Key West enquirer

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


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

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u i'annum. inserted it the I rate of slow to brand with heresy, those politicianswho '

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All Advertisements will be ._ __ __ ___ _ JRditcda"tlpllllshcd litical views (that we may nave occasion to "
continued until otherwise ordered. .None flY J. ITYIN50 (.-j\m'rlhua add rtus jurare in1lrba magistri.. advor ateshall dispassionately" discussed, t ,l lo
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No subscription will <>e discontinuedunless .-- Il*33. :\0. 50. friends who may favor us with 'nmmn
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:- : Composing Sticks! Hra? Jallcjs, imposing are regularly and promptly ; impartiality 1
VftWHITE WILLIAM Stones Cases, Paper and Press Hoards, and in addition 'to the many writers who It will' be the aim of the publishers to .-

JkESPr.lTFULLY' Inform the Printersof have Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha have favored I us with articles during: the render to their patrons all the satisfaction

the United States,known to whom as established they complete a<;"ortlll'ntIf all articles usedin past year, and whose essays will continue they arc capable of l bearing rn mind the
lone been individually a Printing Ollice will bo kept constantlyon columns have: the promiseof old that would body
Letter Founders, that they have now formed lo clinch our we age "they please every
a partnership in said business, and hand. Hook-binders, assistance from others! whose names arc will please nobodyM :J
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may fAvor them with orders. Orders from all parts of the Union will be of some; hut we confidently appeal to nny party, we would not he understood as !?

The introduction of machinery in placeS of I promptly and nut carefully attend d to, the e.xpcru-nceof the past year asatlbrdingan being indifferent to the impoitanrc of correct .,

5 of !tIC tedious hand and ,unhealthy' desideratum practice by and particularly in supplying lImn for :nil earnest of our zealous, untiring and we principles. They wish however distinctly !I

I.;? the casting EiircpCAii type by and American Foiindc's, was, fonts furnished! b> their predecessor, Ihnny tnist not altogether unsuccessful exertions to have it known, that they will neither l'
A; Konaldson, and Richard lionaldsort.Stercot character of the New lead the follow the train of !
Vy \mcncan ingontiity, and a heavy expendttnre executedby to tender the litetary van ncr
I branches
in all its ,
'! of time and money, on the part of our L. Johnson) ping, as heretofore. Yorker inferior to that of no journal of its Designing Political Intriguers, who orc men

) senior partner, first successfully accomplished JOIINSCN k SMI'IIt.: class in this country ot principle in proportion to their interest. I

Extensive, use of the machine cast its letter i1ur6 George St. Philadelphia 1C:>3. II. Political lIlc1/irCllrl'-In this department Several columns of the Gazette will\) be :
and 1 established! superiority -
has fully in! pirtictilar over that cast OzT(:: Publishers, of Newspapers who insert alone docs the New-Yorker present appropriated to Fssaysof a moral';and miscellaneous -

1 every this advertisement, and forward a paper : an anomaly in the history of the news character, under the head of
,j by the old process.! containing it to J. Si S. will be entitled to the Our "
S The Letter Foundry business will here- paper press of Union. plan cm- Heading for Saturday Evening.

i 1 :after be carric-1 on by the patties before when jn:1, payable their bills in settlement amount to riot of their less than accounts$ HI.I. braces the collection of every importantitem The publishers are fully aware of the i

(i I named und;r th.1 Arm of White,Hagar&co. & y. of political intelligence-whatever: ho difficulty of their undertaking, but! place

I Their specimen exhibits a complete series character and bearing-in the languageof great reliance: on the public liberality, and ;
|1 j from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Hook GUI: vi1, vvn>TiMJ tt-ooh historical record, and with the strictest believe that n diligcntattcntion< business) ,
ami l News type being in the most modern The J.'amilll'loJ,+cian mid (inzeltr of Unman
f' and s'yle.White regard to the preservation of an unquestioned and a zealous dibit to serve the public, vyill

light Ilugar fi Co. arc agents for the' Lift'. neutrality between the contending secure to themselves a liberal share of pat
Being a Library of Health Ilygcme,
sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses and u" and General ModiralKnowledge paitio, opinions and sectional divisions ronage.
t which they can furnish to their customers : ( Popular, rendered familiar to every existing in the country The Editor refers The City of Tallahassee! being (located

at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, individual : embracing; every subject connected with a'7 proud satisfaction to the fact, that in tl I,o centre of Florida, and surrounded!

j' Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every with the prevention, treatment, throughout the past year, he has presenteda by many natural advantages, possessing ina
article used in the Printing Business, kept the of minute and circumstantial acconnt of all '
and cure of diseases- qualities given space aronnd its centre, a l larger
.1 for tree sale Old, and typo furnished taken! in on exchange the shortest for new no- I l'du'ines-llleir pood and ill effects on the, elections which have taken place in the population than that of any other portionof

,t at !9 cents per pOll Qd. l.ea1tl1-the ingredients of secret or of oat-patent :ivcral States, during an eminently, ardent the 'J''rritorvitbin the same limit., has

; N. B. Ncwop piiP Jrfrietors! who give fug and!I1'l1icille-tltc drinking, creating true principles and drinkingto and excited canvass, without once incurringthe but one weekly newspaper. In addition 1

| Die above three insertions, will be entitled live--domestic cookery-cl'cmirtry- censure or even the exception of any to this therearo many valuable sections; of i fl

1 to rive Dollars in !such articles as they may and a great variety of curious, valuable, political journal. And, while ho reservesto country, which we doubt not, will soon be

,i !select from our specimen. and interesting knowledge, of the highest hmibclf the right of commenting briefly brought into cultivation, should. the present i

\\i. New Vorlc' -. -1K.J5.BluJc : .- -" -- importance to all and hitherto hidden but ficely on the topics of the day, and of prices of the great staple of (hue, conntry .be ,
l cs N n\v YO it it>: T Y pif FO UN. from the mass of mankind.) ottering such suggestions as the aspects of maintained ; which must considerably BUg'J

Y.- The subscribers respectfully( Contributed to by a number of practising the Mmes may seem to require, he yet holds ment the population of the Territory. \,

i'lfon.i the printers, that they have recently Physician.: himself pledged that such remarks shall not From the considerations stated above '
i of nclfunl' of letter I ,
Completed \'Ni ifty t of this work is to
The present every -
object interfere in material with the '
any have hesitation in that
we no believing we
i ui the style I cf thcf latest!; European spocimen subject connected with diseases and its
well) calculated for ornalll'ntnI1rin- views, the doctrines or the prospects of any with confidence rely for complete \
; treatment, which, by its! simplicity and rt'rspicuity may J'
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:.r!, do Italic do do I among all classes, empiricism must bo Ii[. General Intelligence-Consisting of I ty cents if paid after tho expiration of six '. '

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f do title Italic do d. which it wars so successively against the life Statistics, Brief Notices of the Drama, &c. of the year.

