Key West enquirer
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 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: January 23, 1836
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: UF00049046:00058

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BY J. ATKINSON. --".:......wrvi .- -Li. --- -- .
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----- .- -- -----" -- -- .,- the; Hurt \\ cst Pnlsagc"ancl drawing : end of 1835 Deceive -
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'll.c regular turns are held. \ at( Key Westan such ns are herein- year .
J'\"m.tsHIn: VT.IKLY AT 1\ovenber.l feet or upwards, except I payment when they make a purchase k
the first Mondays in Ma) and : mentioned, shall $2 OfJ! '
TIvI:1)OLIARSI'rittNNtrM.j alter I from tho Foundry of four times the amount

f '-: at a distance must pay in COUNTY COURTS.The ,, All Vessels; bound through: the NorthWest 'of their bill. GF.O.: RRUCF &' CO.: I,
Q:j this city' Pass, and touching at Key West for Nf.\w-Yorl", Aug. W, 1033. 47illUCES
advance, or have an agcnl'1n County (. .ourls hating 'n limited civ- the of landing passengers, letters: '----. r
the rate of put pose NEW YORKTYPKDRY. .'Olj.-
at allIfcUcrs
alaI i&clictiull in
AnvEtmsEUKNTS: jUiutisdictioii origl" Jill obtaining supplies of provisions, wood or '
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square (CM relating to Estates: Guardians, I ji shall depart without being subject to J) .-Tho subscribers respectfully! +
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, andj SYards, .c. ate. !htfBk1') the Judges in the the above, ordinances, unless the master of inform the printers, that they have recently

Sevcntv-Five Cents for each \ 'vcr:3 cuunlir ,. nuually. to '..aticchnigc completed.variety new fonts of letter ,
will' $( } ... Ihu, said vcsclttltall! request n pilot I
of the latest European sped
continuance. AH Advertisements .. of such ve" l'l1111 take her out over in the style
continued until otherwise ordered. None APl'ELffATC COURT. well calculated for ornamental printing
Iho liar lor t N lictservices he shlVl l receive peens
will be considered less than a square. The Court of Appeals. consisting of the the usual I a'c" ol h jilotaqre. i''ru iilots dolaineu -I #sastcfu! displaytatid making: an assortment

Q::: r" No subscription will he discontinued Judges of the several t-uperior' Courts i is on board ol any vessel, by tire ,.c- of. rrint rig -Types unrivalled in

j. //unlcs" at the option of the Editor,) until all held annually at. i alUliusscu! on the lirst' of her cominaiidcf, ..hftll'ecci'c for,, beauty,extent and variety. buok.ofspe-
are paid. in Januat quest cimens may bo obtained al the Foundry\ ,
arrears Monday ) each and every da, 8 service three dollars'! Chatham' '
All letter to the Editor on business, \ dut liVl'r and above his pilotage. Fishing I' .l'\o. 13Chanthersstreet'near;
must he Post Pai 1.FLORIDA I. OFFICERS OF 't 1IE CUSTOMS. pet. It contains specimens from -Twelve Line
; buincUb: and \\ reeKtng \ ('!>!u Is shall not .
Dibtuctof ::it. Augustine.: -Collector,John I be subject to this otdinancc.bee. ,Pica to Pearl-comprising with; ,.' (I 1!
i DIRECTORY.Compiled ilOuiliitll.District I 4. Uo it further ordained, 'I 1 hat any '45 furrns of Roman Caps. 'crdom'/tr, }' '
'" fur the Key West Inquirer. 35 do Italic do
the Bar of
\,1ssc1llil\lI1p: l':1s!>(allllC.LIIOY on ,
do dot (.
Roman '
Any error will be corrected, and addition of cnsacula-Collector, Robert the Noith, \\ cot Passage before; having 6 do title .
notified of such il. muthcH.. bur. sitalllllt S do title Italic dosh'd dotrr .
made on the Editor's being MilUicll. Inspector, been lU lIdCl1loy l a pilot, beo'diged doi17 eo
error or omission.EXECUTIVE.. ve) or, \\ nr M. Loiliu. I to tttke the sane ; but in case pilot goes 6 do do 'Antique Roman db i'do ctt<1
bontd the of hercaptaiu, then
un by request .
District of ?t. Johns-Collector, James' ho bhull icceivc tile usual pil'ttago. 12 do Black do dow....

Governor, JOHN: fl. e"TPS'crctary: Dell. Inspector, Uor.iUoJ. Dexter. j "cc. 5. He it further urda-red, That all 5 do Open BJack'do dodo ,

GEORGE 1C. \\ ALKER. vessels bound into the Port! of'Key West, 'l ,.do, SCI'ill') do f; '

District of bt. !\Iarles-Collector, Jesse 11. i and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing! r 'do Gcrm'n Text do 'do1 3 "

LEGISLATURE. \\ Illis Inspector liurr II. Duval. Inspector North, or NorthN cst rl) shall pay full 25 do :.Two, I'no rom'o cap* with figs'Two

.., The Legislative! Council i is composed oft Augustus fcslcclc, 'i'uinpii Bay I pilotage at the same rates s as though she had 11 do lines Italic capitals.

twcnl-six, members, divided runong nineteen J.1 i been, brought in over tho main ship channel.All 10 do Sh'd Caps. Of various kinds. l;
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do "
Counties' as follows. Leon. Four ;I District of Apalacliicola: : -Collector, G. vessel. arriving and not having beenspuhcn 6 do Open

$' }>!catnhia, Two ; Gadsdon! 2W ; Jackson, loyd. iuspectui W. D. Piice. ; by a pilot before passing the above I Ii 7 (10 Italic capitals anil figures. .

