Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00052
 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00052

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... One Lott Wneclnght, Jr. son of a most a great variety of Ornamental Letter.- %* The editor bu great pleasureinbeicg of
'QI -- able the approbation
and Dashes Urass to announce many
t\SsortmcntofCub ,
THH INQUIRE. respectable merchant of Boston, and his Their Rule, and other ornaments will bo found to eminent medical gentlemen to the plan of
partner in business, took occasion a few which will this publication
of :
extensive, specimens
pITED AND rOBLIS ...D BY J. ATKINSON.JVbfiui beat his father unmercifully be very I ....
days since to most
be forwarded to Printers an soon as they -
addictusjvrarc in vcrla magistr;." while riding with him in o <{'g He can be prC'part'd.Printing THE NEW-YORKER. t d

,'I "NUMPEK struck tho old gentleman with tM.: butt end Presses of every description.Prinhng On Saturday the 21st of March, will be
52. VOLUME i. of his and! wounded him Ink of the most approved qualities,
riding whip badly issued the first number of time second ..1. ,
Oalle 1 1lishers
DECEMBER 12, 1035. in the head. Such an outrage caused as it Composing Sticks, Brass Imposing NE vYonEn and the .
of THE pub
'I. Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, umo ;
most should Juno done
PUDMSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT necessarily very Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha trust this:: early announcement will t ::1
FIVE DOLLARS PEIl ANNUM.Q high excitement, and the scoundrel perpetrator complete assortment of all articles usedin attract the seasonable attention of all those I j
\\assented Horn nil communion and '
Subscribers at distance must pay in a Printing Office will be kept constantly who may choose to commence their subscriptions i

,\llvancc,or have an agent in this city courtesy He was cut by every one on on hand. at that time. '
'Change, and eslluiied: 'finm the readingrooms fonts suitable for Bookbinders, will continue
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of Small THE NEVV-YORKER to pre. ,
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of Insurance ot. &c. He oughtnot in great variety, may be had when called servo tho general character which has thus ., ;
lines for the first insertion and to be permitted ere ,in to show his for. and ,
fifteen ,) far secured it tho approval of a steadily :
Seventv-Five Cents for each subsequent lace in civilized society. Let him join the Orders from all partsof the Union will be rapidly increasing patronageand a popularity :
All Advertisements be, abolitionists fur think of other attended to, 1
continuance. we can no promptly and most carefully commensurate with the sphere of its ""'
continued until otherwise ordered. None body of men that would not bo disgracedby and particularly in supplying SORTS for all its 1
circulation. The of plan
will be considered less! than n square.OJNo iiB cnnpanionship.-[Onur. & Enq. fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin- peculiarities .
were adopted after much reflection and we i
: subscription be discontinued ny &Konaldson, and Richard Honaldson. ; ;
(unless at the option of the Editor,) until all ---- ---------HAGAR- Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby have not learned that its prominent features ;

arrears are paid. LtESPECTFULi4Y, inform the Printersof L. Johnson, as heretofore. have failed in a single point to receive the 1
All letters to the Editor on business, JOHNSON & SMITH.No. approbation of its patrons and tho public.
the United States, to whom they have .I.
must be Post Paid. long been individually known as established C. George St. Philadelphia, 1033. The paper will continue to be arranged &S
who insert
:: r :-:-- Letter rounders, that they have now formed 0:7": Publishers; of Newspapers follows:
1) 0 r t r ,'1. a co-partnership in said business, and this advertisement, and forward a paper J. Di'partmcnt-Embracing the ')
.. it to J. & S. will be entitled to .
-- containing
hope from their united skill and experience, whole outer form of the and

The annexed is the Magdalene's Hymn in settlement of their accounts presenting
be able to full satisfaction to all who $3, payable
to give twelve columns of Reviews I",
from the C C ity of the Plague,' by Professor may favor them with orders. when their bills amount to not less than$10.J.&S. ample
of New PubhcationsOriginal and Selected
Wilson. Editor of lackwood'sInga2. ne. The introduction of machinery in place j
of Tales, Essays: Poems, Anecdotes, &c. &c.
tedious and
of unhealthy practice
I The air of death breathes through our soul, hand desideratum BUUCE'8 NEw YORK TYPE FOUNDRY The original contributions to this department f .
casting type by long
The dead all round us He ;
By day and night the deatl,-hell toll, the Eurcpean and American Fouuderswas, No 13 Chamber ft. near Chatham. arc regularly and promptly paid for ;
And to die.' by American ingenuity! and a heavy expenditure and in addition to the many wiiters who
says Prepare THE price of five line Pica plain and antique -
of time and money, on the part of our is educed to 25 cents a Ib. and Six have favored us with articles during the

The face that in the morning sun senior. Extensive partner, first successfully of the machine accomplished. cast let- line Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby past year, and whoso essays will continue d

We thought so wondrous fair, use its making these perfect metal types cheaperthan to enrich our columns,we have the promise
tested and established
ter, has fully superiority -
Hath faded, ere his course was run, that cast any other. of assistance from others whpse names are
particular, over
Beneath its golden hair.I every has had added to its
J by the old process. This foundry lately already well known to their countrymen.We .

r The Letter Foundry business will hereAfter former unparallelled assortment several sizes do not parade t the names,as is the fashion
1 the old in his
see man and Ornamented
graveWith of Shaded, Condensed
thin locks be carried on by the patties before of some; but wo confidently appeal to
silvery ; Printers the
grey which letterpressare
I see the bright child's tresses wave named under the firm ofWhitelIagar&co. Types enabled, by to rival the impressions from the experience of the past year as affording \;;'

1 In the cold breath of the clay. Their specimen exhibits a complete series copper-plate in beauty fancy and tasteful an earnest of our zealous, untiring, and we .; 1
from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book: 1 '
trust not altogether unsuccessful exertions
display.The 2 ;
in the most modern
and News being
4 The loving ones we loved the best, light and style.type assortment embraces 250 sizes or to render the literary character of the New '

J Anti Like the magic all arc gone bathes! in i White, Hagar & Co. arc agents for the varieties,from 12 line pica to pearl, of Roman Yorker inferior to that of journal of its ,j
wan moonlight rest
i Their monumental stone. sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses Italic, Black, Antique, Italian, Title, class in this country. ,1
which they can furnish to their customers Condensed, Shaded, Backslope, German II. Political Intelligence. this department '

1 Cut not when the dealli-praycr is said at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, Text, Oroamentedl\Iusic&c. and also Pica alone does the New-Yorker present I

The light of life departs ; Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every Fractions, Superiors, Space Rules, As- an anomaly in the history of the newspaper .
article used in the Printing Business, kept tronomical and other Signs, Ornamented
The body in the grave i is laid, of tho Union. Our .
plan embraces -
Its in hearts. for sale, and furnished on the shortest no Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules, nearly press
beauty our
tice. Old type taken in exchange for new 300 Borders and more than 1000 Cuts or tho collection of every important ]

' holy midnight voices sweet i. at 9 cents per pound.N. Ornaments for Newspapers, School-Books, item of political intelligence-whatever bo ,

Like fragrance fill the room, B. Newspaper Proprietors who give and Scientific works. its character and bearing-in the languageof !

I'I't happy ghosts with noiseless! feet the above three insertions, will be entitledto The subscribers furnish Composicg-S,, historical record, and with the strictest

Come bright'ning from the tomb. rive Dollars in such articles as they may Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture, Paper, regard to tho preservation of an unquestioned :

select from our specimen.New Ink,all kinds of Printing Presses, and every neutrality between the contending :

. know who sends the visions bright; York,1U35.BRUCCS t article required in a Printing-office, at the parties, opinions and sectional divisions : .
From whose dear side they came manufacturers'prices. They also execute w
existing in the The Editor refers
We tail before orders for Stereotyping.
eyes thy light,
with satisfaction the fact that (,
-The subscribers respectfully a proud to kr
We bless our :Saviour's name Printers of Newspapers who publish this
inform the printers, that they have recently advertisement (with this note) three times throughout tho past year, he baa presented

This frame of dust, this feeble breath completed a variety of new fonts of letter before tho end of the fear 1835, shall receive a minute and circumstantial account of all > j
The Plague may suon destroy; in tine, style of the latest European speci payment when they make a purchasefrom tho elections which have taken place in the .? ,

