellion tkcomitiy <
basin bank where she open paiading
the !
!; run under lay with great lebor and difficulty, saved and merchant to whom they were consigned fur
,' until morning, tho wind and sea heavy du. brought to this port, a quantity of logwood, one,'which be refused, and rather peremptorily nrntinil and giving the war whoop>
ring the whole ,time. At 10 o'clock on being the greater part of the cargo of the ordered the weigher to return it to and making threats to this purport, that
j the morning of the 9th October inst. the brig Thomas, Gilbert Tweedie master the box, which be did ;, but after the merchant tiny would snt1 r to Jose every life of tl.e
j brig had her colors hoisted and tho Libel. which said brig wa* wrecked on the Florida had retired, the officer pulled a horse tube iwfurntlipy would give up tl.e murdercrs. .
lant Andrews boarded her. Reef, then being bound oo voyage from out of the case which broke, and displayedto Thus defying: all authority, they roam
That the master of the brig then wanted: Laguna to London and that their sarviccs hw view twelve pairs of French silk net ai large about the country. It is supiovdthat | !
( 1 the rudder being in saving the same (as is alleged) have gloves, which had been ingeniously secreted the porjiclrators( of the horrid deed hateretired :
a pilot, but unshipped in the interior before the horse ,
been meritorious, and merit the consideration was paint
to r lie vicinity of Charlottes Harbor,
Cant Andrews would not attempt to run of his Court. ed. The inside of every toy was found to
her in. That in tho afternoon the brig And whereas, the Judge of thctaid Court contain similar Articles; horses dogs, lambs wheiethcy mee1 with protection and security -
got underweigh to run in, but struck and for tbe said District bath ordered and directed and donkeys were stuffed with silk gloves, : among; the Indians residing there
knocked the rudder off and remained fast on Friday next tbe 23d- of October and 178 dozen pairs were seized valued at (Thompson had left for the purport

on tho Reef all night, the weather so bad inst. for all persons concerned to be cited 200J- There were twelve children's drums, a* was supposed: ,.of procuring aid from tinnnliiia. -
that the wreckers run down to Key Rod.tegttli and intimated appear at tbe Courthouse in each which were found twelve pairs of .
to make harbor. On the lOtli of at Key West in said District, to shew causeif gloves. The whole were so ingeniously The 5hr.. Plonghboy: had arrived! from
have judgment should packed, and the toys so well finished, that
any they why not
and beat St: MttrksHhriiiMinrui officer to take charge
October inst got undcrwergh up ; ;,
f pass as prayed. had it not been for the above accidental oc
i.. i In the-- bria. thu wind fresh tromN.E. That You are therefore horoliv _itfKnriatwl...__.. --._ em.. currence, they would most probably have of On ft. Zhntzinger'acnmpany.
*. the master of the brig would take no assistance powereJ, and strictly-----1 enjoined, peremptorily passed the custom house.-London paper. O T-Weuwlcrsi.; nd it is rumored in llj'

: but attempted! to drive the brig to cite and admonish all persons! whatsoever vana: that Sfcin. will probaply in a short
t over the Reef. At night it blowing fresh having or pretending to have any \V !sIA itNazoOct.. l'
the'wrecker run in to make a harbor, with right title claim or interest in or to the The furniture Commodore Hull was sold time recognise the independence of Mexico

r the exception of tho Splendid, which vts- logwood, aforesaid, by serving on Gilbert at public auction on Monday last.-The and the South; American State. It i+ ;and
Tweedie late master of tbe said brig Thomas Commodore has, we believe, surrendered
tho brig by of the. news' and we hop to hertll crr.
eel remained by request m"pro\.p:
this monition, and leaving with him the command of the Navy Yard.temporarily
said master. That on the 11 th of October said Gilbert Tweedie, a true COPT hereof; to Captain Gallagher, and will leave the The only regrc-i: it can occasion, is tint it
inset the Splendid hauled alongside said and by all other lawful ways, means city in a day or two. i should not l+ave been done long ago.
brig, and took out about G40 kegs of gun- and methods, whereby this monition -
powder, the wind fresh and the Splendid may be made most public and notorious, It is rumored that Commodore Patterson, O:7'U:: the Schooner Shamioc! room ?'.
l her off to be and at the time and whose arrival from the Mediterranean
striking,was!obliged to haul before appear place may Mark wmreceVCd: a quantity of old papers -
finishing loading her with cargo, and not aforesaid, before the Judge aforesaid, be shortly looked! for, will bo appointed to which hare been congregating at th"t
and also to attend session and the command of the.
being a1! wed by the master to take any of sessions to be held upon there every and from thence Washington Navy place since> the! change of our mail rouuWo r