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the rational administration of remedial
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,; 5 do Germ'n Textdo do the sufferings of humanit y. Nothing arc content to rest their claims"tooublic The first number will be issued during

2. do Two Pnc rom'n caps with figs11 that can add to the utility of the work consideration distinctly on what the ensuing summer or early in the fall.- +1
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; 7 do Italic capitals and {figures.j JOHN BALDWIN.
secret remedies shall be given and the whole what it will be from what it is.
Upsides ornamental letters, backslope' subject of materia medica shall be discussedand DAVID[ SnEFl ER.
When it is considered that
t explained in a lucid and simple style. no periodical Tallahassee, April 17, 1835. ,
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proj-ise (publish in from ll.c Foundry of four timesoftheirb.ll
Hatter circulati+rn. The peculiarities of its the amount
themselves that this establishmentwill plan f the ( uyol Florida .
a wicklrnewHjaprr GEO.
vwre adopted after & CO.
merit a large share of They much reflectionand
: patronage. wo "
I entiljt-d the
Tallahatsce Aug. 't 2
have now several fonts on hand, which can have not learned that iu prominent features 'I Ca- 1835. 43 i
%dU'and fe all Adr "
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"7 L rl1ottr = they had obtained their purpose, loosing Why,her figure-tidad, ,I 'bpcse r ,*' said the :{
thence they sailed close by Crete." questinec. ENQUIRER.KEY

.--- "Now yuu lee," a.lid, ihc kaisvvam' 'Yes, but d- my buttons, there! two .
THE WISH. "just so sure as you have gentle breezes from on 'em" WEST; FLORIDA--

I wish t were a rose by my love the south'ard, you'n have a thundering "Well, I pose they fiixcd 'em :as the ""
That I might braid thy hair; Levanter at the back of 'em." Dutchman docs De ttuyter and Von Tromp NOVEMBER Ie, 163S.

Or(Jpajt blushing thy bosom, ought fair.languish, love, "Yes, yes," said a tar, "1 know that to I I put ono on'the knight-heads and tVrthct on SATURDAY. .During the last sit
my sorrow. I was up the Siraits last the rudder-head.1'
weeks, sales of wrecked merchandise
I wish I were a bird my love, voyage,' way up to Smyrna and Zantt', after "Aye, that indeed"The the amount of about to
And could thy heart engage ; rI.IOn8t: :: and we ketch'd one of these reader went on to the fiftieth verse: $128,000 taken
How sweetly would 1 sing, my (ore, thundring Lcvnnterg, and was druv away "And from thence, when the brethren place at Key West,and although speculatorsfrom

Witbin. my prison-cage. up to the Gulf of Venus (Venice). Yes: heard of us, they came to meet us as far as various places presented themselvea.we

love I've been boxing about the Arch of the Appii-forum and the Three Taverns, whom I bet ievc the greater portion of the goods sold
I wish I ,
which were thou'rt the cup wont my to sip- Billy Goatt most too long, not to know a I when Paul saw, he thanked God,and took I became notwithstanding tho
From of
little Hotn'lhin' about the weather there.. "
I'd wish thee often thirsty, love, courage! those
t residing on the Island or in its
That I might kiss thy lip. '-'\ The reader continued:-"But not long "Took: courage," said! old Tom; "I dont ucini
after, there arose against it a tempestuous: know the d-1 woul l'nt take cnurajjf, with ty.
I wish I were the breeze, my lov S wind. three taverns all in sight nt once. I woldnt Strangers form a wrong estimate of the
That fans thy fairy form, oNo "There,"said Jones,"did'nt I tell youso. wish a better landfall, if I'd been cast away. resources of the Key West merchants
should e'er steal o'er the love
chill have
I know'd you'd a real sneezer in a
My sighs should all bo warm. wreckers, and are generally surprised to find
varse or two June 1st, 1794, Lord Howe's victoryover
"Called continued the them not only become largo purchasers but
I wish I were an echo love, Euroclydon, the French fleet, oil' Usharit.tQuasi ,
And then no other name reader, finishing the verse. -raisins. purchasers at prices which they themselvesare

p' Save Agnes" (which is thine, my love.) "What! avast there! Overhaul that last JThe sailor probably meant the Ionian unwilling to give. It should be bornein

These fond lips should proclaim. word again. Archipelago. They generally mistake the mind, that generally about fifty per cent
"A tempesuous wind called Euroclydon," word as it stands in the text. of the of the
I wish I were thy mirror,love. repeated the reader. proceeds very sales they attend

I'd clear as crystal shine, ., "Well, you may call ita Rock-me-down, GHOST.-Ghost stories are absurd. Whenever is to be added to their actual capitalsin

That Should all blissfully thy tenderest be mine.glances,love, butt say the reglur built name on't is a real ghost appears,by which I mean the way of salvage commissions and

Levanter; but then I spose thunderin' some man or woman dressed, up to frighten expenses, so' that funds are seldom, if c\'cr.

' I wish thou wert a streamlet, love, printers puts in any thing they're a another, if the supernatural character of wanted to enable them to make all the
The brightest that may glide ; mind to'' the apparition has been for a moment believed -
And I a water-liIylovo, About midnight the shipiucn deemed the effects on the spectator have always they may desire. For example, of

To woo thy modest tide. that they drew_near to some country. ; and been most terrible; convulsion, idiotcy, the above sum, nearly S60,>oo were
sounded, and found it twenty fathoms;and madness, or even death on the spot. Con- paid to those interested in the salvages
I J wish I were a swan, my love, when they had gone a little further, they sider tho awful description in the Old Testament awarded by the Court, and we presume at
ID snowy plumage dress d, sounded again; and found it fifteen fath- of the effects of a spiritual presenceon
And thou the gentle Leda love, least $20OOO more may have been roqui
oms" the prophets and seers of the Hebrews;
That won me to thy: breast. should think dread the red for the actual judicial and other expenses ..
"Egad, I they was drawin' the terror, the exceeding great ,
1 wish I were thy pillow,love, nigh to some country pretty thundrin fast, loss of all animal power. But in our com- incurred, placing a capital of $00,000 in
O Heaven t how soft I'd be, I too, when they shoaled their water so quick, mon ghost stories, you find that the seer, the possession of those on tho Island and in
That thou with pleasure might'at, my love from twenty to fifteen faddorn." after a horrid apparition, as you arc to be- its vicinity erivable: directly from the sales.
h Tby cheek recline on me. "Then fearing lest they should have lieve, is quite well the next day. Perhapshe This circumstance will always the
fallen upon rocks, they cast four anchorsout may have a headache; but that is the place
But molt of all, believe me,love, Key West buyers on a with the monied
of the stern, and wished for da)". outside the effect produced. Alston, a par
wish pride,
To were ptees my thee to my heart my love, "Four anchors out of the starn!"shoutedthe man of genius, and the best painter yet men who may visit the Island fur the pur-

Ana christen thee-my bride boatswain"what; was that for?" produced by America, when he was in England jroscof speculating, from whatever quarter
"Why, you see," said the reader, they ,told me an anecdote which confirms they come.
AN OLD SAILOR'S YARN. used to bring up by the head or stem in what I have been saying. It was, I think, may tO UlX)

