Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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==- of this Jtopcr,. tvien the landmarks of the Constitution of ;
crews which they hope to
Saturday T. he United States, by 1 I'
7V//J ENQUIRER Published every steer their course aright. As moderation i.

morning, at FIVE DOLLARS perADVERTISEMENTS and firmness will be our motto, we will be i,

mnurn. inserted at the rate of slow to brand with heresy, those politicianswho

One Dollar and: Fifty Cents per square, (of ..QUI.1.. may honestly differ in opinion fromus.

fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and It >s our design fairly to report<
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AH Advertisements will be ___ --1 occasion to
" continuance. __ __ litical views wo may nave '
continued until otherwise ordered. None Edited and JlIlUls'j'd by J. ATJ.\SO'i.u JtIUltU! addictllsjurart in verba mogistri. advocate,shall bo dispassionately discussed, :
considered less than a square. I
will be -- concerned and we I hope
i far we are ;
will be discontinuedunless -- so as ;
(-*?- No subscription - 7, 1835. NO. 10. favor us with comm ':
z ( at the option of the Editsr,) until all VOI I. KEY WEST, S ATITnnANOVEMBER our friends who may rule otherwise 'I,
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that the I Is! L I think the lover of pleasure would txs
1/' .. decreed as a compensation. It is, gnu-
ADMIRALTY- property saved in that case, although heavy ENQUIRER. ified with a visit to this part of Florida during

and troublesome to handle, wasonly worth ,
Peter Stout et 31. Libellants K.bc Libel tor $12,199, and in this! it is estimated to be -, KE---Y WES- FLORIDA : tbe winter season particluarly. Uith

VI. worth upwards of$30,000. Upon the whole, crto there has been little or no accommodations

cargo, materials: &c. saved ( Salvage. taking that a criterion, and makinga SATUKDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1B35. for persons visiting bur shores, which
from the brig Seadrift. J due allowance for all the points of differ-
Lewis C. Hoyt, Respondent ence between them, I think two fifths of 03" The Decree of His Honor Judge has operated against them-but we can now

On the night of the 15th September rnastund last, the nett proceeds of the property saved by Webb! in the case of the brig Seadrift, will recommend to them a safe and comfortable
'' the brig Sead rift (after having these actors will be fully equal to the salvage
carried in a hurricane) was dri- be found on our second page.AVMIRALTJ' asylum.
span away allowed by Judge Dee, and will
fen on shore on one of the Florida Keys, fair and ample remuneration for the ser That Mr. S. may meet with the success
such violence ai to be left, after the COURT.-The decision of the
with the vices rendered.A due to his undertaking, is our earnest wish.
{ gale had subsided! on dry land, beyond supplemental Libel has been filed in Court in the case of brig I'heodore has been

read of tho ordinary tides of the along vessels that coast. this case, in which it is alleged, that P. C. promulgated. It awards to the salvors $10- CQ-We observe that our article relatingto
In the same gale most cuga- Greene the of the schooner Olive
of wrecking were also 500-being about23 1-2 cent the Florida Arrow Root has been
Red: in the pursuit Branch, {one of the vessels employed in per upon copied

driven on shore, ordismasted, or otherwise saving thu cargo) lost another vessel, (the valuation of vessel and cargo which was into the New York papers. We hope its
to it out of tho
10 materially injured as to put render assistance schooner Pizarro) in the gale on the night 44500. The sales of the cargoes of ship being republished will secure the manufacturers
of their owners any
power of the 15th in of that vessel
consequence British Thomas and
could receive some Majestic, Brig sloop increased demand.
others! until they an
to the to afford her assistance
laying near brig
repairs. In a few days, however, hero, took place during the last week.-
temporary should she require it, and for which it is ur-
the schooner Florida, commanded by the ged that some compensation should be allowed The proceeds of the sales are not yet known. FROM NEw-Y ORK.-By the sclir. Ganges -

LiMlant Stout, approached under jury him for that loss, in the decree which The Logwood of the Thomas brought $15 New York have been
the the shoalness of papers received
to brig
mast as near is now to be pronounced, especially as the 3-8 ton A portion of the Theodore's
the water would permit, and being shortly master of said vessel was induced to lay per in town up to 29'ih October, some days later:
schooners : was sold ou Thursday to salvageand
afterward aided by the Single cargo pay
of had been
near the brig in consequence Captain than previously received. We

Sailor, Caroline. .. and Olive_.Branch.____ the iloyt's having previously informed him, that expenses.
crews of all united, finally !I'J""UtU.1.1 rn ___..LI or' t._ _t _..II ___..:_ have transferred to our columns some of
ho make
wumu a signal 11 ne snuuiu i cijuiiuaid
i getting out the goods, hips furniture and In reply to this, Capt. Hoyt states LETTERS ON l"J.ORIDA.-A series of letters the latest foreign and domestic intelligencethey
them to their
other materials, and in boating distinctly on oath, that the master of the have recently been publuhed in the contain.
own vessel! ,in which they were subsequently Pizarro voluntarily tendered him assistanceat
brought to this! port, a distance of about a time when he did not consider that he New York Star, giving descriptions ut the The lion. Wm. T. Harry, our Ministerto

120 miles and this fruit is now for brought the for needed it, and that he refused the aid thus soil, productions, towns:::, &.c. of the Territory Spain, died at Liverpool on the 30th
tho recover thus rendered.) of compensation tendered, but observed, that should he sub and have also been printed in pam August, not havmg left his bed after his
vices .
sequently desire it, he would make a signal
Oa the part of the Libellants it is con- (for the purpose of obtaining; though he : phlet form for the purpose of distribution, I arrival there on the 16th of that month..

tended that this is a claim of extraordinary services did not, by that remark, intend to intimate in order to aid the sale of the Mitchell & I His widow and son who were with lure,
of the