I'I the cargo off in boats could not take as until' a definite sentence shall be read and Yard.We that W. wish: our contemporaries with whore
Captain Chauneeyhas
much cargo: as was wanted On.tbe 12tli nromulged in the said business inclusively : requested be from the- we i'\chan;; tit rend their papers via:
of October inst. the Schr Single Sailor if them or any of them shall think it their command of the Navy Yard relicT at' Pensacola. Charleston. Among the papers receive;
; hauled alongside said brig and took a cargo duty so to do, to hear abide by, and performall and a successor will probably be designatedin are several I numbers of the Jacksonville,
I and afterwards proceeded for Itey West. and singular such judicial acts as are necessary a day or two. We have heard Captain Courier, and \vu were gratified to find, tia'! : '
Ttnf the said brig was ashore on a most and by law required to be done and Boston named as likely to be assigned to the spirithirh!, was manifest: in its rolotnns -
l dangerous part of the Reef. That her rudder expedited in the premises,and further to do that station.-Army and Wavy Chron. on its first appearance 'had not become
and receive what unto law and justice shall
was That her was ot a ERRORS PRESS. And extinct with the of time It
gone. cargo appertain, under the cam of the law: and or THE you can't lapse ,
particularly dangerous nature and liable to contempt thereof,the absence or contumacy think what havoc these demons sometimes bids fair to stand at the !head of the list In
damage,and that it was impossible for the of them and every of them in anywise choose to make of on's sense, and what's Florida, if its elder brethren do not brush
said master to havegotten Ins brig off the Dotwitbltandia(. And whatsoever you shall worse of one's rhymes. But a week or two up their faculties. As for the Pcnsacohiazettf
Reef and proceeded on his voyage without do in the premises, you shall duly certify since, in my ode upon Spring,which I meantto ( it is quite n treat to meet with ao
usiiUnce, and that a largo part: of the car- unto the Judge aforesaid, at the time and talk'd have made of the a"dew most drops bcautif from thing the whereI editorial article in its columns.
wreckers consisted place aforesaid, together whit these freshly
of ,pfctbe of pres. "
Dee ents. blown roses! the nasty thing made it"(rum
gunpowder. Wherefore the Libellanu pray the freshly blown noses!" And once, whento FROM; NOW YORK.-By the Seta
that tbeusa,1 process in Admiralty issue, Witness, tbe Honorable James Webb, please: my cross aunt, I had tried to commemorate Lady Washington, New York papers ot
takng1nto possession the said brig Theodore Judge of the said Court for the said District, some saint of her clique who'd the 6th Cth and7tli inst. were received In
together with the goods her lading, this 16thday of October, A. D. 1SS: ,and of just died having said be "bad taken up in town. contain but little interesting
and: that on hearing of the case, a proper the Independence of the United States the Heaven his position," they made it, he'd They
sixtieth matter.
them. year. "taken up to Heaven his phisician!"
and S just salvage be decreed to ALDEN A. M. JACKSON Clerk. .''1007',', Fudftt. News from Paris up to 1st Sept. were
And whereas, tho Judge of the said
ordered Therefore know ye, to all whom it may We find the following morceau in the N. received on the 6jh. Nothing definite to
foe the said bath
Court District that in that date known relation to our
concern pursuance of the above York Star Let those of our Councilmenwho was in
and directed on Monday the 26th day of monition from under the seal of for fact which the New
&. District voted the bill, (::7* LOOK TO IT. indemnity treaty, a ,
October in.U, for all persons concerned to Court of the United State of America for [Floridian."Our York Editors attribute to the excitemeo
be cited,aad; intimated to appear at the the Southern District of Florida,tome directed old friend Lot Clark, Esq has a which had existed in Paris in consequence
1. Court House ,t Key West in aid District, and delivered, I do hereby give pub charter fur a Trust'Company in Florida.In of the attempt upon the life of the Ring .
to ibetrcause,if any they have, why judge lic notice to all persons in any manner ini ,ft few years our. Regency will tend to the attention of the Government being
not paw as prayrd. teretted therein, that they be and appear every part of the Union, some of her political *
meatAheold !
before tbe Superior Court to be holden in graduates, who will instruct the new entirely engrossed with the circumstance
You are therefore hereby authorised em aDd fortthe said District,at the Conrt Homin countries in tie art and mystery of the connected therewith.
powered and strictly enjoined, peremptorily Key West, on Friday the ttd day of New York system cf the fete ruling the The assassin Ffe*& bad recovered from)
I to cite and admonish olj( persons whatso October at 10 o'clock an the foreaoa of [ maaty'. his wounds and persisted; in asserting that



nte was CtHlccrne,,r I''',, J him i a tic! a.. be can derive from a visit to it tlc: game I Wi: tire accused, earl that. (too in round I i on tho late election, never To probably"subscriber to revert ':

rte tack on Louis rhilippe.The benefit which is offered him \by a residence terms! for 'having ns the writer Supposes, to them ftgain our i .
and friend II [I. M.\ who"sets up" for n
forwarJ of
from wandered from straight path
accounts from Spain confirm thooyrruoiisly abroad. From circumstance,and
received of tho situation: of affairs the well earned reputation of St. Augustine neutrality in controversies, which we marked critic upon our course, wo can only give

( in 'that'' country. The Carlists retain it will probably l long continue to rc- out for ouisolves when our labors com the warning contained in tho following

possession of tho Basque! Provinces and of cch'c'Its visitations nnd we do not know of menced. We plead not guilty and have homely stanza: ..,? I
Xivarre, and no military: movements verdict which follow-citi- "You "set up" for what you choose' \ :
fear of the our may.
imortancc had taken place.A another place except Key: West, that can no ;
I any letter from Leghorn in the Augsburg vie with it in the advantages of climate zcns, to whom we refer the mi'Ucr, will As easily as wear old shoes; \\J!