,A group often or a dozen were collected I them days-it did'nt make a ropeyarn's in the University of Cambridge near Boston NEW MINISTER TO SPAIN.-The N Y.
around the fore hatch, where ono of their odds winch-they did'nt know no better""But that a certain youth took it into his Journal of Commerce states, that i letter
number sat reading to them the twenty four anchors out of the scam," wise head to endeavor to convert a Tom- from Washington dated 13th October men

seventh and twenty-eighth chapters of continued the man-of war's man; "why, Painish companion of his by appearing as tioos that GOVERNOR EATON will be
Acts-two favorite chapters with seamen! d-n it, the very first sea would onhungthe ghost before him. lie accordingty dres- appointed
{ generally, not that they contain any rudder, if she was pitching into it, and sed himself up in the usual way, having Minister Spain, if he desires it. Will
peculiarly glad tidings ot great joy, but knock the whole tb ndcrin' siarn-frame into previously extracted the bait from the pistol the Governor accept the situation 1

1, because they give a sort log-book accountof smithereens in a quarter less no time." which always lay near the head of his
heard eta
almost the only nautical transactions of "Now you see," said one of the audience, friend'a bed. Upon first awaking,and seeing PACKING OF POWDER We have
moment. recorded in holy writ. "I've a notion that the craft in them days the apparition, the youth who was to be mode of packing gunpowder found to have \
The reader, like all who are so unfor- was built with goose starns, like a Dutch frightened, A. very coolly looking his companion been pursued by shippers on board of tile
tunate as to be persuaded to read to a g1iU ot." the ghost, in the face and said, I lately wrecked brigs Theodore and Scadrift,
company, was perpetually interrupted by "May be," said another, "she had all know you. This is a good joke; but you which we think highly reprehensible 11 il :
some one of his auditors to ask a question, her anchors stowed aft, to bring her down see I am not frightened. Now you may that stowing away kegs in casks and boxes -
or make a comment. Ho had, however, by the slarn." vanish!' The ghost stood still. Come,' in imitation of tbose usually filled with
this advantage over the iI1-tarred wight "But four anchors out of the starn I" said A. that n enough. I shall get angry. dry goods and hardware. The only motive
}t S. who essays to read to a party of ladies, murmurrod the still perplexed Tom Pipes; Away! Still the ghost moved not. By-, we merchants can have torso doingis
that he stopped and asked us many questions "1 wonder what old Lord Howe or Admiral ejaculated A., if you do not in three min- suppose
the them few dollars
and made as many remarks and com- Duncan would have said, it they'd heard a utes go away I'll shoot you.' lie waited hope it may save a
ments,as any of his auditors. first leftenant give out such orders in a galeof tho time, deliberately levelled the pistol, fi freight-a poor excuse for tbe danger to
The reader, after few verses, describingBt. wind. red, and, with a scream at tho immovability which they subject those who may handle

Paul's voyage,came to the eighth verse "Why, there could'nt have been no of the figure, became convulsed, and after- their packages without knowing the nature '
of the twenty seventh chapter: And hardly sailors aboard the hooker, or they would ward died. The very instant he believedit of the contents.

rasing it, came unlo a place which is have let go one anchor first, and if that to be a ghost, his human nature full be- .
i called the Fair Havens.'Vfcc.; when old did'nt bring her up, then another, and so fore it.-[Coleridge's Table Talk.A 1'noM 'l'EXASBy the Brig America

Tom Jones, tho boatswain, an old English on; but letting all four anchors goat once from New Orleans, we learn that war hai
tnan-of-war's-man, who was lying on his right under toot, is what I call a lubberly HINT TO l\Io'nIERS.-Thcre arc ma- commenced in Texas. On the 1st Octo

brUt across the weather end of tho wind- piece of business, let who will do it,whether ny things which are better left to chance; her an engagement took place between the
lass, interrupted: St. Paul or St. Devil; and 1 don't belivo precaution is sometimes more mischievous
"Now, as to all them places you've been they could get insurance on the craft in than: negligence. The late Sir W- c- colonists and Mexicans at Qcnzales. fix

reading about, I never heard of none on'- any insurance office in the United was one day expected at a large dinner par- Mexican commander and several soldierswere

em before, except Cyprus, and I've been States." ty, at Mr.M-d-y'si, in Uussell square. The killed. No loss sustained by tlx-

1' aruisingofftheroin a frigato; butjyour Sea .'-Yes they could, and I'll tell you why. worthy baronet's nose, it will be remembered colonists.

lashes and Pump fill yeCilicia( and Paraphy- Ira ship goes ashore with un anchor on her was-to say tho least of it, remarkable. It is also stated in the New Orleans pa
Before the
f1 heard on in all born days; company assembled, Mr. M.
Ha.l new my bows the owners can't recover insurance
that General Housttn with
( to his that this .pees 1000 menhad
j i and as for Fuirhaven, Why every body but if the skipper will swear that all his suggested lady upon par
ticular. occasion it would be safer that little San Antonio and seized
knows that' right acrost the river from anchors were down, and good cables captured a convoy
', New Bedford; though how tho d-I 1 they clinched to 'em, he can get his insurance Alfred should not (as at other times) be in- of 60,000 belonging to Cos. ,
got them so soon I don't see, unless so be "Yes, but there's a thunderin' sight of troduced along with the dessert after din- --
VI 'Paul worked a marricle. and it's like odds betwixt letting go your anchors in a ner; for that, the said Alfred, a tine child! O-'I'lae:: brig Galen,of Portland, :n charge!

enough he did, to let tho rest on 'em know I ship-shape, seaman-liko manner, and bund of seven years old, having a propensity to (wreckers ,arrived here yesterday, having
make observations
what kind of a chap they'd got for a ship- ling 'em all overboard at once in such a deformities, from upon a personal pimple to a defectsor hump, been on the reef. She is from Portland

I pa.te.w"Nevertheless," continued the reader, at about.lubberly" way as that )'onVIIS readin' from a crooked finger to a cork leg, might bound to New Orleans:aid is thought to Le

the eleventh verse,"tlte ceaturion-believed possibly say something not altogether agreeable uninjured. She was hove off alter throw'i
t I The reading proceeded, leaving the. to Sir W. II Leave that to me," said
.S tho master 'and owner ship more log over board a quantity ef paving stone ,
spoken law question respecting insurance "open the lady: "I'll contrive it nicely. Accordingly -
which were by
than: those things of her and
comprising a part cargo, puttinga
for discussion1 at some more appropriateseason. she proceeded to the nursery, and
Paul. harm in Much indignation was exprcsed thus addressed the little gentleman" AI. small quantity also on board of f a wreck
"Well, now I don't see no great
that, said one of the audience"Paul was by the round-jacketed audience at the fred,my dear, we have a gentleman coming ing vessel.
"Tlien the soldiers to dinner- ': who has monstrous ugly .
nothing but a kind of Methodist parson, I thirty-second verse:- :1Y a
; goin' about and preachin' for his littles I cut off the ropes of the boat, and let her nose. Now, if you promise to be a good Till COMET.-This cratic wanderer e'
ci and drink, and whatever folks was a mind I fall oft"A vast deal of satire was expended l,oy, and not make any observations on it, the skies has at last disappeared( from our

to give him;1I0'taint likely know'd anymore upon "the thundrin' troops" of all classes, you may come down after dinner, ami you view, having until few evenings since beer
t about ship than any other minister." periods, and nations, the whole clinched hull have an orange. But remember the visible in theearly part of the evening.: According
p "Yes but you know he was a saint," and concluded by a remark: from the boat- nose!' Master Alfred acceded to the terms :: to tho accounts which hue tctr.