't merit-that bestowed the in saving performance this cargo, involveda a or wish expose, that herself tbe Pizarro to any should danger lay for near the purpose him- Co. lands, which takes place next month were expected to arrive at New York onboard

t far greater degree of labor to themselvesand of affording him assistance, as he had at Apalachicola.Key the ship Pacific, to sail from Liver

their crews, and of damage and hazardto no idea at the time that he should be placed
the had been West is thus noticed by the writer: pool IGth September.
if brig
their .
in a situation to render its acceptance ne-
Stranded upoi. the outer reef, where the cessary. Upon a view of all the circumstances Key West has been settled ever since The location of the Custom House i ia

smaller vessels could have got alongside of the Court is of opinion that this tho change of government, and until very New York is yet a question tormenting the

her, and there taken out their respective, claim cannot upon any principle be allowed.It and the value of Resolutions had
to Council.
loads. To shew the labor, danger aDd dif it Mr Greene's misfortune that he has lately exported imported City passed the

ficulty to which they were exposed, it is alleged lost his vessel in gale of wind;she was pursuing 3.4 t jj "of the whole Customhouse! Territorial board assistant Aldermen recommending

and,proved, that the brig distance lay upon from alee her ordinary course of businessa busi- Duty. It was tirst a small deposite I a site in the Park by a vote of 8 to 5. Eve.
shore, at a considerable which her to
vessels ness necessarily exposed great fur the trade to Cuba and the I with New York and the
any harbor to which the wrecking danger which has always beeu taken into fishing ry one acquainted
Could have for safety in the event of smacks bound and from that island of its busines
gone the account in decreeing compensation for to usually location population, must,

, another gale, and about that that tl-e general time was character stormy the services which she has on former occasions touched there for clearances. It then we should think, give the old site the preference
of the weather rendered to other vessels-and Lad
r and tempestuous. That in consequence of she been so fortunate as to nave survived became, as it is now,a resol t for wreckers, over any other farther up town..

the shoaloess of the water, the schooners anda the gale on this occasion, and aided in saving who derive a profitable trade from the disasters Speculators uptown property, are, it is
,,could not get rearer the brig than one
this cargo her owners would have received
boats in to vessels the reels said the only in favor of the remo
half miles, and that,the employed a reward for the service, in estimatingof accruing upon persons

taking the goods to them could not when which the dangerous; character of her around it. Great complaints were made val.

ladcncd, be made to float in less than which half the a employment would Lave been duly consider about the adjustment of salvage in such General Duff Green has resigned the editorial
mile of that part of the shore on '
ed. 1 be same remarks be applied to
; .brig was stranded, and that consequently, the other claims urged in the may supplementary cases, until! the establishment of the present department of the Washington Tele

t the entire cargo had to be taken bottom by hand com a libel, neither of which can be allowed in court, with rights of admiralty, which, graph and removed from that City.
considerable distance over a
rocks. this case. by its decrees:: has given universal satisfac-
posed of rough and sharp pointed VIFL'-'I're
The Respondent Las petitioned in his an- AN New York
On \ho part of the Respondent, the necessity swer, that the whole of the goods saved from tion. The population is:: 300 to 400, including
to danger Journal of Commerce of 10th October
'{ of any peculiar exposure the :dl'adrlft be sold, and that after the pay strangers.:: It is a rendezvous for r.
by-ttle' actors, is denied ; as it is alleged, contains of trial before th-1 Su-
ment of salvage and costs, the residue of a report a
that the goods while in the brig would not our vessels of war, and a military curpst is
the money arising the sale be paid over Court torecover 34 the balanceof
perior j93ti
for some time* be liable to any material'injury to him for the benefit,of all concerned and stationed there, but its importance has been '

and the LlbcllauU' might have sufferedthem interested in it. lie assigns as a reason for lately considerably increased by the establishment an account against a M'iC'Ordronaux. for
I to remain until/ they could have availed tliis.course, that his voyage has been broken articles furnished to his lady during die
themselves of good weather take them entire of salt works in salt ponds, whichare
upuy the loss of his vessel, that Marlineau
The however spews, that space of four months, by Eugene
away. testimony the delay and expense which Le must ne- unsurpassed by any other, and whose
the brig had sustained so much injury in her cessarily encounter before another vessel S1236 34 was the whole amount of thelady's
product is capable of supplying the wholeof
decks by the carrying away of her masts could be procured to take away that portionof purchase. They one day amounted
and too severe straining she had received, the goods which will not be required for the United States
to cause them to leak and to expose the to about $375. The defence set up by
III the payment of salvage and costs, would unavoidably We would beg leave to strike out the
4 cargo in her hold to the vicissitudes of the [ consume large portion of their Mr. Ordronaux was, that such extravagant

'weather, and that to prevent iujury, it wa value. Knowing as this Court does, thereat words very lately, from the authors not authorised 'JUIH
expenditures were by ,
necessary to remove it as early as possible ; difficulty of obtaining vessels at this nrst sentence-believing that the same difference

i but till, the Court cannot perceive the extraordinary port, and the enormous expenses to which between the amount of duties he at the time living separately from Ins
:: accruing
merit which the actors claim the goods must be exposed if kept on hand wife. The plea however, did not avail with
a for till' services they have rendered. That for reshipment, the prayer will be allowed, ut Key West, and that at the other

their conduct was meritorious is unquestionable I believing it to be the interest of the owners ports of Florida, still exists. From the the jury, who brought in a verdict of g93l

and that the property saved byI that they should be thus disposed of. with costs of suit for the plaintiff.
nature of our Commeice it must but
them would eventually have been entirely WLei foreit is considered, adjudged and vary, p

lost, without these services, or others of. decreed by the Court that the Marshal we doubt much if the average result up to "' UIIVERSITv AT WASHINGTON. was: ,

.imilar value and efficiency is equally unquestionable forthwith proceed to advertise for sale all
the time would
not Lu of
present believe of the wishes
but it must be remarked, that prove\ we one warmest
the goods, materials, ship furniture, &c. sa-
the goods on board the brig,were not expo ved from the wrecked brig Seadrift. And seven-eighths instead of three;fourths as Washington that the City which bears his

scd to balf the danger immediate destruc- that on Wednesday the 28th instant Le expose stated by the writer. name should possess a University that
tion to which they would have been liable, the same to sale at for
and public outcry We would remark also, that if transient would be honor to the and we
bad she been stranded on the outer reef; cash at the Warehouse of Oliver ()'Ilara an country,

bud the Libellants refused their services" Esq in tbe town of Key West, and that he persons are included the population of Key are pleased to see from the following article

I they might have remained in comparative pay the nett proceeds arising from said sale West us given above is too low. tltl1l, that circumstances have transpired to render -
could Lave been !
safety until, other vessels into the Registry of this Court. And it is

procured to have brought them away. further ordere: adjudged and decreed, that RAPID VEGETATION SOUTHERNOF the establishment of such an institution
This transaction in all its features, resembles the Clerk of the Court after receiving said certain.