I Gazette says:-"The Diamon I merchants throughout the Southern country. We render in the case However' low nt present :, \!

in the west of Italy have lately been surprised have never visited St. Augustine, but have The only limitation to our editorial But when you have "set up" in v m.; r

l hy the sudden appearance in the market invalids course prescribed by us, is containedin And find yon.must sit down again /
heard considerable made ,
complaint by J
: i of an inundation of jewels of the high (J I
k est value. The great beauty of those thus of the occasional coldness of the atmosphere the prospectus or our paper in which 'Tis terribly, unpleasant. W, vA/. ;

presented to them, and the known superiority affecting them more severely avowed our determination to exclude from TORSION iitTSRrcRWfCt.- : h a fact,

0: the ancient precious stones over from tho fact that the comforts and conven- its columns all party controversy,"and so and one of importance than' is generally ,
\ more
f those found in modern days, and, beside", far conscious of our own actions, n
lances which can be applied t<) relieve the as we are imagined that there are now in our
severnl of those now offered for sale are
known as from description there can be no severity of the weather at the North, are in we do not know that we have ever swerved 'Custom House.says the N6 York Gazette, '

doubt that they come from the convents in a great measure wanting. This objection one iota from that expressed determination. recently received from EKOLAND, a large

Sp-iin. The monkF, who have saved: them, would not apply with aa nr.i: ch force to We have pursued, and intend still to pur number of ABOLITION TRACTS. Is it not

are now converting them in'o mnnp..which Key West. Since the settlement of the sue that course which has for its object the rrobable that the crowned heads of the old *
tliry remit to Don Carlos, that it may frticjfy and world are aiding and abetting the infamous'
prosperityof Key as wo
Island the has ; proceed
two occasions
only on
in his hand*. This commerce i is not mercury project now in operation in this country by ,
I only carried on nt Turin, but extends into : stink below tho 50lh degree of Fahrenheit we shall fearlessly express our opin Abolitionists If this be not the case'what 'l

Iower Italy' to Milan arid even to Vienna, During the last winter, the coldest ions upon all topics connected with what is the object of a Foreign Correspondent .

to the great detriment of the Diamond merchants. ever experienced here, and felt so severely we have so sincerely at heart, in accordancewith

I ." throughout the c.ountry-the lowest temperature the motto at the head of our sheet- LUNAR DISC YERIJIJ.-W:! e hear (says the ". /{

The English Chancellor of the Exchequer was 45 degrees. Kullius addictusjurarc in rterba magis- New Yorker) that a deputation reached our 1

moved in the House of Lords on the city on Saturday.from the Faculty of Yale f
We cannot, however, in the present con- X College,for the of making further
2Sih; August,the third reading of the slave purpose'
T dition of the place as regards accommodations according to the dictates of any master.
and We imagine
j trade Bill- inquiries investigations. can t
fbr invalids!! rtcnrnmend Key West We would ask :any one of common sense, the black visages of the venerable, ."
Mr. observed that
the slave tradewas
at the present moment carried on in I j as! strongly as other circumstances would whether the, expression of a man's own professors when they had been informed .,

Cuba, under the Spanish flag and ho desired warrant, but were supplied with a greater opinions in h'is own paper upon matters of that they had been "regularly done," by >a, ,,

I to know whether:, the treaties with Spain number of boarding: houses properly fitted interest the, community. in which ,he re- penn -liner.

. which had cost this country upwards of up, we know of no place that would bo sites can be considered a controversy? To '
C00,000 pounds, to be enforced IhuRBOLEA wag describing the poverty ;
were or
more deserving the attention of invalids.In constitute a controversy one would supposo of Cows in Florida, remarked that
it :
whether/ was the intent tion of the Government ,
I to :form/ new engagements' with fact, we hue heard of many extremely there/ should be some question discussed-: one wanted at lead web atoll feeding t- ,I

tlie! Spanish Government for the entire suppression anxious to come to' Key: West who are disputants on both sides arranged-arguments it before had been it would'known answer to require for a two skeleton, and sometimes ; and* i,1! I ,

of the :slave:: trade? arc only deterred by the fear of not being pro and con advanced; but it seems three of them, to cause one hadow i. ,"

I Mr. C. Wood was sorry to say that the sufficiently well accommodated. We hope such is not the opinion of "E. B. M.-it V' [Mw- rker. ','(, I

I statement of the lion. Member respecting! ere long tho want of proper houses will bo is only necessary that oursentiments shouldbe The above reminds us of some sheep w* :)
tip! existence of the slave trade in Cub.isns
I saw once in the of New York 1
vicinity soslim
think would in opposition to those of a of ,\
\ cnriect, and several raptureof ships!' supplied, aa we success car portion '
etigaued in that trallic had recently been tainly attend the erection of d our readers, or in other words, that we and weak, that they wero obliged tr 1