1 said the, reader, "and could foretell the swain"Aye,sojers,and pigs, and women, of the treaty,and, in due time, was ushered published of its course,it will plunge among
weatlier-yeayenr aforcband. is aJway in the way,or else always in mischief into the dining-room. After the lapse: ofa the rays of the sun, and disappear entirely

s "Could he, faith* said another; "luen 1 aboard a ship, more 'specially in bad quarter of an hour, the young gentleman from the vision of the inhabitants of the
wonder Lo did not mako his eternal furtune weather" finding the reward of hu forbearance still earth, towards the latter part of this montl.

making almanacs"e "The reading afterwards progressed in arrear, took advantage; of a dead pausein It had become previous to its disappearance

e "But what is a centurion?" asked a without much interruption, except at the conversation, and cried out from the to ..considerably 'fhurn of its bf>nms.'
other end of tho table **Mamma it is time
third."Centurionr'. fortieth verse:_-They hoisted up the : We acknowledge that it was with feeling
t said old Jones;"why she'* mainsail to he wind, and made towardsthe now for me to have the orange you promised of a peculiarly interesting character, .e

a: sixty four gun ship. JVe seen her, often shore"and then only to remark "Ave, tjentlemm's me, if I did'nl say anything about" that gazed for the last time upon an object that
else morfreditc monstrous ugly nose will, in all probability, never to our eye be
enough at Spuhcad but I forget now she was a schooner, or a .
f whether she was in the first of June or I brig and they WitS:010' to beach ber:she'd TIm I again visible! for we cannot l hope to en jo J
j I I steer'd better if tbej'd sot the foresail WllOLK I.t='roTU. -"B WO-OO 00, the pains and pleasures-the bliss and misery
ftLj tint I 11 sail a little urchin one day, as became of sublunary world for seventy-five
"Then 'spoEO she was convoying. the too. crying to his father. ". '
----it iiui a the matter, and a half yean longer-the period that
j, craft that Paul was 10," observed another "And after three months wo departed ina neyP inquired the compassionate: parent. will elapse ere our late visitor will again re

blue-jacket. ship of Alexandria, which had wintetd in Why,I fell down on the pavement my whole turn. How inscratible that Divine wisdoffi
This knotty point being satisfactorily the isle,whose sign was Castor and Pollux. length. "Your hole length Well that which unerringly regulates the movements+
cleared up, tho reader proceeded:.--*A.d "Sign!" said torn Pipes; "what does that ain't much"" "Much or not," said the of the millions upon millions of world

r when tho south wind blewsoftljr! \ supposing meant" r ltd,4TcjS! footlnckinga yard!" i., around'us end yet we, poor fnorttis, f*


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auxiliaries do not : to Lave been furthcr I with great violence on the ilea 'I haf the* ;
would be made appear
us : by n.u..t.i.u: ,
the sciencebthe mysteries the ui.y tJJwer engagAl, but tho Carlists keep them! Libcltant arrived with said brig, in tho hate
the lights of of witYh'i h we may bccote at war, fur although hemmed into Barcelona,aud Lave shot sonic bor of hey West on tbe morning of the ,

course, with a precision that U truly won- a temporary uo might ho made: of whom they had made prisoners." 13th November inst. .
derful. The calculations upon which could<< woro received from France That the services rendered said brig ana '. .j
other Islands along the coast, yet with, a Despatches her have been meritorious, aud tho
te based prognostications so truly'verified by tIc latest Packets and forwarded with all cargo
'I by the appearance and course of the Comet, strongly fortified depot and rendezvous: in expedition to Washington. They were means of saving tho same from severe dam t'
the astonishing refer to our relations witb that age, if not from total loss ; wherefore tho
we consider among most their vicinity' !it i is hardly probable that su- nation.presumed to said Libellant prays the aid of thiaC '\lrt'io i t j

results: of human intcfigtnce.pROPRIETY 4-premacy over the neighboring seas could the; premises with the accustomary process t 1
A great excitement t arose in Boston on And that said with '
be obtaiued. Admiralty. brig ,
occasion of abolition meeting, 22d Oct.
''OF FORTIFYING an her tackle apparel&c. and be sold by '
Torn factions and feeble: in at which Garrison and Thompson weio cargo I I
KEY WEST. by many re. expected a decree of this Court, and that from the
spects} Spain will, in all probability,at some to attend. The meeting was inter proceeds of tbe same, a reasonable and "
We have off several occasions \crled rupted by the Mayor and civil authorities, t
decreed to him. ,
be :
(future of Cuba and proper salvage
day, lose possession and Garrison after an ineffectual attempt
in our columns to this subject, and as the And whereas the Judge of the said 1
the fate of that beautiful Island to escape was: captured and lodged in prison ;,
meeting of Congress is close at hand, ....e although until the next morning in order to preserve Cflurt fur the said District, hah, ordered .1,

beg leave again to present it to our readers, may bo hard to foretell, the fact that Key him from tho vengeance of the mob. lit and directed on Monday\ the 1.6tli day of.Nov. c\ ,s

in the hope, that those interested may be West will be, under thu then existing cir then left the city. inst., fur all persona concerned to. : '.\
than that he was informed be cited and intimated to appear at tho :
cumstances, still more important at Capt. Eldridge reports ;
induced to that attention to the matter
give north of Cape Florida, that our Mail Courthouse at Key West in said District,
which it so justly merits and present their present, is plainly demonstrated, whatever packet of the 1st November had passed to show cause, !if any they have, why judgmentshouM t t\\

claitos for the consideration of the Nation. may be its destiny. The occupation of there some days previous. Her non-arrival not pass as prayed. J ,I'';.

al Legislature. Key West as a Naval and Military fortified will account for the absence of our usual You are thuicfoiu hereby authorised,cn>