TVe think on Thee and feel in deathA mcns, well calculated for ornamental prin the Foundry of four times the amountof several States,during an eminently ardent ,

deep and avfuljoy.Dim tingorsaclefuldisplayand: making au assortment their bill. GEO. BRUCE & CO. and excited canvass, without once incurring
:: of Printing Types unrivalled in il
New-York, Aug. 22, 1835. 42 the censuro or even tho of '
is the light of fanish'd beauty,extent and variety.! A book of ape- exception any J
the yeanIn cirnens may be obtained. at the Foundry, political journal. And, while he reservesto
0 id IP grief! 0 foolish tears '. No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham The Family Physician and Gazette of Human himself the right of commenting briefly ."'.
; When Jesus calls us home. It contains specimens from Twelve Line but freely on the topics of the day, and of :
Pica to Pearl-comprising Life. ottering such suggestions the
as of 'J
45 forms of Roman Caps with 1. case. Being a Library of Health and Hygenie, aspects .
Like children
fur bauble fair the times !
some seem to require he holds
may ,
35 do Italic do do and of Popular and General Medical
'I hat weep themselves to rest ; rendered familiar to himself pledged! that such remarks shall not '"
We with life-awake! and there 6 do title Roman do do Knowledge, every :
The part jewel in our breast 5 do title Italic do d.. individual : embracing every subject connected interfere, in any material degree, with the i
5 do sh'd Roman do do with the prevention, treatment, views, the doctrines or the prospects of any f '1
17 do do and cure of diseases-the qualities of He
TRUTH .tN \ 100D. Antique do political party. cherishes the confident 1
12 do Black do do medicines-their ;ood and ill effects onhealth expectation,that the files of the New-Yorker '1
BIT R. H. WILDE. 5 do Open Black do do -the ingredients of secret or patent will hereafter be referred to for the truth of
There's a tuneful river, 'i du Script do do medicines-the true principles of eat- of
In Erins Isle.- 5 do Germ'n'1'extdo do ing and drinking, or eating and drinkingto any statement regarding : "
Where the sunbeams quiverIn !25 do Two l'nc roin'n caps with figs live-domestic cookery-chemistry- tho results oi elections, &c. &c. since its :

silvery smile ; 11 do Two lines Italic, capitals. and a great variety curious, valuable, establishment, with mutual deference and l

Where the leaves: that fall 10 do Slid Caps of various kinds. and interesting knowledge,of the highest with entire conviction of certainty. :I

'Ncath the Autumn sky, 0 do Open do do importance to all, and hitherto bidden III. General Intelligence-Consisting of 1

Grow gem-like all, 7 do Italic capitals>> and figures. from the mass of mankind. Foieign and Domestic News,Literary Items .

And never die ; Besides ornamental letters backslopc, Contributed to by a number of practising Statistics, Biief Notices of the Drama '
&c. 1
And such is the stieam by truth cnlightcn'dThat music,lottery figures, piece fractions, su- Physicians.The However it '
leaves the breast by wisdom hri l.tl'n'ti periors, astr .nomicalajid oihcrsigns, space object of this work is to present eve- may be the fortune of others +
W here even the joys that the storms dissov'r, rules, brass rule), ornamental dashes, long ry bubject connected with diseases and its to obtain tho confidence and patronage of !

Are turned to gems that flow forever. braces, more than two hundred kinds of treatment, which, by its simplicity and per- tho public, on the credit of prospective improvements #

There's a darkling tide bordersand more ban 1000 kinds of cuts spicuity of its details, shall enable all who and future excellence, the publishers j

In the Indian clune, and ornaments for school books, newspa- wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most are content to rest their claims to i

By whose herbless side pers and scientific works; orders for any of interesting and important sciences. public consideration distinctly on what i 'f

There's a sulphury slime- which, or composing sticks, cases chases, The advantages of such a publication to they have already accompliahedand i
To the flower that it touches, Ao will be c expected:Unhc utmost promp all lanksof society need not insisted upon fully invite the of respect- :
A scorching wave- titude, a large stock being always on band. since they must suggest themselves to patron literature .
To the bird that approaches, They will aUoexccutc orders for printing every reflecting mind. Under the iuflucoce to examine their journal and judge ; ;:.
A weltering grave : presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish at of the diffusion of sound medical knowledge what it idlllc from what it is.-

And such are the waters of bitterness rising manufacturers prices. I among all classes,empiricism must be i When it is considered that no periodicalof

In tho dcscit bosom of dark disguising ; Printers newspapers will please publish disarmed of the dangerous weapons with. like character for originality variety

.And the birds of Joy, and the flowers of this adverti'iementwlth this note)three which it wars so successively against the life I of literary contents, comprehensiveness of '

Feeling, limes, sending a paper containing it to the of maul the abusive employment of medicines .. plan,and the amount of matter '
Mint perish wherever that wave. is Foundry, and receive payment when they so baneful to health, will give place (o' has ever been presented
-.- stt'aling'j I purchase four times tho amount of their bills the rational administration of remedial) attempted in this

CONVERSATION' i.v: fOWN'E.\ST .,from the Factory. agents, and the scientific and experienced i country at a less price than three to five

EN._Who H coming here to-day? said GEORGE BRUCE, & Co. physician will be aided in his effort to al. dollars per annum, the publishers trust they
Icviale the sufferings of will not be deemed in
Polly. New York.pjOrders. humanity. Noth presumptuous expressing -
"A tutor from Cambridge answered for the above Foundry will be ing that can add to the utility of the work the hope that their journal will attract -

Beckv. attended to immediately if gent to shall be neglected. The principles of deit the attention, even if it should not

Whnt w a tutor?" nslied! Polly. A. I:. :\I1f LEn. and regimen shall be explained, and their secure the favor,of the patrons of American -
No.4 Broad-st. CI.larlcliton. S. C. application enforced. The ingredients of literature.
"A tutor? Uw me! mercy! child, don'i. :May 23HTYPi secret remedies shall be given and the wholt Co.

you know ?" said Becky. -- .. subject materia rnedica shall be discussedand CONDITIONSThe "

"Why, he1 a person what tutei.n I : FOUNDRY. explained in alucid and simple style. NEW-YOBKER will published every I}
--0._ O::::7-A premium of $100 will be awarded Saturday large ii
morning on a imperial
: of RICHARD to the writer of the best
F.DO.U.-u meditating' a journey thro I RON AI ()S.oN his long established and 20 essay (not exceed- sheet of the best qualm, and afforded to

tho 1 confine of Edorn, 1 had: ovcrlookc .the very extensive Type I'ollodry.110 subscri- the ing community pages octavo of the) on general the advantage diffusion to I patrons in city or country, at TWO DOL A

prophetic denunciations against any who ben have formed a co-partnership for the medical knowledg 1 he of LARS per annum payable in advance.
aro to be I
should traverse it so anti wonder purpose of continuing said business and for The of the
literally the directed, post paid, to tho editor, in all of. experience past year admonishes
fully enforced up to Clio present huur.- convcn-.eiice of their friends and patrons June next. us to regard the advance payment from

'';one shall i>assthrongh it forever and! cvfK have removed their establishment to amore The award of the premium will depend distant subscribers an indispensable

'I will cut olF Mount Seir, him thatP35oIh I intention central to keep part on of the Land city.good As assortment it is their upon iciaos.the decision of several eminent phys- ,dition. When, from peculiar circumstances con. ,;

out,and him that returned The of the best type, and to make such additions c j:7LHton: payment is delayed till the expirationof !

tcpaicd and persevering attempts of tray I I and improvements aa this taste of the trade respectfully invited, postmasters and others, are the quarter, fifty cents will be added. .

dlt.u? explore Iduirtea have always provedtboritty and the wants of the country require, they person who remits tea to act dollars as agents will hive Any ten Any person remitting ten dollars free of ,

except in two instances &ell.CII! flatter themselves that this establishment copies forwarded him. Persons charge to us,shall receive.ix copies for ono .

t.dlll''pa* through,' and died soon after at will merit a Urge share of patronage. They one dollar wilt hate eight numbers remitting sent.- year, and IK the same proport.-on for a lar

Aleppo; Vrckhardt penetrated into it, (hut be have furnished now several fonts OQ baud, which can AU distant communications to be addressed ger number. Post Masters and others

hut tumcd, ide iD dismay: and died soon at a few hours notice, and are to the editor,No. 6 Cortlandt street, New respectfully requested to interest themselves areffi.1
to make
prepared fonts
&ft ( ol all J
at "-Monroe's'frnel"in Syria I sizes, fr.'\m Pearl, to *? Ino pica weights, Including and scribers York,(and to mutt be post Qaid.) Yearly sub- in our behalf, wuh the assurance thai the li

commence with No. 1. ,best possible terms will be afforded them



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I __ .._ d or mission, that they might be prepared for tog and reflected, and I am now satisfied' I \