,:) made.; Negotiations:, 'however were at they be well c 'nd ucled.CJr several should find it impossible to agree in opinion lean against the fences when grazing. ,.f
,1 l prp.-ent going( on with Spain fir the f
purpose with every one of our subscribersandbehold --Ccoiar! go catch my big ,
of effecting a new treaty for the complete >< The fo110vin': anonymous: communication bone there. .
;, suppression of the slave trade.In has been handed to us for publica: we are at once deeply involved in Yes sari! What you call be name, tart
,reply to an observation of Mr. Buxom: controversy. We commend "E. B. Al." loa Olympus; dont you know what the poet
tion and it is written in
t Tho Chancellor of the Exchequer said, although a style better knowledge of his dictionary. says about 'hgh Olympus

i negotiations having the same ol.jYct! in highly objectionable on many accounts,we "Tho prospect11 seems to :be rather a melancholy I don't know bout Hio-but he limpus:
i \ie\v, wero at present pending between this give it to our readers for ns much it ii is miff, das for sartin.
one for the optics of our controversialist
t Government and P rluqal. worth, apologising at the same time for '
i I Tire bill was then read a third time and and ,we regret that when we gave TRICKS or THR: LAW-A lawyer, (as the ,;
filling considerable portion of our paper story goes) when pleading the cause of are r
,1 passed: find. was also! the slave trade (pets. with matters connected so much ,with our readers a sight of its we had nol obser infant, took the child in' his arm*, and peer.
f nark! ) bill.PLACESOFftESOIlTFOR. our ved,that we were enabled' 'td number the seated it to the jury suffused with 'tears.
; '- own affairs- what eve would not do, had votes given for the respective candidates at This had 'a great;effect : ,but the opposite .

i INVALIDS we not reason to know the source whence the.late election, from the counsel asked, what made him aryl Iff ,
manner '
t A communication with the above heading communication emanated. open' in .pinched fMtJlald the little innocent.A .,
\ which the individual
'". i is inserted In the New York Journal: of Foil TUB E t'mFn.- a resident of votes were claimed at ; -
LONG Nose.
rile polls by the friends of either -A Paisley manufacturer ,
West and desiring its i
Key ,
I prosperity as party.It
Co-nmeice for tho 6th t
iust. in which the having got by lame accident a Ie'ere.cut
earnestly as some of those who are moreintimalt'lv wag not therefore for u
necessary us to investigate across the note, and having'no court
ritcrhimselfan plaster
1 invalidrecommends! above i
connected with it, we feel impelled or determine opinions personal at hand, stuck on his unfortunate proboscis 1
1 all others, tho Wand: of St. Croix as the to notice an article in your Ja?t motives," the one of his gum tickets, on which was the ',\
particularly latter and
{ place! at present most favorable us a resort paper, headed "Ihe prospect" ; asjt usual intimation, Warranted 350 yards

for those who are suffering from pulmonary From time to time, you have stated that'our appears an exposure of these,motives might long. I.

: or other diseases and obliged to seek n \ paper should not be open to tho discussion have been "distressing" we are glad that --- -. --- .!:. ".---... .
of local politics, and wo readily they were not discovered. We FOlTSALE. t'
refuge!:( from the chill blasts of a Northern agreed that its entire freedom from parly- not possess HOUSE AND LOT now oc- ,\\
a nice THE
Lt wilier! lie introduces his recommendation ism would render it tho more acceptable t to very faculty guessing, but we by W. H. WALL, for terms, I

of St. Croix with some\ remarks: upon community.. Now we would ask you can wonder if it is not possible some may which will be moderate,apply on the pro- } | J
in the spirit of candour whether havo want resolutions passed by the mises. Oct. 24 47tr.
such places generally, nnd gives a list of you next Council [ j ;,
not deviated<< from this rule? Wo think that t ), naming their farms or houses ---. .
those most furious in which he inserts St. as, --
neither of the who
gentlemen were candidates John Hall did'at
and the last, or perhaps 5Harnc gntcUfccurc. ,
Augustine West. some
Key at the late election: desired any such 4
'S Of( all this list," he observes, there aid; they both relied on their own merit, applicants for office, from the system of PORT OF KEYWES'1','. "" .

arc fi.-w indeed that offer advantages to invalids they were both inactive, and the majority private legislation pursued at Tallahasse, .
of two was mere chance affair. think it ARRIVED. .
may probablo
they be
superior to remaining at home saving may recom.
OCT t2'-Scbr
Possessing neither the ability nor the do Caroline,Qeiger,CarJlord .,
their money, and enjoying tho great blessingof sire to penetrate his wishes, we can by the whole Legislature.' In either ( Reed, merchandize'from wrecked brig
social with say case however, we see Theodore,of Philadelphia, to O'Hara.. I
converse their families, and nothing to so much of"the prospect" as no reason why. Schr Florida
the rainy: religious!' privileges with which ware n investigates and determines the opinions of tho persons should be "distressed" at having Patrick-- ,Stout Reef, to R. Fits,

s-irronnded in our highly favored land." every resident voter respecting a corpora their wishes known Schr John Denison, Cold, Indian Key

** St. Augustine, Madeira: and Italy lion, nor would we pretend to deny the We were entirely at a loss for sometime ballast, to F. A"lJro"ne.IIBS'oopJJriUfant .
verity of your statement showing! that all)I Egan, Camford H. t
to discover
a re the most famous but wo will venture tho meaning of this 54000 Lumber
; the voters on one side desired a Corporation rhapsody from wreck brig Blake. {
toillinn that where ono person, particularly! and vice rersa. We presume that a similar about "Tho prospect" (an article written ly, to F. A'. Browne. I; '