It is one of the maxims contained in thatwvaluat.Jle station, would serve to make it elli dually, quantity of news. powered and strictly enjoined,' |percmptoricIy
to cite and admonish all -rsvnsvhutso-
what Commodore Porter has slated it lobe
of domestic and PASSENGERSPer '
code foreign
'I } crer, having crpretendingtu haveuny right,
the address of Wash- particularly fitted for-a check upon any Schr. Leven Jones for Apalachicola,
poltey- valedictory title,claim or interest in or to the said brig ..
ington, that timely disbursements to pro power possessing Cuba. Messrs. Wood and Asher. Cialcii, her cargo, tackle apparel aforesaid
rer 8chr.Clito for Mobile J. W.
We have spoken of this question as one RoperEsq. by publicly allixing this monition on
I pare for danger frequently prevent much and Mr. Van Klcek. a
greater< disbursements to repel it,"-and as in which (although it is of importance to Per Schr. Whale from New York, Mr. tbo inaimn-tet, of said brigand leaving there

i think the truth inculcated applieswith the whole nation,) the South and U cst are P. J. Fontane, Lady and servant, of Key aOixed u true copy hereof and by all I '.
we. West ; Mr. J. II. Sawyer and Lady,of Con other lawful wuys, mean: and int-tl.- .i
full force to the present unprotected particularly interested, and it will require necticut, and Mr. W. Patterson of Key ods, whereby this monition may bit made

state of the Southern coast of Floridave but a few words to make it apparent to our West. most: public and notorious, to bo and appear

1 would urge one or two of the various considerations readers. To the patriot who se"S in every L.Per Dade Schr. Motto child for and Pensacola, Major F.? at tho time and place aforesaid, lc-
Lady two servants Miss
that are involved in the questions tie binding together the different sections I Middleton and MissM. Middleton.. tonic the, Judge aforesaid, and al o to attend '

s upon the attention of the South and West of the Union, an additional source of se __ _h upon every session and sessions to bo held '
until definite
infinc there and from thence a sentcnco -
l' particularly,-the nation at large, however,, curity from foreign invasion: and promotion! KiitclUflcucc.P shall bo read ami immiulgcd in the

being we think, deeply interested-in order of domestic prosperity; is gratifying to O 11 T OF KEY WEST'. said business inclusively, if them or any of ;

that they may join their exertions to attain behold the attention of the General Upv- ARRIVED. them shall think it their duty so to do, to t J

the timely disbursements" which are re- ernment turned towards the constructionof NOV. 8-Brig Lucy of Portsmouth, Pen- hear,ubide by, and perform, all and singular : 't''

i those constitutionally national works hallow, Havana, to P C Greene. such judicial acts us arc necessary ant .
I quired. 9-British schr DasbJ Lowe, Bahamas, bylaw required to be done and expedited '
j Is Key West susceptible of fortification? which unite more closely the various parts to masl r.loScbr. in the premises; and further to do and rte

i i consider a question which has been definitely (: by facilitating the means of communicationbetween Splendid, Bcnners, Reef, to ct-nc what unto law and justice shall appertain

|f j answered in the affirmative, from the them, or removing from their intercourse master.Schr Mary, Bethel!, Reef, to master. under the pain ot tno LAW and con'I. ,,.
,i opinion expressed in public and in privateJ all apprehensions of danger fromabroad. 1Spanalih Schr Mariancta, Crespo, tempt thereof the ubbcnce or contumacy of
teem and of them in not
I by officers of the Army and Navy and otli- Such would be the nature of the Charlottes Harbor, to J.Ximenez. every anywise j C
I' 13-Brig America of Charleston, Will withstanding. And whatsoever you shall
,1< era, high in the confidence. of the Government services that the fortifications at Key West I iams' New Orleans, to master. do in 'the premises: you shall duly certify

; General Brooke, who visited the I would render. We hold the opinion, that Orig Galen, of and from Portland, boundto unto the Judge al rcslud, at tho time and

J Island in (1829, in a report to the Depart whatever power may possess Key West t I Schr New Whale Orleans. )place aforesaid,together willi these presents.)
Eldridge 13 days from New
J men,expressed himself most favorably impressed will, in case of war, command in u great York, mdz to P. J. Fontane.SAILED Witness, the Honorable James Webb,
Judge of tho said Court for the said District
i with its importance as a Military degree, entire commerce of the Gulf ,
this 14th day of November A.'JX.
1 station, and Commodore Porter has stated of Mexico so long as Cuba is held by a NOV. 7.-Schr Leven Jones. Jones, Apalachicola. 1835, and of the Independence of the Uni -

publicly that he deemed it peculiarly fitted neutral power, and it is only necessary for Schr. Clito, Howard Mobile. ted States the sixtieth year. i
'1 for a Naval depot fiom "its susceptibilityof the Western and Southern Slates, whose Sloop Moro Castle, Burrows, Havana. ALDEN A. M. JACKSON, Clerk.
Sloop Alert, Braman, do Therefore Know Ye, to all whom it may
11 fortification" Commodore Rodgers has productions compose: such a considerable U-Sloop Enterprize, Bunce, Tampa. concern, that in pursuance of the above monition r

also rep J orted favorably of its advantageoussituation portion of the value of that commerce, to 9-Schr Florida, Bennett Reef. from under the seal'of tb'e District

,j ,andalluJed to the probability (hatthe consider the injury they would) sustain (from; 10-Scbr Orion Saudejsoq, Havana*-**,_ Court the SonfhernDistric.of of the United States of America. for
11-Schr Splendid, Benners, Reef. Florida to me directed
first maratimo war In which we may be I the interruption their intercourse with tIC : 12=Sp. Schr Mariancta, Crcspo, Sloveny a. and delivered, I hereby give public

( engaged will have its principle events i in Atlantic coast would be subjected to (su 13-Schr J. C. Calhoun, Ross, Charleston notice to all persons in any manner interen-

I the vicinity of this Island. The late Wm. ing.nothing of their Foreign Scbr Olive Branch, Greene, Reef. ted therein, that they be sod appear before
Commerce the
,) U. 8. Transport Schr Motto, Superior Court to beholden in and for
r Armstrong
Slialer. Esq.when Consul at Havana,visited, should the Florida Reef be in the possession Pensacola. the said District, at the Court House in

and examined the Island with an attentive of an enemy to have& the full importance -_ Key West, on Monday tbe 10th day of a
November at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of
eye, and gave an opinion highly in favor of of fortifying Key: West plainly roan I. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. that day, then and there to interpose their

its adv'antageouslocation, and it is to be presumed fested. SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. claims for the same, and to make their allegations -

that the man who could point out It is important: another .-Ss. in support thereof.
on account to To the Jffarthal
t of the Superior Court for the THOS. EA TIN, U.S.M.
to tho Marshals of France the course best preserve under all circumstances the par s- raid D GREETING. By JOS. A. I1IOURON.D. M.

calculated to insure the capture of Algiers, session of this Island.) 'o allow an enemya WHEREAS, William Beihell, master of Key West, No,. 14th J835. ..

must possess some discrimination and depot for for the regularly licensed wrecking schr. Mary,
judgment stores, munition of ,
we.of r, by his Proctor Adam Gordon Esq.: has
in matters touching the locality and for men upon the Florida Reef, is to hibited his Libel, stating, alleging and propounding ex '$20 REWARD 1

places. place him in the best possible position for that the said Libcllant on tho WILL be paid by the subscriber for in \
These evening of the llth November indo while that will lead to the
are some of the opinions annoying with his conVIction '
many depndations the
pursuing occupation aa a wrecker of
along any person cutting wood from
advanced to the same effect in relation to coast of the Gulf. Not n_ cilv_ the_ Florida Reef discovered a brier as be lands for which !>. 5. thj. DIPfnt_ _,.........'-.... ru,..._ d
n no ''' -
the question, and as such testimony precludes town, or village would be safe unless 9 believed aground on the inside tflo"Sugar:! I has been.. first obtained. Duo t'minion notice *
guarded Loaf Reef. 'I 1 bat on boarding her a little given, that from this date '
all doubt the tho law will
I on subject, we shall by a strong force as his local ion would after sunset, lie found her to be the' Ameri be rigidly enforcedirpon all'nggre !lon.

proceed to inquire into the necessity of tho give him equal facilities for assailing any can brig Galcn, Sylvanus Prince, master, w. A. WIHTEI1EAD.