I more tho case of Stephens ct. al. proceeds of sale, pay to Peter Stout the OF FLORIDA. -Mr.Dubose, who resides "We were told a few days since i in Wash- '

"l vs.:bales of cotton and other goods saved Libellaat, fur and on account of all concer- at the Light House at Cape Florida
wreck of the Argus" and decidedly ington, ( the Fredericksburg Arena)
: from the ned and interested ,as salvors in this case, says
: j Judge Dec in the District Court of South two fifths of the same in full compensation states, as a fact, that on the 24th of Sept. that a gentleman of Paris bad left, by hw

Carolina, than any other which Las come for the services rendered by them in saving last, in consequence of the How of the sea, will
about milliun of dollar for (
under the observation of this onrt. The said goods, materials &c. And it is further around the roots of the mulberry trees all one .'
8hlp Argw WM wrecked on Charleston bar, ordered and decreed that after paying the I urpose of endowing a National University -

i I the goods consisting of bales of cotton, na. costs of this suit,the Clerk pay over all the appearance of vegetation in those trees: had in that city. We learn apron' that the I

I .stores and logwood, were cast ashore on residue of said money to Lewis C. Hoyt, disappeared, there being at that day not the
the islands and were there pick constituted authorities of the city taJ: received ;
contiguous late master of said brig, as agent for all least of
a bud. On the 24th
t cd updried, and transported Charlestonby persons concerned end interested therein appearance official information of the fact,with a i

i by the planters on those islands and their JAMES WEBB, Judge. October following, say 30 days, there was of the will. The Alexandria Gazette '
q It slaves. In a suit fof salvage, Judge Bee October 13th 18S5. abundance of well grown and ripe mulberries
,: decreed, one third of the value of the colton alludes to the rumor. Could not the! ;
: (by far the largest and most valuable part : gatheied from the same trees.
r A Goon O.NK.-At an evening meeting Intelligencer satisfy public curiosity 2;
the and value of
of goods} one half of the
the other articles, to tho Libellints: for their held at a .private house, one of the lightfin- A PLACE OK REsowr-By reference to on tho subject? I

L services. That case however, differs in gred gentry happened to be present, who>e an advertisement in this \\ e have the pleasure to inform our friend I
day's jll
b+ some respects from this It differ in the attention was arrested more by a siring of paper, it \ of the Arena, (says the National Intelli

I. tumults of the persons engaged io render- sausages hanging uji in the room than by be obaerved, that an establishment is being gencer) that we believe his intelligence w

Inn the service. In that they wero plan the words of tho preacher. During the fitted up at Indian Key for the accommodation .
ters and their slaves residing upon the pot substantially correct. We learn that information
discourse,ho had unnoticed tilled hU bosom of boarders and transient
11! and poly temporarily l withdrawn from their persons. has been received the Government .
with when his attention was by
usual avocations. In this, they aremcn engaged sausages, This is what we have long wanted to see,
"i, in no other pursuit, having devoted drawn to the preach, who was exhorting --a place where who that such a bequest was made by some
persons afflicted i
1, themselves and their property exclusively ibis hearers "to give up their sins-and are English gentleman of fortune,and that the
and hazardous particularly their bosom sins. The can repair from a northern climate. The
i .to this trying, dangerous, occupation sausageman sum of will in alt
.s and upon which alone they base immediately came forward, "'herv, establishment will be conducted by the 200,000 pounds sterling

,, .to rely for a sibsistence. It differs also, in take your link?, I don't want Vrn if you'regoing proprietor Mr. Spencer probability inure to this city for the erectionand
a in
f the difficulty of getting the property on to make fuss about U." endowment of a University. Tbe
bo.rdof other vetseU, and the distance of every way quahfied to please the public.lie .-
.. money, we understand, was bequeathed in
the salvers had
the transportationThere has
A 'his very commodious
countryman sowing ground two buildings suthicient
to carry it only a few miles to Charleston, fellows that the first instance_ to the only son of the
smart riding to
one of them accommodate
Lave Lad to it 120 miles to way any number of .
here they brink persons without
testator but in of his death
k called: to him with an insolent case
f Key West ; and it also ,hd'erin the dangers i who may favor: him with a call with
to which the property of the salvors Well,honest fellow"said he," 'tiJ your, separate room tithe heir, to go to the City of Washington for

was exposed while rendering tKc service.- business toeow, but no reap: tho fruits of : expressly for families. the purpose above slated. That contingency

All these differences are in favor of the sal- your labor." Indian Key u a beautiful Island, withina
occurred and the princely legacy "
____ yon in die present case, but there is another To which tho countryman: replied, MTis few hours sail I of Key West. It u sur- ,
which would operate in favor of the for 1 accrues to the eity. It is probable that the
like am
very you may, sowing hemp. rounded with "hays and inlets which
others, in arriving at an estimate of the President will communicate the fact tc

proportion of the property which should bed Our Country foreter -right or wrong with gmllnd fob cf &!11 kinds -t and we Congress early in the next teS10IN

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j tlemcd from God, PANY, will be opened at the office of !
of Saturday FRANCE.-The Pans papers of a i ate dignity of an mtelligncc I ,
National Intelligencer Thomas Esq. in the City of Si.
date announce that the law for imposing and! the degradation of passions participatedwith : Douglas1
g says, "We understand that it would be restrictions on the press received the King' brutes. Augustine: on tho second day of November .
that the English legacy next at 10 o'clock A. M., and will be '
more accurate to say, assent Tuesday, the same day that it was I .
and Good Anccdote-Asnyoung man, kept open from time to time by adjournment ,
of 200,000 pounds was bequeathed agreed to by the Chamber of Peers; A
1 clcctcd'a of until the whole of tho Stock shall bu
I who hud just been ,
the United States, for the purpose of the official) papers of tho following day contained
to of the Royal Ordinances for carryingthe the Legislature, was passing a neighbor on subscribed, not exceeding thirty days.
establishing an University at the seat same into execution. Some additional the first day of the. _session, the neighbor/ LOT CLARK, I

Government for the promotion of the arts particulars have transpired respecting Fies- enquired where I ho was! going, Going to ROBERT R*YMOND REID, r

The understand house to bo qualified said lie. You had THOMAS DOUGLAS -..
I I and sciences. money chi who, it appears, from the publicationof .
of of the bet'er!' have been qualified before you were Commissioner j I'
) is in the hands of the Lord Chancellor a circular letter of the Minister .
retorted tho interrogator.Said Juno 20 1835. [32-IOw]
: Englandready to be paid over conformablyto Interior to the authorities on the frontiers', chosen, ,
and under the surveillance
was proscribed, placed '
the will, which fact ]he has communicated : of the Police three months before Dinah to Sambo, as they were takinga FOR SALE.T1HE r;