',if consumptive/ i is bencfitted, from 3 to 5 course of reasoning enabled you to discov. coolly and dispassionatelyand: expressing &c.Schr from Olive wreck Branch schooner, Green Pizarro., Reef '>aiM, i
derive no advantage or are injured." * er that" several voted from personal motives our private views of an election in whichwe Schr Lady Washington, Swain, .N.v*.
'St., though for the sake of thin delinquents York, 10 da, to muter bound
Augustine in this country D3grcata had: taken but little part,)until we came to St. Marks.
we are happy that you refrained Ifc Scbr Azora, Bath t i
Riley, potatoes.
reputation Madeira: and Italy generally from specifying these motives. Your to the concluding paragraph. We ask our apples,die to master. I;

have in England and France; but we arcbold clemency will of course be a lesson to themto fellow citizens to peruse it, and then refer 20-Brig Montella, from Boston,bound

to say from much information, principally i- act more patriotically in future. Anposure ex- to what it comments upon, and see If there to Mobile. 'h' I
Sloop Loreto New Load
would be distressing !i. to derived
from Physicians who have resided By the last paragraph is any thing in our remarks like a wish to Sloop Evergreen, ''do *- > tftf \
a* one of f
there, for the of yoursubscriber'J them 21-Brig Aldeberonto
purpose improving prevent in ,DaviiProvide&c
f and friends, we hear ourselves any measure to sundries ....
their to master.
that its reputation i3 founded called to have"no securo a City Charter
upon part nor lot in any probable we Sloop Enterprise .Bonce
on a false basis,and it deserve* to rank on meeting or discussion, the result of which would recommend them to pursue any salted Fish,to F.A. Browne. Bay,, I ,

the same level we give to the! two formerplaCt' may tend to secure for us a City Charter. course tending to frustrate the I SAILED,. '
We have This, Siris what we particularly object to. very object OCT. 17-Scor Splendid Curry,Jteet. .
never been tbcr. that '
but have
we had
We so long in view? No It i
are confident' that n majority of our Brig Alpha Thomas, Charleston. ,
were so well satisfied in relation to it, thatwe citizen' desire n Corporation/ nnd so do \\a+ fur the very purpose of securing a city Brig ApaUchicoU, Apalachicefa. :

were deterred from visiting it last winter we, if we can obtain a Charter which will charter\hii\ : we warned our friends lo shan Bloop.Eden, Fish Havana "
and have since taken best subserve the 1D-8chr Lidv Watbinftonn swain, fit!
some pains togninall interests of the come all public meetings where it is probable'the. Marks., .

the information within our reach. We nity would at large;-if be such a one cannot be had subject will be discussed. "They are devices 91-Sloop Brilliant, !Ecu, Hainan.

have just been informed that a Physician we freely without any. How are of the ft-S'oop, Loreto,Sawyer to ? ,
we to know what power the Charter enemy"We Mootella,Mobile.
ef may Brig: .
much eminence of this
City, sailed last confer,unless we pecify them to our Rep. have alrendy l 1.1 a vote of 33 to 17 23.-Sebr John Den Oll, Cold, ,,*, l '
week for St. Croix who spent he last win- resentativef Let every citizen therefore, 1dEl\IORANDA.-Bchn Susan
told the end
tor,which was, we admit,a very unfavorable who will be taxed,and subjected to its or Legislative Council' wo wish for a David Rogers, 10 days from fe* York

ono, in St. Augustine, and his opinion u dinance, express his views as to what Charte; as plainly as if the wordy had been bound '0. ApalachicoU:-passed through,

adverse to the salubrity of that place, -thegeneral the amount different the different, kinds of he taxed, and s S?f adU to theprofbions we wish it the North West Channel} on 20U last

vocations shall! f, the ,w !*solaui, they can be regulated without The sloop BUndard,Place,fo K
expression of those medical gentlemen salaries of officers and of ,.\!ett,
direct is.
foe te& ,
with whom we have conversed. voters. And to do this in the most efle* ventioa of either public meeting Mil! s About ad'ertlaed.tOth.Oet. Q.N4I.1'o. papers, to

There is a charm about one's own country tive manner, let us hold a general meetiritf, oft rnr "a1thongh"E. bl.Ii" should ,

that will lead an invalid to and appoint a suitable committee to draft' attend both-ad wd therefore say again Many vessels ''hive pas, (l ,Sand Karr
prefer:any Charter that secure to the 'let the bound to the westward during the l.i
plax within in limits u great At *adit't+t. At for ou reel res we ,
} over every other, if benefit. E B. M. : 'lloEeWsconttovet : week -bat we have not hard thatehotved tift'
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TABLE JFOR 1635 furnish, fiom, i :- ounc Onion, drawings less::: Satire ; Review of New Works, &'c'

I and illustration, of every subject of &c. ; and embellished with superior Engravings

FHOM THE JOURNAL KEPT AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE KEY WEST. "hl'rercsr, wfjrch flu publishers confidently : ; Fine Wood Cuts; Plate of thr

'I believe will enable them to issue n work Fashions, and Music. Price three dollars

----- -' honorable to its title and acceptable to the per annum, payable in advance.
=--I\ionthly. Daily range- .Rain. Sb ow- American People. The PAIJLOH MAIJAZINF.: is now in the

I ._..- --- 'n' I I-R'- The American 'Magazine is published meridian of its popularity; and as aspiring

MONTI .E E : .. ..: ri en on n monthly-each number containing between hopes without a shadow, and cloudles
I S&.<<. I .d S... E ct .rJ.. .bD". I -:II:I> I n II S> d ays. daj!. lily. forty and fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two prospects without a horizon, continue to