"EXTRACTS I the severe trial of their faith nt his condom that: the king snake; had crept over my neckto ENQUIRER. '

i prom the New York Mirror. nition and crucifixion, by the Jewish rulers my rescue, there being a largo log on -_.
AUTUMN. which approached. lIe often took one side, and the lake on the other, so that KEY WEST, FLORIDA :

has been the 'occasion duiiug tho latter part of his life: his nearest route to his enemy wa over mebody.
Tie of America
}; Autumn theme of admiration; almost every to fortify their minds for that calamitous: : But although my life was providen SATURDAY DECEMBER 18,18357i : (

frequent foreigner speaks of it with enthusiasm, and: distrustful event. Peter alludes to it: Bally preserved, yet the effects of that scene CQ-See i fourth page S f

however ill-natured they may be upon other in one of 'his public letters,as a most mem a re tho exhaustion of a great portion of my --o+0 .-

;; matters-the worshipper of Italian skies the ora ble occl! ion, and one which left a deep excitability, and introduction of gmy TVH.Through an oversight whec ( I

': forgets his rapture while contemplating of a thousand: and lasting impression in favor of Jesus as hairs and premature debility in my powers[ correcting the proof of our last
beautiful Autumnal vesture bound tile' true Messiah. Then appeared {in vision of mind and body.-[Anecdotes of the paper, we
clothes! made to commit
dies with which nature were something of a bally
l wilds." T beinvi..orating ) to the trembling and astonished direr South. ,
less forests of hreczes U these of western thisdeliffhtful season ,)les, Moses and Elijah, who held converse a- I> saying, That an increase of lights along

t are now beginning; be felt ; the country with our Lord. And a voice proceeded WO+IAN'S HAND.-There is scarcely in the Florida Reef would probably diminish

his assumed a tender and melancholy beauty from a bright and extraordinary cloud' the whole scope of our enjoyment-(it is n the number," the words of weeks should

in accordance with the decline of the which surrounded them," This is my bolo- bold assertion, but oh, how true!1)-a) send have been added.ADMIRALTY .

year, and a rural visit now possesses more veil Sun" A similar attestation to our ration more delightful than: that arising

attrctitJDSao/ in the Summer months. Awe Saviour had (before been given. It was from the warm touch of a woman's hand Coin In
Keinble's exquisite a 'hasty .
write, Miss soon after this event, that Jesus expresslytold Its very delicacy and weakness, as it glides paragraph I
t' lines come thronging on our memory; Dry last week we stated tho arrival
ant's Death of the Flowers," and poor his disciples, that he should shortlygo into n moro strong and manly grasp, is a fit of the j
Brainard's Elegy," sound in our cars their to Jerusalem, and there suffer death. emblem of the just confidence the heart i iso is Schr.:: Exit in charge of wreckers. The '

subdued requiem. Like the poet Thompson This memorable spot is about the centre desirous to bestow upon its destined Exit is of Savannah, commanded by Capr.

our own profitably cherished, and dear of Galilee. It is a high mountain and ol' protector. And whilst the, nerves thrill Sisson Nearly all her cargo was thrown

Halleck is said to write more freely and rough and difficult ascent; but on the top over the soft fingers and the electricity of overboard before the assistance ofVr&cJ..cr

seriously, when there is a considerate space,, nearly level, passion is firing-cvery vein-whilst a spirit ? !I
It The melancholy days arc come, the sad which was fortified \\'yJ05\ phustheJewisl richer and mote refined ihan thought itself: was received, and we have not yeti learned

deft of the year." f Hullers the bosom how that portion of that so thrown
i. general, who lived soon after Christ, and I the heart seems any overboard

His works abound in beautiful passages in the time of the Roman army besieging striving to expand itself into that unutterable h has (been saved. The vessel! i is much Injured -

' to commemoratiun of "this and season, which Jerusalem and overrunning Ju lea/ Therewas ecstacy. of beings, so seldom felt, so and it was with difficulty she could I
all memories from
h live upon we quote ?
formerly something of a village there: impossible to be described:
; 1wharf. 1
ours one, which sweetly and forcibly expresses kept free at one time although
lying at the
: in metre, what Irving and Paulding and latterly, a monastery. It rises in the Reader, if like myself, thou hast slippedover

4 ; have told in prose, and Wier and Cole por- midst of a large plain, and is about thirty the mature age of thirty, invoke, I pray
trayed upon canvass : stadia:: high. Mount Heimon is not far dis thee, the aid of memory, and let her recall The decision of His Honor Judge Wellin

"We have not Tempo's Arcadia's spring tan from it; nor is: the eminence far oil in moonlight fitfulness, the scenes of thy I the case of the Exit gives to the Salvors

Nor the long summer of Chatayan vales, where our Lord delivered his celebrated courtshipthy: April mornings bonsai to per cent on the value of the goods sav--d
The vines, the flowers, the air, the slues, discourc, usually called his sermon on theMount. fear-ol love,joy and passion. Let those
that fling .-[A rner. Mag. visions of (bliss again rise in a shadowy review and glOOO as salvage on the vessel. We
wild enchantment o'er Boccocia's understand Sisson
Such like the' springing afresh of a rainbow Capt. was not insured.:
tales is a large .
fountain-thou wilt own that whether .
Of Florence and the Aruo-yet the wing speckled snake by common usage in the, amidst the luxuries of CE\TRAL BANK OF FLORIDA.-A le'ter
art screened
Of life's best angel, health, is on her Southern States, the king snake, perhaps by a
galesThrough because he is the most formidable f friendly shade from ll.e too strict scrutinyof lately received in town state: that on the
I sun and snow-and in the autumn oi the rattle snake. It seems to be the tht brilliant chandelier, or in the solitudeof presentation by the writer of one liundiul

time, I chief object of his existence to seek, pursue nature's unmanned magnilicence-wheth- and forty dollars of the notes of the above
Earth has no purer and no lovelier clime. er lulled by subduing serenity of a sum
and to destroy the latter whose retreat named institution
some months since with
," I mer's eve or revilling in the babel ,
Our clear warm heaven at noon-the mist and are discoverable tho emission voices
that shrouds presence by merry sleigh bells-if thou couldsl but a request to have the amount in silver or
of a peculiar smell 01 t
Our twilight hills-our cool and starry a cucumber| vine. The resembling king snake that to almost win the confidence of her thou It. vest, so U. S. i'ank: notes, he received for answer

f eves, seemingly unconscious it had t'scaptd: he, that 'he could accommodated
all other animals is the ) on
The of sunset clouds : most gentle piymg
splendour our
glorious maidenly keeping she would trust her timid -
The rainbow beauty of our forest leaves, and harmless of creatures, you may sink e hand in thine-thy thoughts flood. one per cent premium for the Notes, or one

Come o'er tho eye in solitude and crowds.Where'er .' him he shows no resentment, ho hisses not, ed with bosom were anda half per cent premium for thcsihcr
I delight-thy ,
very glowed
his web of song our poet weaves, nor dues lie exhibit any terror or sluggish
I with a Oh how thou and that to obtain available for the
And hill mind's brightest vision but displays ness. Drawn by the smell of tho cucurn generous rapmrc. money
The autumn scenery of his boyhood's days." her, ho frequently enters gardens, (but hi s then swore to my iieait, of hearts (a more notes he held, he was obliged to allow the

appearance exc.tcs no alum! in.any human holy, more pure: than that of the altar,) to one per cent for U. S. Paper to be deduc,
1 TIMKIt waits for no man-it travels protect, to comfort h ;r-=:'to minister to herjoys
that knows be i is the snake ted.
being king oi:
i onward with inexorable ; to be her guard, her her al1m
f an even, uninterrupted, the guide, I
and children will
women -
step, without accommodating itself contrary, aj all. If thou didslnot, thou writ no lover As we have unquestionable authority for 1
him about with stick
turn and
t' to the delays of mortals. The restless proacn a Purchase with the soft reminisccnco of t tho f fact, we would thank the TallahasseePapers

hours pursue their course-moments press playfully ho is only annoy restless him oil, with the rattlesnake perfect impunity, whose<; stolen glances (the first cflect of unpled: to give us light on the subject. We )

c after\ moments-day treads upon Jay year strength and! venom avail nothing againsthe gcd love) timid speeches and ardent vows,, l feel considerably interested in having Htr-!
J ; rolls\ upon yar. Does man 10\ler1-pro- end of comes withering thought faith broken ,
activity moJu attack of tin
d crnsunato-is he listless: or indolent? lie- king snake, who is always victor in looks estranged and vows forgotten- credit well spoken: of abroad, and sliuuld