\" to our Government, with a copy of the his atrocious attempt to assassinate Louis:: a I OYI b promenade, Sainbo how do you HOUSE AND, LOT now oc "
tink de married life de most happiest- by W. II. WALL, for terms,
will. Phillippe. Sambo dal "
Well I tell you, said art
which will be moderate on the
French intimated apply pre ,
} -0.1>- The government having how day cujoydemselvcs.
: The New York Journal Commerce t tt that it was desirous purchasing No. 'pcnds -.1>- anises_ Oct. 24, [47tf.] .
,_ __ ,__ .
t says: "A splendid! silver vase was presented 50 on the Boulevard du Temple, from "Dick' what aro you about there?" saida r |. i 1
whence{ Fiescln fired the infernal machine, whom he I' FOR SALE.
Webster the friends of that gentleman to his servant saw
to Mr. by Lot of
the has oileieil l it for sale but he THE GROUND lately owned by ,
proprietor L loitering about the b nn. / 'atd'ing rats, I Isid" .
last 12th Mallory, 106 feet and
great man, on Monday evening for front, upwards :
asks no less than 130,000'tones/ it. "And how many rats have you of 200 feet in
depth, with a
the great
1 lite
1 October, at the Odeon, Boston, sir when Iget the one number of
From the Jlobe. caught "Why, plantain, banana and other fruit
i Federal s'reet Theatre, but now a most THE FRENCH QUESTION.The :: I'm afler now and another one it will make trees, handsomely walled in, may be bad on
is of the cost the most reasonable !
J beautiful church The vase terms. To insure its

j of g 1500. There arena i people who know Courier & Enquirer of the 12th two"PASSENGERS purchase, less than one third of its cost will
Nowmbcr( has the following paragraph: be taken. Applyat this office.
;t better what ought to bo done and how to "We have also been intormcd on whatwe Oct. 10, 1835.:: [45-istf.]

a j I do it, than the Bostonians." believe to bo good authority, that Al. Hogau Per sloop, W.Moro Bruce Castle and Havana W. Fales, ,of Mess.Ha InforluationVanted. 1'

Pagcot, the French Charge U'Allancs: :: at .

t SPAIN.-By the ship Empress, Captain Washington, had caused an intimation to vana.Per Schr Ganges from New York, A. ANY person wishing dispose of a large

Har hlrn'hi h sailed fiorn! Malaga on bo made to the President: probably( by direction Gordon Esq. Lady, 2 children aud servant, of LAND situated io the Southern
; the 8ih nil. we'have received intelligencefrom of his government, that a simple OJ- of Key West and Miss Parker fN.J eney. i part of Florida : terms part cash aud part
that city to the 7th Sept. licial communication the Piesutent'sup-:: e>- credit,or all cash, would do well to answer

f The revolutionary spirit which caused the proval of the last letter of Mr. Livingston jUarfuc Kiucllfflcucc.PORT tbe subscriber the following questions, viz.
The price of tbe Land the
and Barcelonia in by acre, tho
'/ movements at Saragossa tithe Government would bo iccei-
quantity quality description aud
latter end of the month of July has pro
the with
red by them as a sufficient compliance ductions,it there is any forest trees and the
' spread with great rapidity to all the provinces tile conditions on which the money is to be ARRIVED. kind, and if well watered, and what are the

\ situated on the Mediterranean, to Valencia paid, but that the President:: with ins usual OCT. 31-Sloop Spy, Glanders, Reef, I size and depth of the streams, and if it is
Alicant, Murcia, Carthagcna, Grenada, emphasis of language, had positively relu- sundries from wreck ship Majestic, to F. A. near any settlement, and if good and satis

I Malaga, Cordova, Seville and Jaen, and sed to allow this to be done. Bruwne. I Ibloop factory titles can be given. .
j there seems every probability, that ere this, There is not the slightest foundation for Sarah Isabella,J. Meredith,CarYl- I Any person disposed to notice the above i
ford lumber to F. A.
Reef tact
i it has reached the internal provinces of La of this statement. Mr. Pagool 40,000 advertisement will please to direct a letter j'
Cos- any portion Browne.. to Mess. D. & Co. to the cat e of !Mess.Ho
, I Mnncha, Estrcma"'una, and the two caused NO intimation to be made to NoV. -Sloop F.ncrgy, A Packer,fm mer & Palmer, editors of the HoMon Commercial I
d tilles, not excluding Madrid. The national the President, that a Minplc oiliciul communication wreck sloop Hero, chains, &c. lo 1-' A. Gazette, Boston, Mass. [44-ist3] t
, guard appears to have taken a prominent of the President' approval of Browne. (Capt. P. reports the Hero entirely I ;

:3 part in putting down the late order of things, the last letter of Mr. Livingston to the I wrecked.) FORECLOSURE OF MOlfli.; \(. i

:I and proclaiming in its, stead, the constitution French Government, would be received by 2 Sloop :Standard:) Place, New York, NOTICE is 'hereby given to Lackland
' of 1812. At Malaga the sundries to W. Whitehcad, A. C. Tift Stone that
" governor them as a suHicicnt compliance with the a suit will be ij
'i< appointed by the Queen, placed himself at and others. instituted at the next November of
conditions on which the money is: to be Maria Mcintosh Reef ( ) term ,
Sloop Pent sun-
l the head of the movement, and supported paid; and so far from the President's: giving dries to P. C. Greeuc. the SupeuajLCourt for the Southern Districtof I

:A by all tho national guard, and even (by many a direct refusal, "with his usual emphasis Sloop Enterprise, Dunce, Havana to F. Flori atl'wT pon u mortgage held by''the

j regular troops of the garrison,met with lit : ; or even closing the door to a call A. Bro'vne. subscriber on two lots of ground lying and