Government's availing itself of the advantages point| at a short notico that might bo 1 left of and and bound from Portland to New in Orleans the State laden of Maine with, ,, Key West Nov. J4, 1835. [503tJA. I

: Key 'West afford, exposed, and the scenes of Washington, mackerel herring, potatoes, onions ,

\ It is only necessary for the eye to rest a Alexandria, and Hampton during the lust cub, hoop poles,paving stones,&0. empty That Resort for Invalids.

mpuient oh the map of the Western war would ro-enactcd at Mo'oile, Pensa- last the said was brig informed had been by aground the said(fas the Libel.. SUBSCRIBER having settled

here to have an answer, in a great measure cola and Tallahassee. the inside the said Reef,having been master.within'the )on himself to on Indian Key, have determined
open a HOUSE fur
conclusive. A narrow strait is obscr. Key West is I Reef and standing out towards the Gulf
already, and will from its: when she struck lodging, and believing it to be one of tho
wed flowing Letween the coast of Florida peculiar situation become still more of im- the crew of the said That brig the said master and mod favorable situations fu the United

l: on, the north and the Island of Cuba on instance to tho United States: in a commercial board a quantity of the paving by throwing stones over"Lad States pulmonary:for persons who and are suffering from u

the south, which is the great outlet for the point of view, as in proximity to far hauled her off with a hawser and kedge, aa diseases, and dilpeptic obliged seek numerous a refuge chronic.from
they could, when the Libellant
richest. commerce probably in the world; the Island of Cuba, and many populous ded her. That the said brig was then afloat'boar' safe the chill in blasts ofa northern winter,be feels v

comprising;: the productions of the entire ports of the Gulf eminently but had struck a few moments before saying that Indian Key cannot be ,
qualifies it to as surpassed for beauty, health and
this Libellant climate. '
Valley of the was informed
Mississippi -of the State of become at no I'istaut' day, a depot for the shoals all around her That, and b the be found Frost has never been known here-the t

Alabama-of part of Georgia and of the supply of those marke's. This is additional meat of the said muter) the said\ state thermometer seldom below'55 or L6 iu win
brig drew ter
,nor to 00 in
Territory of Florida thirteen up summer. It Is
added feet of
water and entirely
to which but
area reason uhy the favorable twelve and exposed to the
t vast portion of the wealth of the new republics the General Government should her a half feet only were found a few yards (rom compass.' sea ,every. point. of the
be directed stern. That
[ bordering on the Gulf of Mexico, I L, __ l towards it. said. brig up to the said said Libellant master to gare remove the rood The fare of hu table;: and bar shall bo as:

i and a considerable amount of that! flowing We intended to licrlrom- tuo dangers b, which she was-sur--- L_ __as_ the. market_ wlU afford and nttcndn
: from the Uritish West India Islands append to the forgoing rounded. That the said Libellant with bu uj cpenencea servants, I'nvatc room
to ihmother +: remarks some extracts Horn the reports and crew of seven men, transhipped from the for lodging. gentlemen, ladles, and families I
country. To this strait with its: letters of the Military and Naval said brig to the schr. Mary all the residue of : >neatly arranged. The undersigned hopes;
gentlemenwe )
nluable and increasing the paving stones that could be j diligent attention and industry to merit
commerce and have
to named: but convenient the custom
we lavealrady ly reached of bit friends and the publicgenerally.
the engrossed on account of the
of Mexico other
the Island of Key so large a ,portion of our columns by estimation,about twelve tons which cargo 8. A. (SPENCER.Indian .

West,from its location, bears the same re .that. their pulsation must be accomplished by about 12 o'clock at night.WM Key, Monroe County, Tfrrit4'j

lation (hat Gibraltar does to the straits and until some otter pods Tied T L That on the morning of the 13th lust., alter toif of Florida, November 7tb 183&. f t(

Mediterranean Sea of the old world opportune I I carefully sounding, the Libellant deemed it fj' -The' St. Augustine HeralJ. Cbarlce,
and raotNEW unsafe
: to the
YORL-Dr UeSclr. get brig oDder too Courier, Philadelphia
Whale weigh from her Saturday Courier
it is consequently at once made manifest, Capt. Eldridge from New York, we ba-e anchors, as the least stern way would have and .New York Advocate and Journal' wilt

how highly important it is that a Port with 'aDd received 311t papers from.that city of 26h Oth put her tie again on the Reef. finer accord. give the above five insertions aod forwanl
October. ingly, said
Libellant their accounts this
caused for
such a peculhrly interesting natural An warped her to bo payment;
position out
engagement between (rom the shoals ---
the (" of to tbe
'ree channel
should receive all the aid from art that Don Carlos and the Queen of Spain took: inside the Reef, at about 11 o'clock A. AS.I FOR hSA .>;. : .

can be bestowed, to render its possession the place latter our Bilboa on 11th Sept.. in which I ol weigh the for I3tli inst., when be got b ruodr, TilE. .Lot of Gaovno' lately owned1,
received cLeek. Key West Mallory..lOG feet
That front. .
1'Le Courier about hour and
by the upwards
of the United Slates aDd Enquirer of tIe 300.1__ after making sail, a strong wind arose from of 200 feet in depth, witb a gnat
certain uader all 4' From the North and number of plantafnba
circuautsjfecg. It extracts a heavy sea, which a.naandotherfruit
must we give it will! be tinned coo- tree
be plain to the most common understanding teeD the situation of "paln becomes the daring the whole oftbstdaj, sod bad the bandiomelv walled in, may be bad on J
tl>if tsjiranediito IttCID$to take i& from day more critical that the whole country every this said brig then been in the place where most reasonable terms. To insure its
iasstateof dilllrranzation: ; The ritilb Libellant boarded ber, she mint Lara purchase, less than one tbird of its coat wilt
# be
thumped at tar anchors ..411"4 "fl/irso taken. Apply this ealoe.
Oct. 10, 1835. (45htr.Jariowed

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; E e LC :: ID: E the money is regularly forwarded. beattfiful engravings: upon interesting sub.jeefs
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(); -The Thermometers are RUTHERFORD'S self Registering horizontal thermometers Essays: Poetry, from the best authors thor's works, annexed to each ; the head
the Quarterly representation of and review of Shakspcaie will be forth
$ : ," kept within doors, in a free circulation of air during the night as well as the Ladies' Fashions, adopted in Philadelnhia coming in February-Bryant's will follow'
-colored. Music J of the newest To tins paragraph we would respectfullycall

styles, &c. &c. the reader's attention, as the undertaking -
day.'O -.... Published regularly on the first day very is one of the greatest expense and la-