I If hold the days, months and years, unmindful combat. Yet the rattlesnake is a lerribl e\'ery e the old countenance, the haughty answer,, therefore like to know why one of the largest

of his delay, are never sluggish, but reptile. Thcro is a.pcculuuity truly appalling the disdained smile. Alas 1 memory is too, Banks in the'1'erritoryond one of t.V!

march forward in silent and solemn pro in time sound of his rallies, unlike ihi faithful witness; and when called 10 boa i pets of the Legislative Council, should n:
cession. Our labors and toils, our ideas testimony to the dearest pleasures of"cLan '
noise of
other creature and when o be able
any ; to redeem with hundred
specie one
and feelings may be suspended by sleep- you hear it, even the first time tbo true Sync, dare even there to be cross-esanun I
darkness, silence and death may reign sunctuf nature impresses on quailing ed.: and forty dollars of its own notes, vvitliou:

t around us, but Time rc+ts not, slumbers heart that danger und death are your near Nov- icquiring a discountofone percent Whiru

;' not, but presses along and knows no stop er shaUl forget one horrid event ot my life i 1 A cooi IDEA.--A distinguished witcof : t :is the, institution in the country, consaell! din
We dam mighty rivers- this country :> that acknowled
ays an
pages. may up I was fishing on & southern lake one summer good credit, whoso officers could /have,
them in their to the gcd gentleman is never bound
atop journeYing ocean- to notice the
press them back to their source-but the day affected, an unusual disposition to scnnlous abuse of notorious and prover done the! like without a .once blasting its
sleep me. I stuck the cud of
arrest of Tune is beyond tho |power of any fishing, rod in the bank of the lake, an in y d bial blackguards:: Thu same i idea is expressed Prosperity V AXJ'

human beu.g, besides Omnipotence. The beautiful m the old saying," .\ well-bred l :nui -

clock msy cease to strike, tho bell to toll 1',l sought a 1 laitllO'selfon pluce tit'shade the beiwec to cyijo y will not insult me, and no other cat:." Ii i s HEALTH or KEY WEST.-A confru\er-

the sun may cease to shine, the moon standstill two repose trees scarcely six feet from gras3 each tithe r, implied also, in following passage, vv hicl sy has been occupying the Charleston j jpcrs l' .

:: but the busy hours pass on-the months my head resting against one and fee we came across the other day, m turning ( fur some time, upon the merits; of tl.e
and years must move forever !forward." my over the leaves of Lacou..*' If can
you '
against the other i slept. Thompsonian! practiceof Physic, which, u
not avoid a quairelviih .
: a !let
GRIEF "Grief loves to feed upon itself, When I awoke, I turned on one side, anperceived d your lawyer manage U rather blackguard thaif we understand it correctly, is on a plar.
I IA and to surround itself with multiplications at sumo distance burn me, two I somewhat
No his similar
t of its own image.-Liko a bee, it will find brilliant round orbs, and! instantly a tremulous : man sweeps own chimney, but cut to Doctor Sangmdu':,
!ploys:: a chumiey :sweeptr: who has nool.jecrtiou with this difference that fheThornsoniaiis
sweets in the IXNSOHOUS flower, and nestle mingled sensation ot wii indefinable _
c'' within its own creations, although they nature, came opus{ my faculties sun, to dirty work, because.: it i is:: his trade." apply their/ water twardly.. Be that as it /

pierce the heart that cherishes them. thing of an instinctive dictate of impulse A CONVENIENT The may one of the Thomsonian's opponents
.MAXIM.- .FrCUcll,
o'RIENDSIIIP-"Do you know what counselled there mo to avert thc looks, but then philosopher, Voltaue, laid it down as a .1 to provo the sufficiency of the regular put
; is? Yes it is to (be brother was such an absorbing, wishful delight lice
Friendship as fundamental maxim, when a falsehoodbecomes i presents' report of the sick M-J/
and sister two souls which touch each oliur in gazing into eyes fiat intently and expedient :
always to tell it
meltmgiy gazed into mine, thvtevcn the ; for, wounded in tIlt Garrison at lcy't.-:,
without meeting, like two fingers on thsame e although a few be able
persons might
tremulous pulsation of fear fixed my frame while Dr. Benj. B. Strobcl, now of Chains!
hand. the
detect it of
great the people ricv-
and 1 remained: so fascinated that i could! ion
was assistant
acting as in H
LOVE-"Love is like a tree, it shootsof but or would, an.* of course it would answer all ; Surgeon
the beautiful
itself, it strikes its roots deeply into our see In short nothing most J lost color i. the purposes of truth. This principle was 31 and 1032, comprising a list of oil tl!J I J
,lwassutotally m commingledetuoti
I j whole being, and frequently continues to be II!,that 1 was absolutely poweilest: adopted by the intriguing Talleyrand, aiui diseases, ve believe, to which human na'.t.( :
over heart ruinsand there is sir l.us been the secret of success m political t is
in front
green ; and I could not withdraw my gaze, u u subjected, a Chigocd toe up to 1'tver.
this unaccountable circmstance attending life, ul'cert uv individuals in this country.
even move. Suddenly the melting e e- .
r"1 )
# it that the -
that passion, the more
balls with of fire lliciu
glared sparks -
wasa Afflicted
tentactous it i is. Never is it stronger than The Jambler may read his fate in tl.c with one or more of these d.:
slaitled 'run
( a dreary stale;
44 i when it is most unreasonable.: : following lines: eases were135 patients, all successful!
1 raulcm1kc-Jls di
saw a huge was s-
WORDS-"How much our destiny turbed, and when 1 !heard, the hateful raltlosound "' Thice portals 'had the gambler's cave, I treated by Dr. Strobcl excepting four why

c' hangs upon a few words; words-how brief, the full danger of my suuationaroused I 1'heiruauts-uorttvFaMYthccit.wc, died-ono of consumption, one of drops}

t how mystcrous, yet |bow powerful their me, and through' all my t:me 1 I The And first by the lIlC'Iclillt'i others ho entrance"greets, I Ion the chest, one of a fall received whet
influence! The" instruments of our own felt the of and 1 retreat I
extremity tenor ; just as intoxicated, and one fell down lifeless when
will, tho directors of worlds, the arbiters: | was on the point oi! obeying a phrcnzicd el-' !
t !c-nnd its controllers-bnef words-that t fort to r rise and fly, Uod of heaven! 1 fellthe SPECIMEN or THE MlXED STt"Li:." apparcntly'ell3 result which not only

stamp an impress on the memory winch deadly reptile as 1 thought, coiling Ill the chuicli lard uf t e>kforU, near Cullen tells wvll for the skill of the PhysicianM

time cannot etl cc. Oh, if words:: were but around my neck I saw part of the body- iu Banrkmri", is: ihe following epitaph: which by the by, the people of Key West

accurately weighed,how much misery might licit his shiny skin upon my neck and Lb e'Hie facet Johannes! Anderson, Abcrdoniensis willingly bear e\'idcncc-but also for th:<-*
bo spared-how much evil might be prevented. shiver of horror went through every joint ,
." Who built this church healthfulness of onr climate, in proving
i and member of my frame Such a fuelingof )arddjke at his own
expenses' that no greater difficulty attends the trca'
agony:,: my eyeballs filled with scorching' I
MOUNT TAUOR. l flic-first red and nevi yellowish green. NOT DEAD.-" TIJC sum of :610 has: rncnt of diseases here than elsewhere.. Of

This is the spot generally supposed, as Oh, there arc momenta of uiitcDcOlucO: been lately given fur the bulb of a new tulip the 435, cases, 31 only were of fevers, :lId

hell by travellers, as by biblical commentators involve the seiisauuu of years, and when called the City cf Antwerp.' This of those diseases afflicting the greatest nun ,

to be the mount of trans}' the whole' detail of a thousand lethng'scarcely sum was paid by M. Vanderiuinck, of Amsterdam tier of notice-of Diarrhoea "2
patients we ,
guration. lint home persons, who have occupy the brief space of a leisure a florist, formerly a Captain in the ,
l recently vis ted the Holy Land, have expressed : thought. Nature: could endure no won, Dutch Army. cases; Mania a Potty, CD ; Cephalal/\ ,

tt, doubts on the subject The ace -unt and 1 lust all sense. At length J had their He realizes the Iligliah slang phrase "g u 56; Rheuuwtism, :-1; Catarrh, 24; CJ61Ic,

oftho evangelical iusiunui is, "that o, I painful tingling sensation of returning life it wy \ulia.It 17; Hepititis, 12; Erysipelas, 11 }'1'lt"u-

+ Lord took three of his: disciples, Peter: ,1 J' through my veins:: ; and when in full con- We have received iu first two or three rasy 10.