: tIe or no serious opposition. At the Convent f for the- "onicial communication 10 the Schr Florida, Stout, Carysford Beef, to being within the limits of tho town of Key j

of San Francisco, where a guard of French Government" of his approval of R Fitzpatrick. West, and known on the map thereof lob '

soldiers was placed f r its protection, a few Mr. Livingston's: last letter, by an intimation bchr Gauges, I yler, 10 ds fin New York Nos. 2 and 3m i" square 44 '\

citizens were killed by the troops, who how- of unwillingness to furnish i it in the sundries' to master. M. R.. F. J:;EMERSON 'a
Schr rion, Sanderson, Reef
over were soon overpowered.The most authentic form to that Government, sundries to W li Shaw. By her attorney in fact, '1

people generally were highly excited. we feel authorised in saying, that if it had 3 Sloop Loreto, bawycr Havana, to I WILLIAM A.WIHTEIIEAD. f .J
the "Consti-
bearing" inscription been desired, cither by the ilepresenlatives:: master. Key West, June 12, 1835. [31-rot 4m.) t
tucion o Muerte, were worn on their hats: of the French Government here, or by the 4 :Sloop Dread, S Welch, Havana,' to \ "
their cry was, the Constitution, the Constitutional French Government from our iteprcscntativo ,master. BRUCE'S NEw-fO&K.rYPE'FOUNDBY
Isabella U.and Liberty."Againstthe Sloop Havana, Packer,Havana, tomast'rSchr ,
in Paris, it would have been
monks and friars their rage seems: to and communicated. piomptly Lodi, Williams, Newark, bound to Ab. 13 Chambers it. near Chatham,.

have been particularly directed. In some cheerfully Mobile, put in with loss of boats and flying THE price of five lino Pica plain and an

I places they were killed, in others driven Further advices says, that official intelligence jib boot). tique is reduced to 25 cents a Ib. and Six
away. The monasteries have all been closed has been received at Washington, 5 Sloop Plume, D. Kellogg, New Lon line Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby ,

and some of them(ihe finest edifices in that tho indemnity will! not be paid until( don Browne., lumber, apples potatoes, &c. to,F A making these perfect metal types cheaper t
the southern reduced ashes. further explanation from the President than any other.
Alert 0 T
6 sloop Braman flew London This has
foundry had
All the civil and military officers appointed which, of course, "lillnc\'cr lake place. ballast to master. former unparallelled added lately to iU

by'the Queen, who refused:! to join the revolutionary nothings Sloop Moro Castle, D. Burrows,Havana, of Shaded,Condensed assortment and ,rnamented several sizes

t party, were deprived of their stations There is understood by a to master. Types, by which Printers at the letterpress
and these filled with Ultra Liberals. large portion of the i>copletlian tho nature SAILED, are enabled to rival 1 the impressions from : '
Some private letters say that the revolutionwas of what is called the Liberty of the Press. NOV. -Sloop Eden, Fish, lIavana. copper-plate in beauty; fancy and tasteful
brought about by the Constitutionalistswith : Many people have an idea, that because the 3 SI Moro Castle, Burrows, do display.
thev.ewof preventing accomplish free man has 4 SI Energy, Packer, do The assortment i '
press any a right to demand 81 Loreto embraces !250 sizes pR't
ment of a plan of Louis Phillippe, which of the editor of a newspaper, the in Schr Ganges, Sawyer, Tyler,, varieties from 12 line pica to pearl, of Ro I' ;

was to affiance the eldest son of Don Car fcei'tiou of arty article he may think proper, Sloop Dread, Welch, Havana. man, Italic, Black, Antique, Italian Title, It t 4if

los to the young Queen, and place him on and that he has ground tor considering his Sloop Havana, Packer, do Condensed Text Shaded, Backslope, German
tho throne, and thereby check the further privilege as an American citizen abridged, 5 Schr Lodi, Williams, Mobile. Fractions, Ornamented, Musid&c. and also Pica

progress of liberal opinions, as well as put in case ofa refusal <,n the part of the edi Sloop Standard, Place, Reef. tronomical and, Superiors other Space Rules, As 1 ,

an end to (the war in 'the Basque provinces.It tor. But freedom of the prcas gunran- 6 Scbr Azora, Riley, Apalachicola. Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Signs,Rules Ornamented

is all well to cry Isabella the second ; teed by the Constitution, is the mere reservation chr Amelia, Watliogton, Havana. 300 Borders, and more than 1000,Cuts nearly I

but under tho Constitution of 1812 there id of the right of each individual to Brig Somerset, Lewis, Charleston. Ornaments Newspapers, School-Booke or i,

very little power indeed left to tho sovereign, write and print at his own expense, in any : and Scientific works. ,

and how she or any other sovereign can govern way he may choose, whether it bo by book, A Resort for Invalids. The subscribers furnish Composwg-Sticke '

a country divided as Spain i is info pamphlet or single sheet. The right/ to do TilE SUBSCRIBER laving settled Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture, Paper,, j

parts, professing and acting upon principles this, however, conveys no right to compel on Indian Key, have determined I Ink all kinds of I'rinlW Presses and every .
diametrically opposite, we cannot conceive.We another person to do this for him; and to open a HOUSE for boarding and article required in a Printing.Omce, at the ,
have before us a number of the pro- when the conductor of a newspaper is cal lodging, and believing it to be one of the manufacturers'prices. They also execute
clamitiona of the Constitutionalists moil favorable situations in the United orders for Stereotyping. 4
.-C'our. led upon to give circulation to tile opinionsof j
t.,. 'Iq. others, he is just as much entitled to the: States for persons who are suffering from Printers of Newspapers wbo publish tbis '
pulmonary,dispeptio and numerous chronic advertisement (with this note) three ;
In the last rights of refusing, as any man would be to diseases and before :
from ,
,, giving extracts foreign obliged to seek a refuge from tho end of the 1835 shall
year ,
journals 5, the National Gazette observe, the right of refusing to speak in public the chill blasts ofa northern winter,he feels payment when they make a purchase receive
that the general dissolution of the bonds of what another should dictate 'o him.- safe in saying that Indian Key cannot be from the Foundry of four time the
central government and social order whichwas What would be thought of one who should surpassed for beauty, health and climate. of their bill. CEO. BRUCE &amount CO.

to be anticipated from the nature of the declare, slut there was no freedom speech Frost Las never been known here-tbe New York, Aug. 22, 1835. 41
in the United States because thermometer seldom below 55 or 56 in winter
between tuwn
war the the
pretenders crown,
nor up to 90 in summer. It is entirely
and the weakness of the administration at would not at the corners of the streets, exposed to the sea from of LEGAL
every point the
mount a rostrum and retail CONVEYANCING
Madrid, Spain presents the same confused out other peo- compass.
picture a, sho did In 1811-12, but withouta pie's scandal? Every conductor of a The fare of his table and bar shall be as Of every kind executed vrithPROMPTNESS
common spirit and end. Foreign intervention press has an indefeasible right/ to exclude good as the market will afford,and attended
U a doubtful experiment with such from his columns what he does not approve; by experienced servants. Private rooms '