14,50 :W'9 t Dollars per annum, payable in advance. cheer it on its way, we may reasonably anticipate
20,50 1,00 6
January. 80.50 54tJU : 1 I I ,400 for it of
a long day triumph. For
34,50 16,00 2,00 9,187 0 2 ( 0,000
February 9,50 45,00 / 65,362 I I It comprises-Portraits nnd Biographical mechanical
82,50 53,50 71,16J 29,00 13,75 1,00 9,09J 0 1 0,050V general appearance, arrange-
Marc\ Sketches of Americans-
April. .: G,50 55,75 76,487() / 30,7b U,50 5,00 ,991 1 I 2 1.150 distinguished ; ment, and typographical execution, it may

May . 86,75 70,00 79,775 16,75 11,50 I 5,75 9,400 2 6 3,610 Views of Public Buildings, Monuments, justly assert its claims to rank among the

June. .. 89.50 73,50 / 80,977 16,00 1150 4,50' 8,596 J I 12 3,150 I and improvements ; Landscape scenerythe most beautiful periodicals in the United

July . 89,50 73,75 82,491 15,75 12,00 7,00 8,917 3 12 3,255 boundless variety and beauty of which} States.' The Literary department is con

August.. 89,25 14,00 I 82,157 15,25 11,50 425 8,024 2 I 13 5,930 in this country, will form an unceasing tributed to by many of the ablest writer.-?

Septcmb. 88,00 13,00 15,00 10,50 4,00 .7,075 2 16' I 5,900 source of instruction and gratification; Engravings in the country-men whose names, if thee

----- ---- and descriptions of the character, gave us permission to use them, woulii} ;

ft The Thermometers 'arc lUmtrnrono's self Registering horizontal thermometers habits, &c. of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and save us the trouble of circulating our claim

Insects, together with every subject connected on the public through the medium of a

t ," kept within doors, but in a free circulation of air during the night as well as the I with the Geography, History, Natural proFpcctii
day. I and artificial resources of the country, illustrated I For selection, the literary gardens of all

in a familiar and popular manner. America and half Europe: arc open to us

-- -- .- BOSTON BEWICK CO. lint if fail in this
--- so ( we particular, the defect
MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS. Augustine on the second clay of November No 47 Court Street. must be only attributed to a want 01taste. \

"' next at 10 o'clock A. M., and will be 0 y Editors of Newspapers throughoutthe .-The "Fashions" shall meet wilL
"Tun DEVIL'S TO PAY. -This phrase from time time United State who will the
1 kept open to by adjournment publish due attention. We have made arrangeincnls .
doubtless originated in a printing office, on until the whole of the Stock shall t be foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con to obtain the earliest intelligence

some Saturday night1" settlement of weekly the subscribed, not exceeding thirty days. tents of the Magazine from time to time, : from London and Paris, in respect to the

wages. "John, says the publisher to LOT CLARK, shall be entitled to thefirst'volume. I various; changes, which! shall be inserted ac

book-keeper, how stands the cash ac- ROBERT RAYMOND REID, Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, I soon as received. The Parlor Magazine
+ count'1 'Small balance on hand sir,1"Let's THOMAS DOUGLAS. Ten Dollars shall receive six :
post paid, shall! iio occasionally: embellished with
sec; rejoins the ,publisher, the Commissioners. copies for,one J car-and continued as longas beautiful; engravings upon interesting sub

will" that go towards ,satisfying June,20,1835. [32-10w.] the money is regularly forwarded.A jecis; and I plales of the nc\\cst fashions
hands? John begins to figure arithmetically will be for
due Potkins much Tk! O 1'ICE.-:Six weeks afterdate applica- price paid appropriate plain\ or colored, as circumstances'
much to
; so JL"iI l lion will be made to the Judge of the and well written articles, or drawings, pcrnill, besides wood cuts in a great variety,
toTypus, fo much to Gruhhle, and so on county court of the county of Hillsboroughby illustrative of national subjects, possessing and a piece of original or well selected
dittos. Tho .
through a dozen publishet the undersigned for letters of administration interest. Subscriptions received at thisCcThe Aiiisic, at least 'twice a month. N

1 stands aghast. "Here is not money enough on the estate of Antonio Ppcbeco of work be at the Oflice Highly, finished portraits of all the
can seen ((:::
,!by a jug full. "No sir, and besides said county deceased.
of the West British and American frog
Key Enquirer. at
poets, :
there is the devil to pay.-Nan. Inq.SWALLOWING. QUININA PACHECO. gee
i downwards in
user arc preparation
will in the Magazine from time
.-A young man, after entering Tampa, Hillsborough county, monthly Magazine containing Tale appear
-Aug. 24, 1335. [41-Gw.] l1Iul. e, with a general critique on tl e :auto :'
into a marriage engagement, cornrnu- original and selected, Moral and Scientific tin works] annexed to each ; the head

nicated the circumstance (o a friend with U. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE, ) Essays, Poetry, from the best authors !- thor's viva ()f Shakfpcarc will Ic forth-

e,. the name> of1 his intended bride.. Key West, 13th October 1835. $ the Quarterly representation of and re j ill February-Brjant's: will followcoining
Indeed,"said my friend, < yo uarc aware NOTICE hereby given.that Ladies' Fashions, adopted in Philadcl would
N PUBLIC putagraph: we respectfully
\ she} has been a mother, but not a wife''!" of a decree of the Honorable :)him lred. Music of the newest To tins j-enJei's, attention as the ulcrtal.,
"Yes but love her well enough to swallow Superior Court for the Southern Judicial
\ sty ,t call fl'C'nc' of the i arid la
I greatest expense
District of Florida in I shall
that proceed to sell on Wednesday the 28th of Published regularly on tltc first day of every, lug is 0C|| likeness shall all lie taken L'I' \.'
"What is worse, she has two children. month by Loris A (JUDEat Ao. H, bur.
i October inst. at the Warehouse of Oliver masters.
r The lover scratched his head- O'Hara Esq. in the city of Key West at Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place, the best ngsi/inc; is printed on super-rova'!