James, and John, and ucnt up into a high; ;:. sciousncss 1 arose from the earth, 1 saw, numbers of TiiE Ue.ux op-LIaEUTY )

mountain apart," or privately. His design' near roe, tranquilly and quietly living weekly newspaper pi blushed in Green, FATAL DCEL.-By an anh, dutiabtle

no doubt was to favor them with a new and i j snake, and farther off tho lifeless body ofa borough Alabama. It supports Hugh L. : last: week from St. Mark, w,1earIJ that sftt'il

femaruiblo: proof of Ins divine character,! treraeudoas rattlesnake. 1 sat upon a White for the Presidency.: I ) at Tollable
'ie! r 'tptook; ply


i ini! vicinity,between Col.Bellamy,I shall prooaMy! be able to form some opinion ,of 1,05J,000 )cars from the present time before tate are the required 16th of January to make payment 36. on of ;i i
\ see or of the feelings of the Executive on this our globe will be absorbed by the sun, WM. BUNCE, ad'mr.
President the Legisla-
\ for manfT : 3 subject, from the (one and language of the thus consumed by solar fire QUINTINA PACIIECOadm'rT '

fire Council, and Capt. White, brother of j message. But a positive recommendation' Nov. 161835. (51-tJ16] 1
annually 'W
'' l\\ (A itants were mortally wounded I. When looked for in that document. A messageof in the Island of Cuba is $14,175,000, of Lot of GROUND lately owned bj \ '
t White dead that description, wc presume, if madeat which the Crown of Spain receives more THE Mallory, 106 feet front and upwards 4 \
sailed Capt. was "
vessel is made
i fa!: all, will bo made confidentially, and of than half. The aggregate up: of 200 feet in depth, with a great :t ,
1 anti dol. Bellamy expected not to live.Each .- course will be considered and discussedwith Royal revenue, $7,4 2,000 number of plantain,banana and other fruit ", 't

;: gentleman, it is said, was armed with closed door ." Church taxes, 416,00 trees handsomely. walled in, may be had on I,'
260.000 the reasonable terms. To insure its i
and four pistols.! The meeting we Casualties, most .\.
:a rifle A private letter received! from Charleston Post Office revenue, 997,000Municmal purchase, less than one third of its cost will
understand; was the result of political dif states, that it is expected there, that the do 100,000 be laken. Applyat this! affice.

ferences. President will take a decided stand and Densus" do 4,000,000 Oct. 10, 1835. RS-istf.] 'f'

recommend such a course in his message Lottery, do 1,000,000 ;
NEW HOTEL.--We understand that a $20 REWARDn? t
Bait. ]
as will bring the matter to a close.
project is on foot among some of our most WILL be j
EPO1iA1I that will lead to the conriction -
rspcctablc citizens, fur erecting through arrival Charleston .
By an papers of tho of any person cutting wood from /
offer the flowers groveBut
;J.c/; means of a joint stock company, a have been received in town from that cityas Dear Ellen, you thee lands for which he is the agent,unless per ,
1 view the best flower in : mission has been rust obtained. Due notice ,;
and handsome hotel calculated! to
iug late us the 1st and 2d inst. Throughthe of love
retain bosom these roses :
Then will
I in thy is given, that from this date the law
;insufe the comfort of both permanent politeness of a friend, wo have been And give the sweet bouquet to me. be rigidly enforced upon all aggressors. t' .

boarders and transient visitors We sin- favored with a perusal of the latest, from -o.o- W. A. WII1TEHBAD. :1"
Key West Nov. 14, 1835. (50-3t)
cerely hope that the project may be successfully which we make the: following extracts. Misa POLLY DOWNING.Miss .

executed as we know of nothing LATE FROM 'j'E.\s.-lly A. C. Allen, Polly Downing is so kind, A Resort for Invalids. I I

more required at Key West than such an Esq. who left Nacogdochcs on Sunday the In manners quite polite,

,stabhshincnt. l!v-aw 1st inst, we have been politely furnished She has a pretty gown dyed black,
For once indeed 'twas .
with the following news from Texas.
we information of Her ringlets flatter in the breeze,
I La Bahia being in danger fiom the Mexican Or dangle in the waltz; SUBSCRIBER having settled i
':O& CIL OF FLORIDA.-An opinion seemsto She has her curls for use and show- THE .
troops The account: of the taking of on Indian Key, have deter-
be entertained by many in this section La Bahiu by the Ti'xians we have not received. Who'd ever think them false ? mined to open a HOUSE for boarding and I

A', the Territory, founded upon the general lodging and believing! it to be one of the 't-J
Her 'lace is like the blooming rose, most favorable situations in the United ; .
La Bahia taken 42 Americans
cruse of their legislation, that the Coun- I was by
Her form is pretty too; States for persons who are suffering from : f fplilmonarydispeptic
headed by Capt. Coll ins worth. There were
ul I can do almost any thing. The captain: i and numerous chronic iI
scarlet red
Her week-day is : \ ;
garrisoned at the time in La Bahia 35 1
uf vessel we are told lately presented blue. diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge from i"
a Her Sunday one is
The Americans made the attack in '
chill blasts of northern winter,he feels
!himself ht the Custom House without a i The brightest stars that's in the sky the a
the night,and took 25 prisoners includinga safe in saying that Indian Key cannot be i.
rtiifest! of his cargo, and on being asked Col. and a Captain, killed one and wounded -' Her eyes will far surpass, surpassed for beauty, health and climate. ",

therefor, expressed( his surprise, for he sC'enJ'l'olk\ specie to the amount oi. There's one that !Jr. Scudder made, Frost has never been known here-the I.
and $10,000 worth of ammunition Who'd ever think it glass 1 thermometer seldom below 55 or 56 in win
1 $3000,
the Council had done i '
thought Legislative I and stores, and 100 stand of muskets, together ter, nor up to 90 in summer. It is entirely >
away with tficncces&ity having manife&ts.1 with twosmall field pieces. She dances like a sylvan maid, exposed to the sea from every point of the

They might as well do so by the by, as to', A letter just received from Gen. Austin, And sings tile} fairy sprue; compass.The faro of his table and bar shall be at

alter the Revenue Laws of the United dated the 20th,informs us that a division of She lias morocco hoes to wear, good as the market will afford and attended f

Stales, which they attempted to do by the the army had advanced and taken up a position And kid-but they arc tight.A by experienced servants. Private rooms e '
at :Salado, within five miles of San blush is: always on her face, for lodging gentlemen ladies, and families
Fishery Bill of 1832. Antonio, in doing which they had come in And even when she faints, neatly arranged. The undersigned hopes | .

Ti.tr contact with the advanced guard of the Her cheeks arc like the crimson rose, by diligent attention and industry to merit
TO THC MEDITERRANEAN. enemy, who still continued in sight, on the Who'd ever think she paints? the custom of his friends and the public '
observe by an advertisement in a N. York hill between our troops and San Antonio. generally. S. A. t SPENCER.: R

paper, that it is contemplated to despatch General Austin continues to urge rein- Her pretty teeth arc ivory white, Indian Key, Monroe 'ounty, Terri49

:a Ship from Charleston, S C. on I the 1st! forcements to hasten as fast as possible.Gen. She lakes good care they're seen ; tort of Florida, November 7th 1835. f tf.03The ;

:May next, on a pleasure voyage to the I Cos, tho brjther-in-law of ;Santa::) She has advantages we've not, (:: St. Augustine Herald. Charles :',
Anna, and the Comrnandcr-in-Chief of the She takes them out to clean! ton Courier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier
Mediterranean, provided a sufficient number i Mexicae But after all when she is dress'd New York Advocate and Journal, and ;
army operating against Texas, is ,
Boston Commercial Gazette will the
{ of passengers offer before the 20th January. -i only 22 years old, and is highly esteemed! Shu's beautiful to see: ; above five insertions and forward their "

It is intended that the vessel shall stop' as a brave and honorable man, oven by the 1 wonder who she'll ever wed ? accounts to this office for payment.