.people; and having no general and definite and although his doing I his may at turn fur lodging gentlemen, ladies, and families ON ,
and give dissatisfaction: to individuals neatly! arranged. The undersigned hope APPLICATION THE
purpose, agitated &by the fiercestpassions yet it is::
blind evident they have no right to by diligent attention and industry to merit OFFICE
acting on ignorance, the re- complain.An .- the custom of bit friends and the r
turn to editor is a mere cater of public OP
degree intellectual
any tranquilityandsubordination generally. B. A. SPENCER. CLERK OF THE SVPFJllOR '
i3 a problem that: defies all common food,and in his choice of dishes, he must Indian
Key, Monroe
sagacity and principles solution. en.eavor! to serve up such as will suit the torr of Florida, November County 7th, Terri)49 1835. COURT. :

LODOX:: Sept. 14.-It is plates of the great body of his: guests, and C"The St. Augustine Herald. ( tf.
currently reported not the Charles
repast with things too ton ] MCE.-Six weeks afterdate
Courier, 5O
here that highly Philadelphia applies-
two conferences were held! seasoned Saturday Courier '-L
or too badly cooked and New will he-made to the
-- York Advocate and Judge of tbe
during last week :by our minister respecting Ga:. give tbe above five Journal will county court of the county of HilUborough
the affairs! of Spain, and at the latter the their accounts to this insertions office for and forward by the undersigned for letters of administra

Russian Ambassador payment. ion on the estate of
was }present, when it Antonio Ppcheco'of
EuacATio.x j is a companion which said county deceased. .
was decided that the French Intervention no '
should take place,snd that forty thousand misfortune can depress-no clime destroy DR. If. B. CREWS QUININA PACllrco.
French -no enemy alienate-no despotism: en- OFFERS HIS WILLIAM BUNCE.
troops were to enter Spam. PROFESSIONAL
slave. At l home a friend-abroad Tampa; HilUborougb county..
Parliament was prorogued the 10th solitude an .n.troduCtlon1l VICES TO THE CITIZENSOF Aug. 24, 1835. (413w.lELASILLS
a lace-in SOCIety .
Sept to the Oth
Norembur.TURKEY.Intcllige .
an ornament. .
KEY WE8l.N '. .
**from Constan It shorten* vice .
-it guides virtue it -
tinoplo to the 10th AUf lit states that the gives at once and OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '1 hat
grace to OF
government LADING -
plague!: was making fearful maces in that: Without it,what is man? A. spen genius the books fur receiving subscriptions NEATLY PRLYT D :

etI. did slave!a reasoning savage between the LIFE to the Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN AND FOR SALE AT*


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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE rOB 1035, tents of the Magaeme from time to time, from London and Paris, in respect to the
shall be entitled to the first volume. various changes, which! shall he inserted
FROM THE JOURNAL KEPT AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE KEY WEST. Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, soon as received. The Parlor Magazinr as

post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six shall be occasionally embellished with
--- copies for one : -and continued beautiful
-_. -- -- Daily jea'r as longas engravings upon interesting sub
I Monthl range-- Main Sh ow- Rain the money is regularly forwarded.A jccts; and plates of the newest fashions
I I likval price will be paid for appropriate plain or colored, as circumstances will
: ..: on en 011
a 4 quan
..6" I 1'1 1 bJ) I'd I .III; \ 1'1 m3 -1----1s and well written articles, or drawings, permit, besides wood cuts in a great variety
MONTH'j 8r in days. I nays. tity. illustrative: of national subjects, possessing and a piece of original or well selected*

J'a nary. 80,50 4,00 68,8xI 26,50 14,50 2,00 iiUi9 1 I 6 I 2,400 interest. Subscriptions received at thisfJ7'fhe Music, at least twice a month.
February. 79,50 4',00 65,362 I J4,50 IGOO 2,00 9,18i 0 2 0000 work can bo seen at the Officeof O;: Highly finished portraits of all tlC)
March. 82,50 53,50 71,161 29,00 13,75 1,00 9,093 0 I 1 0'050 : the Key West Enquirer. great British and American poets, fron
April. G,50 55,75 76,487. 30,7b U,50 I bOO ,991 1 1,150 Chaucer downwards, are: in preparation
May. 6,75 10,00 79,175 IG,75 11,50 5,75 9,400 2 !I 6 3,610 LADY'S BOOK.A and will appear in the Magazine from time,
June. .. 39.50 73,50 80,911 16UO 11,50 4,50 8,596 1 I 12 3,150 monthly Magazine, containing Tales, to time, with a general critique on the
July. . 8MO! 13,75 U2,491 15,75 12,00 7,00 3,917 :1 12 3. 55Augllot. original and selected, !Moral and Scien- thor's works, annexed to each ; the head au.
14,00 82,157 1,25 11,50 4,25 3Ot 2 I 13 5,9304eptcmb. !
1 ... 811,00 89,25 73,00 80,720 15,00 10,50 4,00 7,075 2 16 5'900 tific Essays, Poetry, from the best authors and review of Shakspcaie will be forth
0:425: the Quarterly representation of coming in February-Bryant's will
October. 85,15 6U,25 76j'20; 17,00 13,50 3,00 7,097 0'1 5 follow
---- 1.adics1 Fashions, adopted in Philudclnhia To this paragraph we would respectfullycall
ft -The Thermometers arc Ru'rii self horizontal thermometers -colored. Music of the newest the reader's attention, as the undertak.

styles, &c. &c. ing is one of the greatest expense :and la
," kept within doors, in a free circulation of air during the night as well as the Published regularly on the first day of every bor. The likeness shall all be taken bv
4 month by Louis A. (joniv, at 1.Yo.3, the best masters. '

daTeJ j thcnian Buildings, Franklin Place, The Magazine is printed on.suner-roa;

-- -- Philadelphia. paper: ni quarto form, and stitched in t
..- -- -- --- The body was as black as coal, and the Embellished: with a beautiful and extensive handsome cover.