"I did not know that,"said he"but- public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, Philadelphia. The:Alquarto form and stitched in a
I love hor well enough to swallow that. the entire cargo of the wrecked brig Sea Embellished with a beautiful and extensive paper, in cuter.Office .

"Still more," said his informant, the I Drift, consisting of Packages assorted and variety of engravings, from original G7 Lilcrly-strcet New-York.
t last was a Hack: one" seasonable dry goodspackages of hardware, and selected designs, both colored and ** ** Editors of who! w'sl.}
: "If 1 swallow that d Good! crates and casks of crockery,casks of spir- ** Newspapers,
4 -n me.- plain, with two engraved title pages, find
ot with will
its, wines,&c exchange *, oblige by copyingthis n
-- two distinct indexes, (intended to perfect
". The goods can be examined by cataloguesix prospectus and forwarding their paper
F i4v ; .AN AUTUMN'rIlOUGUT. days! previous to the day of sale. separate volumes in the year,) also, a choice oflice.

4 We watch the summer leaves and flowers THOS. EASTIN, U.S.M. collection of Music original and selected, I -.=-

decay, "By J. A.,THOURON, D. M. arranged for the piano or guitar, with nearly PROSPECTUS

And feel a sadness o'er the spirit thrown -- 600 paces largo octavo letter press, and
MARSHAL'S OFFICE ) Of a Monthly Magazine, to Ic enfithiiTnu
'' As if the beauty fading fast U. only THREE DOLLARS PER ANN UrSI.
Nature's away Key West:! 14th October 1835. f Each numbc rof this*periodical contains! Sorxurnx: LITERARY .Tot'ir:>.\L.
would leave
From scenes our PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given.that To be jmblithfdin Charleston, S, C.
hearts more lone, "y.virtue of a decree of the Honorable Superior 48 pages of extra royal octavo letter press, 111LU numerous literary period;.

E i More desolate, when sunny hours are gone, Court for the Southern Judicial Dis printed with clear, new, and beautiful type, W cal are issued from the American

t And much of joy from outward. things trict of Florida in Admiralty, I shall proceed (arranged after the manner of the London Press, which are liberally patronized hit

wo find, to tell on Tuesday tho 3d day of November "La Belle Assembler,") on paper of the been a subject of general that sine
But from treasures than next, at the Warehouse of F. A. finest texture and whitest color. ll i is embellished regret,
more our own the discontinuance of that able work tin
Browne Esq. in the town of Key West, at with splendid Engravings on Copper ,
Through winter's storm; the higher: hopesof Southern! Review there has been :
to the highest bidder for cash, wo Magazine -
mind public outcry and Steel, executed ,by artists of the
the entire cargo: saved from tho wrecked established in South Carolina, affording
skill and distinction and
The trust which sears from earth-earth ship Majestic, consisting of upwards of 1000 highest: embracingevery a suitable medium through which the

has no chains to bind. bales of cotton, and 13 hhds of Tobacco; variety of subjects.-Among theseare opinions of our best writers might bf
with the sails anchors, illustrations of Popular Legends, Romantic -
-r- together rigging brought 'to bear directly and
usefully upon
"Have yon heard ,the news, aunt Dnlly1":1ai.1 ships furniture. &c. Incidents, Attractive Scenery, and the public mind. It is with a view to met t
THOS. EASTIN U.S.M. portraits Illustrious Females. The
a ragged little urchin, running into the number |this| : demand, that the publication of thi
By J. A. THOURON D. M. commencing each quarter contains a
house. Journal is :
and that
proposed- the genera
picture of tho existing Philadelphia Fashions
-"No, deary. and substantial of ,the !'
GARRISON OP KEY WEST, FLOR. ) : support citizens! o
"Well1 I'll tell it you, aunty. OCTOBER 2nd 1835. SPR'JPOSALS designed, engraved and colored expressly the South, is respectfully solicited.