\ tl Gibraltar, Rome, Genoa, Leghorn, Sicily people of{Texas.-Natchez Courier Non 12.i1'e I know-it won't be me.

ircccc, Constantinople, Tunis, Al-, [N. Y. Star, flarfnt intctLt icucc.P .
understand the .l-
I I (says Charleston .c>>
\ !fjicr: *, &c. and be gone six or seven months. Courier of Dec. 2d,)that Major Mountford PROaI'EC'1'US: 0 It 'I' OF KEY WEST.

Price of passage $150 per month. The commanding at Fort Pike, has received orders OF A NEW VOLUME ARRIVED. '

number of passengers limited to 50. from Government to hold himself in OF TilE December 5. Schr Splendid: Benners, j
\roadiness- to march into Florida, if the Sentiuolo Reef, mdz from Schr Exit of Savannah, to
: Indians who liavo shown KEY WEST FNQUJRER.

IX THE NAVY.-Fiom a late New York some symptoms of disinclination to be removed -I The second volume of the' KEY I Sloop North America, Rowland,Havana, r '
are not willing and ready to leave to master ...
paper, we learn that one of our Men-of- Florida the end WEST ENQUIRER will the t
i by of the year. commence on Sloop Spy, Watlibgton, Havana, Fruit r
War in the Mediterranean, while firing a 19th of December, and with duo acknowledgements -and Cotilf, to F. A. Browne.

salute, not long ago, shot a ball through THINGS I LIKK h OWEtt FULLY." for the support which has already Sloop Energy, Packer, Havana, to ma.; ,

the bow of the flag ship Delaware. Our I like to hear: candidates for office agreein been to his endeavors the Editor "
given ter.Dec.
readers will recollect, that it is only about politics with every man, whom they converse 6. Brig Aldcberonto, Davis, St.* ,
that avowal( of his
with-it looks express a hope an -
so much like .
principle.I Marks
,to master, bound to Now York.
1C months since that similar accident
a like to hear men denounce others fur determination to continue his undertaking Dec. 7. Schr Helen. 29 days from

occurred in the port of Toulon, by which things they themselves are guilty of-it may lead to a still mere extended patronage Portland bound to St. Marks. "
j several French seamen on board of one of looks so much like consistency Schr Ellen Smith .'
To Ins fellow citizens of Key West, 9 days from New ,, '"
the Fiench vessels of war were killed or I like to see a young man in a hot summers .! York. .
he can only make known his resolution to
day with gloves on stalking about the r'York
wounded. I Schr Vesper ot Charleston, Handy, N.
streets with an umbiella in one 'hand, and pursue that course in conducting the ENQUIRER bound to Mobile. / "'
-< e '
An English Reviewer, adverting to the to a cane 1. in the other-it looks so very gen- as will in his opinion conduce mostto Dec. 8. Sloop Sarah Isabella, Eldridgc tu'I ..
the of the Island and the Reef, ballast to F. A. Browne. '
proposed! Municipal Reform by which inconsequence prosperity good (r
1 like 'to
of some instances of abuse of a printing office see a immediately young Jackanapes bet rean go election into- of society, claiming for himself in furtherance mdz Schr to master.Bravo, Smith, 9 days from N York,

aver and misappropriation of funds it was or some important event, and desire to, uf that resolution, without pretendingto Sp. Schr San Antonio, Garrego Havana ,

tended! several corporations should be bo favored with a perusal of the editor's infallibility, tho privilege of candidly ballast, to master. ,

made null and void-thus remarks: manuscripts 1 like to -this is delightful. stating his own sentiments, although they Dec. 9. Rev Cutter Washington, Lt. ;- .

j We should like to know what human. the cracks of see half young opened ladies doors peep and( through windows -. may he at variance with those of a portionof Com. Childs, from a cruse. \ '

institution is or can be free from such blemishes to catch a glimpse at the young meD, the community. The columns of the produce Schr Miriam to master., Whitmore, Newburyport,

? A like I and then when they come in their will be as heretofore kept free
body corporate a body natu presence paper as Dec. 10. Brig Waive, Lewis,St.Marks
ral, is subject to occasional :blotches which I appear over-modest: it is so admirable. from controversy as possible.To 9 days to master.
I like to see a of
one and go, but even when such an eruption before a church door parcel, at the young cloe men of service stand the friends of the ENQUIRER abroad, Schr Pelican, l\lellus 1 sugar, old sails,

is most flagrant and offensive, no one and blare every female full in the face, as a promise is made, that no means attainable &c. from wreck Sp. Brig Gil Bias, to J. P. '

but our ministers, and, we believe, some of{ they pass out-it looks so much like good by the Editor shall bo left unemployed Baldwin.Schr I

the Savage tribes of America, ever thoughtof I I breeding.I like in to convey to them through its pages, all Brig Gil Pulaski Bias, to Mcllua J. P. Baldwin.,sundries from Sp. ; I
to bill
curing by killing the carry a according to request commercial intelligence in this
unhappy patient, and bu put off to another originating Dec. 11. Brig Statira, Holmes, Saint
who, when leA to the remedies day. vicinity particularly the earliest Marks 3 bound New
ordinary 1 like to see young ladies walk the streets and most days, to York.
generally recovers the state of soundness by themselves after ten o'clock at night authentic information relating to tho wrecks Schr Helen Mar, 20 days fm Frank

thus accidentally interrupted. To conclude a few of lie things J liked upon the Florida reef and the proceedingsof fort, Me bound to Mobile I i

We think some knowledge of the acts of would add, I like to see subscribers forget the Court of Admiralty connected SAILED, '
December fi
to tho Printer_it Schr Experiment,V. Nicks ,1' "
last pay is
our Legislative Council encouraging
have therewith
must -intelligence,which to merchants erson, Apalachicola. f "

reached England, but the Reviewer is rath.eKoo must always be of interest. Tho decisions: Dec. 6. Schr Fox, Mobile. r' ,

severe upon our Legislators if he applies AN I1IMEN5E KXrHESSIO.N OF FOI'CLAK of the Court are oftentimes of the highest 7. Brig Aldeberonto, David, N.Y. ..

to them the appellation of a savagetribe" OPINION.-The town of Hull, Mass., has importance, and no occasion shall be allow. u" "" Schr Ilelen, St. Marks \
always been famous for Schr Ellen, Smith, Mobile.
However, very one acknowledgesthat turning out 'her ed to pass without the publication of such I.
the 8. Schr
Florida hpsts at polls; but the recent election Vesper, Handy, Mobile.
our laws arc barbarous. '\ 11 SJeems to have inspired a most unwonted decisions at length.All 10. Schr Miriam, Whitmore, do.
\fVI'FRO't zeal in that t< Schr Bravo Smith Pensacola
multitudinous community and communications to be addressed ,
week New NEWYORK.By arrivals the last they repaired to the ballot boxes,we believe, (post paid) to J. ATKINSON. II. Bl), Schr San Antonio, Garro-
York have been received''to
a for Cuba.
papers man, we perceive by the return Key West December go,
>ItJ town of as late a date as 2Cth November that the Whig ticket received eight votes 1836. The Brig American, 4 days fm Charles-

but they contain no news of importance. being all and singular of the sullfagcs given -, % We should be happy to reciprocatethe ton 'tot Mobile, passed Key West on 8lh

The Daily Advertiser on the occasion. It must require con favor with any of our exchange papers! ins t. J
says: siderable who will l insert The Sloop William Francis
Tho caucussiug, one would think, to the above notice 32 days
land news from Emc pe is quite I behind concentrate opinions and procure unanimity I from New burn N. C. bound to Mobile! pas

tor: and a good deal of solic lode is felt in such a population.Cour. & En< "NOTICE. __ sed through the N. \9. passage on 7th inst.

intelligence from France ,before the j AU person baring demand against the i The Sloop Actor, Capt. Smith, for Key
j meeting lese of ongress. This arises, doubt- AL.\BlIYGlfnELLIGE.'fCE.lU. Gruit- cute: of Antonio i'acheco deceased, late, West, to sail from New York about lit
from an apprehension that there is huzen tho well of the county of I
known astronomer of Mu fluUborongb, are hereby: Dec.A
jQSr ,tf a rupture with that nation. We I tnich. f ha.: Heclar'-d t'1t :in the abort .od i!required to present the tame to the under:I schooner for Key West,snd St. Marka
'signed And all those indebted to said : sail from z
Ct.!expected to Charleston on :3d inst
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II the seamen of that vessel, and finds, that]said[ sums of money, pay to the LibcUanta they will le nAprovfcd in the conjjg! Vo )

IN Ap)itRALTY. the witnesses are corroborated and supported Andrews and Bcnncrs three thousand five umcs. In addition to the EevcffErnbeV

et. al. Libellants, in almost every particular by those documents hundred dollars each,after deducting there lishments just referred to, tasty number

s ,James Andrews rs and it is somewhat at a loss to conjecture from in equal proportions the expenses incurred contains several Engravings. on wood re ,

Theodore and Cargo-Michl'I S.Sprague how such an impression could have in appraising the said Brig Theodore presenting foreign/and native scenes! CA .