;1 r Uffscclta11 u. smoke issued from every part of it. With variety of engraving: from original Oflice; 67 Liberty-street, New-York.
, difficulty the combustion was arrested but and selected designs both colored and ** ** Editors of
i SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION OF; ** Newspapers,w!io \\is::.
THE HUMAN BODY. lifo was entirely extinct. The daughter plain, with two engraved title pages, and ot exchange with us, will oblige by COP inp

The are taken fromChambers' sustained no injury; nor did the combustion two distinct indexes, (intended to perfect this prospectus and forwarding their paper,
following cases Journal and the extend to the bed or bed clothes. Therewas separate volumes in the year,) also, a choice ollic('.
Edinburgh : no firo whatever in the room. collection of Music original and selected, I,
of which bo relied
authenticity may on. Other instances of the kind are recorded, arranged for the piano or guitar, with near PROSPECTUSOf
Nelis wife of wine and
Anne a porter but we forbear to give them. It is shown ly 600 pages large octavo letter press, and
of Dublin let in her husband a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled
merchant, ,
by them that the human body be so only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
had been out to a about :
who party, ,
Afier some altercation between impregnated with inflammable matter (or Each numbe rof this periodical contains To be published in Charleston, S C.WHILE .
midnight. : gas) as to take fire spontaneously; or 48 pages of extra royal octavo letter press, numerous literary I
in of intoxication peiiod.-
them;(both being a state that, in certain conditions, the human printed with clear, new, and beautiful type( issued from the American I
wife for
and the a longtime intemperate body is of (arranged after the manner of the London "
Nelis went stairs to bed capable generating a gas, Press, which arc liberally patronized has
7ia6iteMr. up ; which the it in La Belle Assemblee of the
down to persuade hU wifeto moment comes contact ) on paper been a subject of general regret, that :lncr
but soon went him which she refused. He with air takes fire. The gas thus generated finest texture and whitest color. It i is embellished the discontinuance of that able work, the

accompany took the candle, and observed that i is a compound of hydrogen and phosphorus. with splendid Engravings on Cop- Southern Review, there has been uo Maga-

then would set she should do ,so in This combustion has happened (always per and Steel, executed by artists of the zinc established in South Carolina, affording ,
if she ,
believe those addicted the highest skill and distinction and
Next the maid opened wo ) to to embracing a suitable medium through which the
the dark. morning,
excessive! of ardent that i is variety of subjects. Among I these
windows of tho parlor and noticed use spirits; every opinions of our best' writers might be
tho ,
in the arm-chair in which to those, whose bodies have become arc illustrations of Popular Legend*, Romantic Drought to hear directly and usefully uponthe
Something ,
Nclis usually sat which she 111 from excessive drinking of spirits, Incidents, Attractive Scenery, and public mind. It is with a view to nice
Mrs. ; saturated and filled with alcohol. It is portraits of a illustrious Females. The num- this demand that the publication of this
had been there b ,
first supposed put ) young
not therfore to apply a sparkor ber commencing each quarter contains a ,
Nelis who then entered the room, necessary Juan ai is proposed-and that: the general
1 just her. But on it flame to th" body, which is thus ignited picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashions and substantial support of the citizens of

to frighten found to be the remains wgmination firmrmistress' ('I and only those parts may be destroyed I designed, engraved and colored expressly the South, is respectfully solicited.

and was in the following state. She was seatedin which present the requisite proportion of I for this work, by competent-persons The proposed Magazine will: consist of
phosphorus accordingly the clothes of the specially engaged for that Tho
the chair at a distance from the fire- ; purpose. original communications on Literary and
with the head leaning on the right persons are not consumed. An important Embellishments of this charter which have Scientific subjects, of notices of recent
place, and from these facts in former numbers confessedly
monitory corollary arc -
hand, and behind bearing against the wall. I publications, particularly in tile dcplI: tmen:
The trunk of the body was burnt to a is, that spontaneous combustion!: happens I superior to any which have been furnish of light and fugitive Literature, of popular
? cinder also the clothes which invested to those win.- are HABITUAL DRUNKARDS. ed in any other similar American publication ta.cs suggested by historical and local: associations -
-American Magazine. and from the arrangements: winch have of and Political Intelli\ :
it but the region of the |pelvis, and the ,
; been made there is
to believe
every Its columns are intended to allurda
and lower extremities of the body, genco.
-upper A BORE.' I to of they will be improved in the vol
want coming
see some your vehicle for the free but discussion
had sustained no injury Her face hada temperate,
gijnblttt, said a green horn ono day as he umes. In addition to the several Embellishments
of all which from )
questions :
< scorched but her hair and ,
appearance; entered a hardware store. The dealer took just referred to number
tho which she had put in had down several parcels, neither of which sui every importance, interest, or attraction, are UP
papers contains
I several
escaped. The hack and seat ot the chair ted. 'Well then, what kind do you want ; I Engravings on wood re- solving of the attention of an educated
had not suffered( ; but its arms were here is almost every variety.' Why darnit presenting foreign and native scenes, curio community. If it shall become, what its
charred on the inner side, where it was I want to get one of them are sort what ous and interesting subjects, natural history, name imports, a Journal of strict Southcrr.
bores square holes.' Entomology, Coucholugy, Humorous Incidents Literature if it shall
'in contact with the h cJy.Vith the serve to place upon
1 of the arms of the chair, the I Ornamental Productions, Embroidc record a true account of the opinions, fee;
exception RIVAL CANDIDATES.-Two candidates of : and other needle work Dancing
ry, Ruling, -
bodies not ings, habits, and general tone of thinkingof
were injured by
surrounding the of Adam and Low
name preached pro : &c., besides one or more pieces of enthusiastic and !
The filled an high-mindedpcopk
tho combustion. room was bation sermons for a lectureship, which was Music
with a penetrating and disagreeable odor, in the gift of the congregation. Mr. Low Guitar.popular arranged for the Piano or -if, under the enlivening inspiration of the
which lasted several days. Mr. O'Neil, preached in the morning, taking for his Genius Loci, and with the approving smilo
keeper of an almshouso in Limerick, was text, Adam, where art thou 1"! and made a Every six numbers of the work {form an of the generous, and the Fair, and the concurrence .

awakened, about 2 o clock in the morning, very excellent sermon, with which the congregation elegant volume suitable for binding and and eilrctive aid of the learned
knocking at his door on appeared much edified. Mr. Adam with these arc furnished gratuitous a superbly and talented men among us, if it shall contribute -
by a person ;
| who was present, preached in the evening
k door and engraved title page and a general in small degree to secure for
end the any ,
Thic:: !: !he e "jwned I taking for his text the immediately
passage index of contents. 0;:}- The term. thel.adJ's the South that elevated
with tho person who knocked, who following thit of his rival Lo here of literary position or
tt going called him into his apartment which am I." This impromptu, and his-sermon, Book arc three dollars in advance. which it is entitled, and which it is capable:
directly under, Mrs. Peacock's room, gained Mr. A. tho lectureship.iKEAT Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall be en- of maintaining, its design will then be fully
ho was found a dead body !lying on tho floor _. titled to four copies of the vvoik. Persons accomplished.The .
burning with five, and red as copper, ( NATIONAL WORK. remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entitled work will be conducted by the subscriber .