i "'is it,tny little'man: ?" will be received at the i I for this work,by competent persons I II The proposed Magazine will: consist 01
I specially engaged for that Tho
"You know our Frank run away and Quartermaster's office purpose. i original communications
on Literary aiv\
Embellishments of this
went to sea!" until the 1st day of November 1835, for ; charter which have Scientific subjects, of notices! of recent
"Yes." furnishing Fuel for the Troops stationed at appeared in former numbers,arc confessedly
publications, particularly in the department,
"tiVell this Post. I superior to which have: been furnished
tho is said any -
:French it : arc going to of light and fugitive Literature of
ThefOOO must be of good, merchantable in any other similar American publication popu
of Franks
25,000,000 belonging to us, ''arsociations
pay quality, and the cord is to be estimated at and from the which have talcs suggested, ; by historical and local
and I our Frank will be arrangements
guess aunty, among of and Political Intelligence.
one hundred and twenty-eight cubic feet.F. Poetry
been made there is believe
f reason to
them. .--- L. DADE, M. U. S. A. will every Its columns are intended to atlon1!
they improved in the coming vol
,- -- -. A. A. C. & Quar. Master. i a vehicle for tho free, but temperate, discussion ,
I urncs. In addition to the several Embellishments !
[CA D V F R TIEM :rT8.. ] [14-is4t.1 just referred to number- of all questions, which, from their
----- -- every
FOR SALE. FORECLOSURE OF MOKTUAGETNOTICE i contains several Engravings on wood, representing importance, interest, or attraction, are ('eserving -
of the educatedcommunity. !
THE Lot of GROUND lately owned by i is hereby given to Lackland I foreign and native scenes, curious of an
Mallory, 106 feet front, and upwards +h Stone, that a suit will be and interesting subjects,natural history, If it shall become, what
of 200 feet in depth, with a great name imports, a Journal of strict Southern
instituted at the next (November) term of Entomology, Conchology, Humorous, Incidents -
number of plantain, banana and other fruit Ornamental Literature it shah! serve to place upon
: the Superior Court for the Southern District Embroidery
1 trees, handsomely walled in, may be had on record a true account of the opinions,'feet-
the most reasonable terms. To insure its of Florida, upon a mortgage held by tl.c ry, other needle work, Riding, Danci habits and of thinking
ings, general tone
2 purchase, lest than one third of its cost will subscriber on two lots of ground lying and ]i ing, &c., besides one or more I pieces of of enthusiastic and '
w be taken. Applyat this office. being within the limits of the town of Key! I I I I popular Music, arranged for the Piano or an high-m ndecJpcnr'
if under the the
Oct. 10, las&: 45-istf.] West, and known on the map thereofas lots I i I Guitar. enlivening inspiration of
Genius Loci and with the smilerof
: Information Wanted. ; Nos. 2 and 3 in square 44. !! Every: six numbers of the work form an the generous; and the Fair approving, and the con

M. R. F. EMERSOX. I' elegant volume suitable for binding and and effective rid the learned
currence, of
ANY person wishing dispose of a large her in fact with these are furnished
By attorney gratuitous
of LAND situated in the Southern a superbly and talented men among us, if it shall con-

part of Florida : teems part cash and part WILLIAM A. WIUTEIIEAD. s engraved title page and a general tribute, in any small degree, to secure for
credit,of all crash, would do well to answer Key West June 12, 1835. [31-eot4m.] I index of contents. {':::7- The terms of the the South that f'le'atcc.lliterary position or

the subscriber the following questions, ,'iz. +I Lady's Book are three dollars in adranee. which it is entitled,and which it is capableof

The price of the Land bjr the acre, the GREAT NATIONAL WORK. Persons rimming: Ten Dollars shall be entitled its will then be fully
quantity. quality and description and pro- AMERICAN MAGAZINE I If i to four copies of Ihe work. Persons design
1" uctions,it there Is any forest trees and tbe remitting Fjftrrn Dollars accomplished.
J kind, and if well watered, and what are the f Of illustrated Entertaining Knowledge, to I to six copies of the work shall and be entitled The work will be conducted by the subscriber

size and depth of the streams, and if it is I be by numerous Engravings of the best additional assisted by several literary gentlemen -

(. near any settlement, and if good and satis :UV THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. copies Ten Kevv engravings. Personsprocuring who have pledged themselves to con-
factory titles can be given. Subscribers, and forwarding tribute
and its co-
The constantly liberally to
Any person disposed to notice the above success of which has attended the publication I :: the cash for the same, besides lumns, who are interested in" its success
advertisement wiU please to direct a letter best Magazines from the discount of fifteen per cent., shall IK
pre- and who think the favorable
to Mess. D. & Co. to the ca e of Mess. Homer English Press, has: led to preparations for sented with a copy of the third volume of present a junc-
for the
fc Palmer, editors of the Boston Com issuing a periodical more particularly adap the work superbly bound. ture commencement of such an en-

mercial Gazette, Boston.MUI. [a4-ist3) I ted to the wants and taato of the Aujerican: I I terprize. It will be printed in an octavo

.. public. While it will be the object of the ; PROSPECTUS form, on fine paper, in monthly numbers of

,I IS HEREBY GIVEN, 'I'hat: proprietors to make: the work strictly what I Of the Tr Volume the 56 pages each, and will be put to press!, as

NOTICE for receiving subscriptions its title indicates, it will, nevertheless, con. : PARLOR MAGAZINE.:of, soon as a sufficient number of subscriberscan

to the Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN lain all articles of interest io its patrons, ,4 WEEKLY: devoted be obtained to autborise its publication.The .t
paper to Lite-
"Journal" will be furnished to sub
appear fureigaMagazines. ..Lrature and the Fine Arts the Drama
PANYf will be opened at the office of Extensive preparations have been entered the fashions; Tales; Essays Biographical scribcrs at five dollars per annum, payableat

Thomas Douglas Esq. in the City of St. into, both with artists and Authors, to I Sketches; the History of Women; Harm- the expiration of six months from the
; date of the first number.METEOROLOGICAL .

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