The, Brig Respondent.Two been formod as seems to 'have operated upon in full for the compensation of all ous and }interesting subjects, natural htsto

been filed in ,the mind of the Respondent at the time persons interested in the schooners Single Entomology, Conchology, Humerous Ir It?.
separate Libels have ho filed his answer. Sailor and Splendid for the services render I dents, Ornamental Productions, Embroidery

this cause for the recovery of been compensationfortcrvices renderedthe On the part of the Libellants it is urged ed by them in saving: the said Brigand her and other needle work, Riding, Dane

; alleged to have the (possibly for the purpose of recrimination) cargo, and that he also pay to the Libellant ing, &c., besides one or more pieces of

Brig T heodore and her cargo upon that the Brig sustained much greater" injury John Geiger three thousand five hundred popular Music, arranged for the Piano cr

I Florida Reef than she would have done, and the whole dollars, in full for the compensation of all Guitar.

The history of this.transaction Theodore+ as and givenntho in cargo was involved in much greater peril, persons interested in the schooner Carolinefor Every six numbers of the work Form ar
: log book of and exertions it their services in said elegant volume suitable for
that tho Brig struck required greater to save saving property, binding and
tho protest, shews, the night;of the 7th upon than would have Leen necessary, had Ccpt. and that out of the residue of said sums of with these are furnished gratuitous a so

the Reef during she remained about 18 Sprague not refused to take the assistance money he pay to hose entitled to the same perbly engraved title page and a genera!

October, where off the which was repeatedly offered him from the the costs of this suit. index of contents. p: The terms of the
then by
hours,and her was gotten and crew, and exertions first moment of his getting into difficulty JAMES WEBB Judge. Lady's Book are three dollars in afaancr

of anchor passengers in three and a half fathoms On this point however, the Court is of the Nov. 2, 1835.GREAT Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall be entitled .
r brought that the the vessel to four copies of the woik. Pet
water1. That on: tho 9th she was again opinion, master of was ---=- '- >y s

driven the shoals by a gale of wind, the proper person judge of her situation, NATIONAL WORK. remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entities

upon which i her rudder was broken and and to determine, whether or not he would AMERICAN MAGAZINE to six copies of the work, and additional,
during ,
avail himself of the assistance which was copies of tho best engravings. Persons
her bottom much injured by violent thumping ( /useful Entertaining Knoiclcdgetto !
a Ten New l Subscribers
tendered liim. That'he believed he would procuring and foi
second be illustrated
the rocks and time .
4jpon was a by numerous Engravings.BY
forced the shoal he ablo to relieve her from all difficulty warding the cash for the same, besides a
gotten off by being over without in others until THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY discount of fifteen cent, shall be
calling the aid of per
after her deck load and some of tho lading The success which 'has: attended the ptf.

scntediulh of the third
the last moment of }his refusal to accept a copy volume ifllio'worK
tholiiId had been thrown overboard
from of best
the Magazines from the
srtperbly bound.1'IIOSPECTUa .
that aid the Court has doubt but that he
k> That owing to her crippled condition (jt English Press, has led to preparations for
was mistaken in that the whole
take her. impression,
being considered dangerous to
j issuing a periodical more particularly adapted OF
Whether THE
testimony shews most >
I the Gulf) a pilot was employed by the Respondent 'I conclusively. to the wants and taste of the American
or not ho was influenced in the course X. .
on the public. While it will be the object of the
'A t West inside of the reef where the water I adopted, by prejudices previously entertained proprietors to make the work strictly what VEHEISEK.
the Florida Wreckers it i is The
I against undersigned to
and shoal but propose publish
was comparatively its title indicates, it will, nevertheless, contain
i shortly after getting under weigh,she struck not now necessary to enquire, it is sufficient all articles of interest to its patrons, tile CIty of Tallahassee, blondes, a weekly! )
that the Court believes he that: entitled the Tallahasw.
r consequence of her refusing (in pursued which iu foreign Magazines. newspaper G'c-
i Nautical course which ho considered the time appear zctteand GeccrulAd ertiser."
at >;
( r phrase)to obey the helm, the bro. Extensive preparations have been enter hsuilumris;
was best for those who had him will be devoted to Politics
: rudder sufficient control employed iu.
ken not having ed into, both with artists and Authors, to
over her ; and, that she lay in this situation That such prejudices do exist (and partic furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw provementand General lnclli! ;( ntr, comprising

.1 Upwards of 24 hours without assistance, ularly at a distance) lam well aware, andit ings and illustrations of every subject of, the news of the day, both FureihV{ f

t the -vtnd still blowing a gale, and a heavy is not unreasonable to- suppose they hadtheir interest, which the publishers confidently and Domestic.In .

sea breaking over her; after which, the influence on the mind orCa pt. Spragueand believe will enable them to issue a work accordanbe with custom, the pnUisi, j,

services of tho Libellants were accepted, however well founded they may have honorable to its title and acceptable to the ers will proceed in a very brief roam N, to
ond she was finally relieved in the manner been in. former days, or whatever causes American People. lay before the public an analysis of the par.;! I
have given.rise to them in the earlier Avhich the Gazette will be
) u4), forth in their respective libels. may The American Magazine is published on conducted.
As regards the labors bestowed and the pursuits of wrecking along this coast, I am monthly-each number containing between They will endeavor steadily to keep ..r.
satisfied that such have since view the landmarks of the
causes long Constitution oftkjj
difficulties encountered tho actors i in
by forty and fifty imperial octavo at Twu I
this business, there is little or no discrcjian- ceased to exist, and that to entertain opinions Dollars annum, payable in pages advance. i tj State, I by which they liojetr: '

I cy between their statements and the Respondent i of the sort tt this day, is doing injus comprises per Portraits and Biographical 1 steer their course aright. As moderation

+ ?, nor is it denied, that the brig and tree to a class of men whose} conduct entitles Sketches of distinguished Americans and firmness will be our motto, \u will Lr

t bc'cargo were iri all probability saved from them to the respect and confidenceof Views of Public Buildings, Monuments; slow to brand with heresy, thosu politicians

total loss by their exertions;; but the merit the public. Indeed, I am gratified with' and improvements Landscape who may honestly differ in opinion fiomus.

of tho service an far as the Libellants Andrews the opportunity of expressing on this, as 1: tho boundless variety; and beauty scenery of which It is our design testily to report the:

and Beriners are concerned is at have done on other occasions, my entire in this country, will form an unceasing, passing political news of the clay ; the political

tempted to be destroyed by. an insinuation. conviction that the course pursued by the source of instruction and gratification ; Engravings views that we may nave occasion it(

in'the answer, that the who undertook i individuals now engaged in this occupation and descriptions of the character. ndvocateshall be dispassionately cf,
Key on the coast of Florida, is as exemplary i in so far as we arc concerned and
to. the West ;
f navigate Brig 10 was connected -i. habits, &c. of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and vvmupe
; 1 ; with them in interest,. and that regard to the rights of others,-as that of Insects, together with subject connected our friends who may favor us with mnumi'

m while under .his. charge she was run upon any other class of this, or other communi with the Geography every, History Natural nications will observe the same rule, ihtr,

} the last shoal designedly fur the purpose ol ties. They are the instruments of saving and artificial resources of the country, illustrated wise they will be rejected. In the uLsnv! : \;.

affording them mi opportunity. or aiding in an immense amount of property, which in a familiar and popular manner. ante of this course, we :hall act with! stru-;
1, teliof and claiming compensation fur without their exertions would be wholly BOSTON BEWICK CO. impartiality. 1
lost, and so far as their conduct in rendering It will
their services. No 47 Court Street. bo the aim of tie puUisUrs] tt

The offence which this insinuation i it impu'tes these services has come to the knowledge OTBditori; of Newspapers throughout i render to their patrons all the ialisfar'iir.::

t l" is ono of a highly penal charade,I of of minute this Court and(and critical it is examination often the subject it the United Staten, who will publish the they, are capable of, bearing i III mind t the!,

t,y1 and were hero the slightest shadow of .testimony has, with but few exceptions, been found) foregoing Prospectus, and notico the contents old will age "they that would" please every' buoy
.: to sustain the charge, or justify the correct, meritorious and of the Magazine from time to time, nobody.

belief that vuch had been the conduct of The property saved, in this praiseworthy.case has been shall be entitled to the first volume. In avowing, however n design: to pursn

these parties,they would not only be decreed appraised at nearly forty-five thousand: dol Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, a course untrammelled by; the shackle: ? '.'