.-- -, -. !! ..-4-_-_,- -- ..-..-... after month, finding them wayfarers still, I montfi by Louis A GODEV, (it Ao. 3, bor. The likeness shall all bo taken ltV.
< utftcUZltat.! never slumbering, never reposing from the thenian Buildings, Franllin Place, the hest musters.
toil they have engaged in, until they have Philadelphia. The Magazine is printed on super-renal
From the. London New Monthly Magazine. fallen,almost literally,into time narrow grave Embellished with a beautiful and extensive paper, ui quarto} form, and stitched in a

COUSINS. by the wayside; their resting-plaro unpro- variety of engravings, from original handsome: cover.
Had yon ever a cousin, Tom tected by any other mausoleum or shelter and selected\ designs, both colored and Oflice 07 Liberty-street, Ncw-Yoik.
Did your cousin happen to sing than those trees which have witnessed their plain, with two engraved title pages, and *%.*** Editors of Newspaper, wio! wish! !
Sisters we've all by the dozen, Tom, devotions;. their names and worth unmarked two distinct indexes, (intended to pcifect ot exchange with u#, will oblige by copying
1 But a cousin's a different thing. their memories how- volumes in the also choice thi< and their
And find if had kissed her by any inscription; separate }ear,) a prospectus forwarding paper.ollice. ,
you'd you ever ever, closely treasured upand carefully noted collection of Music. original and selected, .
j Tom, .. ,
(But let this be a secret between us, among human affections, vviilnn the arranged for the piano or guitar, with nearly --' -- --- -'- ------ -

That your lips would have been in a blis. bosom of those fur whom their labours have 600 pages large octavo letter press, and PROSPECTUSOf

terTom, betn taken; and their reward, with a high only THREH DOLLARS PBR( ANNUM. a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled
r For they're not of the sister genus. ambition cherished well in their lives:, found Each niimbe rut' this periodical contains TUB SoUTllEKN LrrfRAuJorU'in, .

only in that better abode where they are 48 pages of extra royal octavo letter press, To be published in Charleston, S. C.
j There something, Tom, in a sister'slip promised a cessation from their labour?, printed with clear, new, and beautiful t tpe! ; numerous literary period!
but where their works still follow them.W. .- (arranged after the manner of the London WHILE issu"d from the American
When give tier a good-night kiss,
That savors you so much of relationship, G. Simms. La Belle Asscmblee,") on paper of the Press, which arc liberally patronized, it hah
t finest texture and whitest color. It i is rinbellisJicd -
That nothing occurs amiss ; hecua subject of general regret; that since
But a cousin's Tip, if you once unite SPIRITED FELLOW.-A man knocked with splendid Engravings on Copper the discontinuance of that able work, tin
With yours, in the quietest way, another down, the latter picked himself u,), and Steel, executed by artists of the Southern:; Review, there has been no :Magazine
Instead of steeping a wink that! night, and addressing his antagonist with great highest skill and distinction, and embracingevery established in South Carolina, aflbuling -
'.t You'll be dreaming the following day. show of spirit, said, "Pray sir, did you intend variety of subjects.. -Among these a suitable medium through which thr

that in earnest, or was it merely in are illustrations of Popular (..egciulHo- opinions of our best writers might be.
And people think it no harm, Tom, "
With a cousin to hear you talk ; fun? mantic Incidents, Attractive :Scenery::; and brought to bear directly and usefully upon
And no one feels any. alarm, Tom, "1 intended it in earnest," coolly replied portraits of Illustrious Females. The cumber the public mind. It is with a view to meet

At a quiet cousinly walk ; the other. commencing each quarter} contains a this demand, that the publication of tin-
.. But, Tom, you'll soon find what happen "It's well for you that you did," rejoined picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashion Journal is proposed-and that the general
ti to know,. the mettlesome man, with very piudent designed, engraved and coloied expressly and substantial support of the citizens ol
That such walks often into straying "for I'll be darned if I would have
1 ti grow manner, for this work, by competent persons the South, is respectfully solicited.
L j And the voices of cousins are sometimes taken it. fun. for that The
''i, R low I ecially| engaged purpose. The proposed Magazine wil: consist of
so ,
Embellishments of this charter which hate
original communications on Literary and
f' l Heaven only knows what you'll be say- !
ing.1'ben A HOPEFUL SON.-"I'apa, said a little appeared in former numbers, aic confessedly Scientific subjects, of notices! of icccnt
boy to his fat her thc other day, "when ono superior to any which have !been fllllli:h- pnblica'ions, particulaily in the department: ,
there happen so often, Tom, fellow strikes another, paint he got no right ed in any other similar American publication of light and fugitive Literature, of popular
i t Soft prell'illlC of hands andfingers, to strike back?" "Certainly he has," replied t and from the arrangements have twos' suggested by historical and local ::1 i<:.
r rf And looks that were moulded to soften \ the father. "Tho law of suit detente: I been made, there is:: every reason to believe sociatums of Poc.try and Political Intcll.genco. .
Tom, sanctions it." "%Vell then I'll tell you what : they will be improved in the coming vol Its columns arc intended to artord

And And tones on which walk memory is.half lingers the; it is," said the boy, "the next tune you box limes. In addition\ to the several Embellishments a vehicle! for the free, but temperate, d Ii",
't. long ere jour over,
stringsOf my ears, 1'JI hit you a deed of. a blow un- just referred to, every number cusson: of all questions I which, from their:

your heart are all put into play, de'rthc lidh rib." contains several Engravings on wood. representing importance, interest, or attraction, arc tic:
t By the voice of those fair demi-sistcrly foreign: and native scents, curi serving of the attention of an educate"
things, UNI'N.GIAuLJohn: camo in out of ous and inn-resting subjects, natural history, rornrnunit).. If it shall !become, what its
lu not quite the most brotherly way. humor to supper. There were some brown Entomology, Conchology, Numerous:: 'Incidents name imports, a Journal of strict Xouthtrn
bread crusts on the table; John wanted a Ornamental Productions, Embroidc [literature-if it shall! serve to place upor
And the song of a sister may,bring to you of white bicad. John said his mother and other needle work ,
Torn piece ry, Riding, ; record a true account of the opinions, fe'!
Such tones, as the angels woo, eat that bread this!: moment, do you ing, &c., besides one or more pieces ol ings, habits, and general tone of thmkin
!hear? 'I wonl 1 wont.1 'Well then let Music for the Piano
But I fear if your cousin should sing to so popular arranged or of an enthusiastic and high-mindcdpeop!
.. you, Tom, it alone! '1 wont :let it alone, nothcr, so Guitar. -if; under tile enlivening inspiration of t II.!.
You'd take her for an angel too : 'Do as you please, John.1 '1 wont do as I Every six numbers of the work form an Genius Loci, and with the approving snuKa
For so curious. a note is. that note of theirs please, so.' elegant volume suitable for binding and of the generous, and the Fair, and the o,ncunence ,
That you'll fancy the voice that gave it ---=-.- :
with these are furnished gratuitous a s'i- and effective iid of the learr/c
Had been all the white singing the na A schoolmaster advertises that }he will ,
tional air, (perhly engraved title page and a general and 'talented men among liS,if it shall coi
Instead of the Psalms uf David. keep a ;Sundaychool:) twice a week. Tuesdays index of contents. 0 JJ- The terms of the tubule, in any small degree, to secure ft'>
" and Thursday.:: Lady'x Book arc three dollars in aJcanec. the South that elevated literary position i r