} having dropped down from tho loft lie A ERICANMAGAZINE, to six copies of the work, and additional assisted by se\'cralliterary gentle

.:,' saw a large hole of the size of the dead Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to copies of the best engraving! Persons men, who have pledged themselves to cor.
Jf burned through the boards and be illustrated by numerous Engravings. procuring Ten Kevv Subscribers, and for tribu'c constantly and liberally to it3 columns
? body,
and warding the cash for the same, besides a who are interested in its success
lIe instantly ran up BY TilE BOSTON BEWICK COMP.tNY.'l'hesuccess .
having broken open Mrs. Peacock'sroom which has attended the publication discount of fifteen per cent., shall be pre and who think the present a favorable June-;

.t'COlhng.door, saw in the middle of the room of the best Magazines from the sented with a copy of the third volume of ture for the commencement of such an en-

tho burned hole, through which the body English Press, has led to preparations (for the work superbly bound. terprize. It will be printed in an octavo

had fallen. With assistance ho quenched issuing a periodical more particularly adap. -- --- form, on fine paper, in monthly numbers of I

tho fire about the hole, and then examinedby ted to the wants and taste of the American PROSPECTUS 56 pages each, and will be put to press, as
what means the body had taken fire, public. While it will be he object of the Of the Third Volume of the soon as a sufficient number of subscribers

but could find no cause. There was no proprietors to make the work strictly whatits PARLOR MAGAZINE. can be obtained to authorise its publication.

candle nor candle-stand near the place, title indicates, it will, nevertheless, con A WEEKLY |fisher devoted to Lite- The "Journal" will be furnished to subscribers

and no firo in tho grate but what way tain all articles of interest to its patrons ratureand theFincArms; tho Drama ; at five dollars per annum, {payable ,
f raked in tho ashes as usual. The room which appear in foreign Magazines. the Fashions; Tales; Essays; ; Biographical at the expiration of six months from the

was examined, and nothing had taken Extensive preparations have: been entered Sketches; the History of Women ; Harmless date of the first number.

fire but that part of the floor through into, both with artists and Authors, to Satire ; Review of New Works, &c. DANIEL K. WIUTAKER,

i which she had fallen ; even a small basket furnish, from all parts of the Union, drawings &c. ; and embellished with superior Engravings Charleston, 24th March, 1835.
of twigs ama small trunk of dry wood, and illustrations of every subject of ; Fine Wood Cuts; Plate of the At a meet ing of The Literary and Philosophical

which lay noir the hole, escaped, and were interest, which the publishers confidently Fashions, and Music. Price three dollars Satiety of South Carolina, convened
not touched by the fire. believe will enable them to issue a work per annum, payable in advance. on the 27th March, 1835, the following

'7 : Mrs. :Stout: went to. bed in apparent honorable to its title and acceptable to the The PAISLOU MAUAZI.NT. is now in theme Resolution was offered( by Benjamin
'health and was found the next morning American People. rid um of its popularity; and as aspiring Elliott, Esq., seconded by Myer M. C lin.

burnt to cinder, on the iloor of her bed The American :Magazine i is published hopes without a shadow', and cloudless! : Esq., and unanimouslyadopted :-

room. When she was discovered, a vapor monthly-each number containing between prusjtects without a horizon, continue to "Resolved. That The Literary ff W

was i issuing from her mouth and nostrils; forty and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two cheer it on its way, we may reasonably an- losophical Society understand, with high
and those parts of tho l>ody, the f form Dollars per annum, payable in advance.It ticipate fur it a long day of triumph. For gratification, that Mr. Whitaker is about

of which was unaltered, on tlCllhanJk'.l, comprises-Portraits: and BiographicalSketches general appearance, mechanical arrange commencing a monthly Journal, to he devoted
immediately crumbled down. Her chemise! i of distinguished Americans; ment, and typographical execution, it may to the advancement of Southcrr.

and ni ht-cap were not injured. This: Views of Public Building; Monuments, justly assert its claims to rank among them Literature, and, with pleasure, declare their
case happened in 1800: tho woman was and improvements ; Landscape scenerythe :\t beautiful periodicals in the United! opinion of his full qualification for fuel/) an

about sixty years of age, and an inveterate boundless variety and beauty of which, St ites.-The Literary department is con undertaking, and comply with his rcque;t
dram drinker. in this country, will form; an unceasing tributed to by many of the ablest writersin to I* permitted to publish the proceeding

A woman, about sixty, who Ural in I source of instruction and gratification: ; En the country: men whose names, if they of the society, and such communication
tho county of bun, retired to bed with graving and descriptions of the character, gave us permission to use them, would to the society, as the curators may approve.

her daughter, being, as \\as her constant i habits, &c. of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and save us the trouble of circulating our claimson (Signed JOSEPH JOHNSON,

habit, in a slato of intoxication. A little I Insects, together with every subject connected : the public through the medium of a President, pro ten
before light the next morning, some of I with tho Geography, History, Natural i prospectus. JACOB DC LA Mont, Secretary.
1 tho family were awakened by exetremelyoflfensvo I and artificial resources of thcconntry, illustrated |II For selection, the literary gardens of all 0::7"Subscriptions to the above work tt 11..

i .smoke, which pervaded the in "i familiar aad popular manner. I j America and half l Europe are open to us: be received at this Office. April 21._
apartment ; and on going into the chamber: I BOSTON BEWICK CO. | so that if we fail m this particular the de \.

where tho old woman and her daughter No 47 Court Street. feet must be only attributed to a want of BLANK DILLS

,I slept, they found the smoke to proceed ( Editors of Newspapers throughout taste.-Tho Fashions" shall meet with OF LADIXGtoTEATLY PK1XTEIAND "

from the body of the former which ap. the United State!", who will publish the due attention. We have made arrangements FPR SALE AT

reared to be burning with an internal fire. I foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con to gM-un the oarhest intelligence Tljp OFFICE