1 t to.have forfeited all right to compensation lars. It was involved perils and difficulties post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six any party, we would not be understood c'

J. but they would immediately be bound over from which those who bad copies for one j ear-and continued as long being in ifl' rent to the importance: of c<>'-
t # by this Court to answer the charge before of it, could not hive extricated it; and it i is as the money is regularly forwarded.A rect principles. They wish hov\ever dig:
the criminal tribunals of the liberal will be for tinctly to have it known that wiline
country.- to these actors, that its preservation i is price paid appropriate they :
But TO far from its being sustained by the mainly attributable, and under the circumstances and well written articles, or drawings, timer lead the van nor follow the train o'?

't testimony, every witness who has been. the Court thinks that three thou illustrative of national subjects, possessing Designing l'oliticallntribuersvvhoaromet.:

Sworn, entirely exonerates them from the sand five hundred dollars to those interested interest. Subscriptions received at tIllsOTThe of principle in proportion to their iuteres'
least appearance of bad faith. The male in.each of tho vessels employed in rendering ; work can be seen at the OiHce Several columns of (lie Gazette will l(

and passengers of tho Brig, who witnessed the services is not too large a of the Key West Enquirer appropriated to Essays of a moral and m *.
every transaction connected with her disasters compensation ccllancous character, under the I lead} '.**
to be allowed them, It is in the LADY'S
aggregate BOOK.
,and who were introduced by the Respondent "Reading for Saturday Evening
i himself for the of less than twenty-five per centum A monthly Magazine, containing"Tales, The
purpose impugning publishers are fully aware of rile
upon the value of what they have preserved, original and selected Moral and :Scientific
t the conduct of tho and these
pilot of their
i --r : difficulty undertaking, but I pluC.:
and is
: as low an estimate of salvage as i is Essays, Poetry, from the best
Libellants authors
if , prove nwhchtlreBriywasli usually made under similar circumstancesby the ; on publio liberality,
'f:) the last difficulty in Couitof Quarterly representation ofl.adit'S' believe that a diligent attention to luisine ::
any Admiralty.The .
,'olvedVas imputable i to any cause other of the Fashions, adopted* in Piiiladclnhia and a zealous effort to serve ihe public, WIIt!
expense appraising Brig must -colored. Music bf* the
; accident which unavoidable newest I
t than an was be paid out of the sum decreed to thoseinterested styles, &,c. &c. secure to themselves a liberal share of pati'ronage :
that to be traced
: ; cause was to an improper .
4 probably mistaken ofCapt. in the schooners Single Sailorand'Splendid Published regularly thejirst day of every
( a ) representation
as tho Respondent admittedat The City Tallahassee leing located< !
his vessel. month by Louts A. GODEY, at No.3,
t Sprague respecting They tho trial the in the centre of Florida and surnitn.itfi
Brig to Lo worth $45,00, Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place.Philadelphia. :'
when board
that the
all testify, pilot went on
which estimate of her value the Libellants by many natural advantages, possessing >ill

and was asked the question whether or not Andrews and Benners refused to accept, Embellished with a beautiful and extensive a given space aronml its centre, a larg.r

ho could take the Brig inside of the reef to
and insisted, that her true value should Le variety of engravings: from original( I population than that of any other prr'twof "
West he replied that he "could ifttof '
Key ,
ascertained by sworn appraisers and those and the 1'erritoryvvithiu Use same Jim! >,
ELtI would work veil and obey her helm? designs, both colored anti 1 Ia"
having ascertained her to bo wurth but ono weekly In add-'
r and tliat'Capt.: Spragne then observed "'shewouM appraisers plain, with two engraved title pages, and i newspaper :
only that sum, would be unjust to decree iwo distinct indexes, (intended to perfect to this there are many valuable section1 ot\
work well and he would be
put that tho of the 'country, which wo doubt not will&ocn lo
making appraisement volumes ,
expense in the
; separate also a choicecollection
year ) : ,
afraid to trust her with herr rudder in i it its
I should brought into cultivation should '.
be borne by bun who was willing 1 of Music origins and selected the prescn

then,that condition after the any Brig where.was got They under also weighthe testify ,, by making a proper admission, to arranged for the piano or guitar, with nearly maintained prices of the which great staple of tile country te
avoid it.Wherefore
; considerally aUGment
pilot went' into the for pages large octavo letter press, and
rigging Wie .
grp up the
of the
it is considered, adjudged and only''UREIIULLARS PER ANNUM. Territory.
i of for the shoals which
purpose looking out decreed by the Court, that the Marshal of Each nnmbe rof this periodical contains From the considerations stated above,

were numerous of and the difficult to be seen, inconsequence this district forthwith advertise for sale: so 48 (pages of extra royal octavo: letter we have no hesitation in believing that: \\f
turbid stale of the press
I much of the cargo of the Brig Theodoreas printed with clear, new, and beautiful may with confidence, rely for coinplet
t'I' .water, produce by the heavy gale of wind type,
; will be sufficient raise the of success of our the
t. yvhich had been blowing, and that when ho to sum ten (arranged after the manner of the London undertaking on surpor'of
thousand five hundred'dollars and the a generous public.
costs La Belle
't... -ordered the helm to bo put hard anv' d Assembles, ) on paper of the
up I of this suit the of :-:s--'Pho "Tallahassee(jazeiti
she ,except expenses appraising : finest texture and whitest color. It is
t tho Brig kept : to it em
obey said Brig by the order of this Court, bellished with splendid and General Advertiser" will be pj&listrton :
for at least ten minutes, and then struck' Engravings on Cop
the shoal from whence shy I' and if the said sums be not previously paid per and Steel, executed by artists of the a surer royal sheet, at four dollars per

upon by the actors. It is in was relieved by the Respondent, that he proceed on highest skill and distinction,and embracing annum payable in advance or on deliver

further that the channel waythrough testimony whichit Thursday the fifth day of November at every variety of subjects.-Among these of the first dumber. Four dollars and fit

the Warehouse of Oliver O'llara Esq. in are illustrations of Popular Legends Romantic sif, )paid after the expiration of sn
her her
to bring to
IEF was get out
of the necessary difficulties which surrounded her,I Key. West, to sell such portion of s:1idcfgo I : Incidents, Attractive Scenery, and i ) ,.or five: dollars if paid at the dose

was extremely narrow and intricate, and (as may: be pointed out by said portraits of Illustrious: Females. Tho nom I of the year.

that no vessel which did not obey her helm Respondent) u will be sufficient to raisesaid ber commencing each quarter contains: I subscription will he dfnralet I

and work readily, could be navigated thro1 the sumsof into money, and that he pay picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashions term than one year and the paper will ?#'
same the
f it. Registry of this Court, designed, engraved and colored expressly discontinued without orders until all ar.rC:1rlgeJ '
and then restore to the said Michael S. for this work
s In arriving at this, as the true statement: Sprague the Respondent, flits.said Brigand by competent persons'J,1 are paid.
t of the facts connected with this transaction all the residue of her said to be Embellishments; engaged for that purpose. The The first number will be is3uerfJu''flc'
t cargo of this charter
I the Court has not relied exclusively with to its port of original destination proceeded appeared in former which have ,the ensuing summer or early iu tke fall.-

' on the testimony of the witnesses worn at I for and on account of all concerned ly superior to which number have*,arc confessed Communications addressed to tbs publish
i tho trial of the cause. It has examined' and interested therein in other any been furnished ers I must be post I paid. ,
the book of the Brig, and the ; any American public JOHN aiLDWIN.DAVID .
log protest And it is further ordered and decreed lion, and from the
arrangements hate
r carver to by the master mate, and two of that tbe Clerk of this Court, after receiving i been nude, there j;is every reason to believe. 'l'al1bast"f', April J7, J535.'SIIEFF V,.

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