,tra I once had,a cousin that sung Torn, Persons remitting; Ten Dollars shall be entitled which it i is entill'd, and! which it is capni},:i
. 4 And her name may be nameless now, GREAT NATIONAL WORK.AMERICAN to four cuple'sof the work. Persons of maintaining, its design will then Lc ful'j
, .1\' i But the sound of those! songs is still young MAGAZINE remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entitledto accomplished
" i-! I Tom, six copies of the work, anti ac'ditional' The work will be conducted by thcsnl''
Though we are no longer so. Of'Wlt'.lul and Entertaining Anolrit' to
? copies$ of tho west engravings. Persons scriber, assisted by several 1 literary gentmen \! -
'Tis folly to dream of a bower of green, be illustrated by numerous It/igratinga.
, N I When there is not a leaf on the tree, procuring Ten Kuvv Stib.c.iibers; and forwarding who have pledged themselves too-:.
i r But, 'twit(( walking and singing, that 1IY TilE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. the cash for the same, besides:: a trilm'c constantly and liberally to its clunins <
4 cousin has been The success which has attended the pub- discount of fifteen |per cent, shall be presented who are interested in- its sea t t
'. (God forgive her !) the ruin of me.society. lication of the best ;Magazines from the with a copy of the third volume of and who think the present a favorable jLr .
English Press, has led to preparations for .the work superbly bound. tore for the commencement of such an m I' ,
_And___ _now_ I_ care__ noutrht for_ .. Tom., issuing a periodical more particularly adapted lerpl ze. It will be printed in an ortu"
And lead a most anchorite life, to the and taste of the American I ---- ---- '
wants form, on fine in monthly number!
j For I've lov'd myself into sobriety, Tom, public. While it will be the object of tho PROSPECTUS 56 pages cach.and paper will /bo to <=-. ,,-
put p.
of the wish for wife
And out a : Of the Third Volume of the
proprietors to make the work strictly whatits soon as a sufficient number of subset t'.a
But, oh if I said but half what I might PAH LOR MAOA'L.d.1ti'EEELY ; ;.
say, title indicates, it will, nevertheless, con- can bo obtained to :III t !'Bits publicationThe :::, ,
*I So sad were the lessons would give, tain all articles of interest to its patrons, I A paper devoted to Lite- "Journal" will be furnished 10 s.1 I
That 'twould keep ypu from loving for which appear in foreign :Magazines. I raturcand the Fine Arts; the Drama ; scribers at fivo dollars per annum, pap: '
I a have been enter the fashions; Tales; Essnjs; tugra: ducal
many day Extensive preparations at the expiration of six months from '"
And from cousins as long as you live ed into, both with artists and Authors, to I' ;:)Sketches; the History of Women; Harmless date of the first number.

G,,, furnish, from all parts of tho Union, draw- Satire ; Review of New Works, &c. DANIEL
? of t Ac.; and embellished: with superior Engravings : K. WHITAKCK
, ; 'j TIIK .v PHE.'CIIF.R.-In our ings and illustrations every subject
: ; Fine Wood Cuts Plate of the Charleston. 24lh :March, 1835.
forests: ;
western where men arc remotely! interest, which ho publishers! confidentlybelieve .
issue workhonorable Fashions, and M'isic. Price three dollars At a meeting of The and Y,-
t situated from one another, and cannot well will enable them to a Literary .
provide for an established p'j\ce of worshipand to its title and acceptable to the |I"!r annum, payable' in advance. losophical Society of South Carolina, n
The PAuLOR MAUAIINK is now in the versed the 27th March the fut!! ,''
a regular (pastor: dill labours of the American IVopIe. I on 1835,
Missionary, valued at the lowest standard Tho American Magazine is published I meridian of us popularity; and as aspiring in" Resolution was olH-rcd by BCHJ-j ::

I of human want, arc innpprl' iI\Llu. We monthly-each number containing between hopes. without a shadow,, and cloudlet Elliott, Esq., seconded by Myer M. CvEsq. '.'

may add, that never did Uboreis mote de. I forty and fifty imperial[ octavo pages, at Two prospects without a horizun, continue to ., and unanimously: adopted-
serve, yet less frequently receive their re- Dollars per annum, payable in advance. I cheer, it on .its way, we may reasonably* an- Re ohed, That: The Literary p
habit moderate in i ticipate for it a long day of triumph. For losophical understand with IlL'
ward Humble in do- It comprises: -Portraits and! Biographical t Society ,
sire, indefatigable in wall doing pure in Sketches of distinguished Americans m general appearance, mechanical arrangeenjyand gratification, that 3Ir. Whitaker is at .

practice :and intention, without pretence or Views of Public Bmldinqs, :Monuments, ? typographical execution\ it may commencing a monthly Journal, to Ix i
ostentation: of any hind, they 'have gone and improvements ; Landscape scenerythe justly assert its claims to rank among the voted to the advancement of Sout.: < ;-.
freely and fearlessly into places I ho most boundless variety anti beauty of which, I mart beautiful periodicals in the United Literature, and, with pleasure, declare il-
and in this I States.=The Literary.department u opinion of his full qualification for *lIrl! -
remote perilous with an empty scrip, I country, will form an unceasingsource contributed '
but with hearts filled to overflowing with I of instruction and gratification; Engravings to by many of the ablest writers undertaking, and comply with his requeto -
the love of iod ail' good will to. men ; j and descriptions of the character, in the country: men whose names, if they on permitted to publish the proceedu.*
m preaching their doctrines with. a simple 1 habits, &c. of Bird, feasts, Fishes, and I, gave us permission to use them, would of the society, and such cornmunica"" *
ami an nnstudie.1 eloquence, meetly. char. I I Insects, together with every subject connected I save us the trouble of circulating our claims to the society, as the curators may appr!"'"'

tE acteristic of and will adapted, to, the old! I with the GeographyHistory, Natural on the public through the medium of a11)r (SifYnedJOSEPH. JOHNSON.

groves, the deep piirnittveforestsand i : rudoJy I and artificial resources of the country, illustrated \ 1)l.'CtIlS. President, pro lee1

'-' b: rlt'n wilds, m which it is their vvunt I in a familiar and popular manner. I For selection, the literary gardens of all JACOB DE LA Mom, Secretary.
commonly to tl1(> BOSTON BEWICK CO. America and half I ,
most give Europe
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