'!'tIN ; Jetrorson, Ttaj; ; St.: Julius, J.ilton ; I i named limit, and being three miles from'the Besides ornamental letters back'slope.

"i' \\ Washington, 1'I'lnl,1iIlJadjJUII: District of KeyVtsi Collector, William light house on Key \\ est, shall only bosunjict -I music, loti NY /figures, piece fractions superiors .. 4'
: and
i( lla'iullon, Columbia, l.icl.ua, 1)01INas. .t. U hitohead. Inspecior and Deputy to pity halt piloUige. ; but if not spoken astr nomical oihcrnigns'spacerules :

tan: Mosquito: Ihll'boroitgh, and Monroe, Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector, Me-: ,until after passing! the aforesaid limits, in brass rules, ornamental hundred dashes kinds, long'o'of "
than two
braces! more
One each. U : and that t-a-o; hill shall Ou exempted from paying
phcn R. Alallury. 'Ic-ir.p. cipher: "hah 1000 kinds
I I borders, and more of.;cuts
Ganger, \\illiam II. Wall. pnuscio, any pilotage.

' Delegate to Congress. JOSEPH M. WHITE. Chants M. Wells, George E.'ea,( .cr. \ boos 0. Ro it further& | the ordained! West,Pass That! nnd allvesselsturtvuglhr'ugh and and ornaments scientifio fur works school; orders bonks, r neWspapers nny .of

Inspectors, Charles! Howe.. lndiau'lhcy> the the I which, or composing slit Its cases chahc1&c ,
John Duoose Florida.{ the last: end ol Dry to
Cape: with ihieutpiostprnnptitndea -
The election for members of Legislative <{ .arlutto Harbor-lusuuctor, II. U. 1Ve'twardul'aud; key, Uearing :Southwest, will bee "pceted hard ,

Calmed: lao! place annually on the second ,U'rcw. shall pay full pilotugo, lilt if not spoken until targo stock being always on
!Monday! in October' ; and Delegate to ('0\1. passing the aforesaid limits, and being!;' They will I also execute orders for printing
furnish .
tfr3 Biennially on the first> Monday in BANKS. three miles from key U est light, ou y, hall\ presses, ink, &c. which they will. at.Inanufactllrcl' 1

May.! .hnk of West Florida, \ paa( hicola, chartered ,pilotage shall be: n covered, but If lil'ukl'nlafter the prices.Printers !
18-29 $300,06u. passing the aforesaid limits{ shall t bi of newspapers. will please publish
apital. this advertisement this note)three '
jurm IAHY. oxompted from .i'!i) tug pilotage. ..
Superior CouiU having; Admiralty Jtv President, Cashier. : Scc.: 7, DeiUnrthei' ordained, That all times,sending: a papier contain ing it to the -

'tisdiclion.C.tvrLnc pilots; who& shall'bring n veis.l l into thin 'poi |,I Fo'indryp and roceivq payment when they .
Hank of Pcnsacola Chartered 1831-Cap the arllount'btthcfr
firrlimes bills
'IS'rniCT-cnlllpri the shall be entitled to carry her out, unless the 'purchase
ital '$2,500,000. the I IRr. g
Coin commander cau show goodand snUiciei.t i from Factory gi
St. Julius
Com.tu s of Nassau, President, Walter Gregory. Cashier, i
and of cause to the cuntral'Y.11) vessel arrivingat
.ibia, \lacliiii, llilUborough part
Mosipiito.Jml Catlin. this poll without H pilot shall'havo liberty WHITE fi WILLIAM H\GA'% j

ROKFRT RtYMOMi: nEW Attorney, depart without a pilot, unless\ thin cap. CTFtfLLY: ? Inform'the r. nteVtof
l?, flank of St. Chartered 11531 r
THOMAS DOUGLASS. Marshal SAMUEL, Augustine, lain shall wish one. 'the, United States"'to whom' they have ti

RLAIR. .' Capital $:;00,01, Sec n. If any pilot shall speak 'a vessc I long been, individually known, an established!| .
Not in
( Jet operation.) hound to this port, outside the limits,'and : Letter Founders, that they have now formed .

The regular! terms arc held as follows :- -- Florida JIG captain of said vessel shall refuse to I I 11 co-partnership' in said 'business,' and .
Merchants and Planters Rank of ,
For .St. Johns! and! Mosquito Counties, atSt. Tallahassee Chatteredtt'32.. take a lilot,11C shall bo liable to pay full !I hope from their united skill and experience, !

Aii Uttiie: on the second Mondujs in l \ i ilotagc, and the pilot so speaking him shall; I i'tit be able lu give full satisfaction to all who .

!March a.id October. I'urnssau County, rresidcut;apllill.lOOooo. oo entitled to carry said vessel out,' unless may"favor them with orders. ,
on the second Mondays in April and No the captain refusrt. to take a pilot out, iul I The introduction l'of'machinery' In placeof

vernhcr. For Alachua, Columbia and Hills- Rank which case the pilot stall i 1'0 entitled to half. the tedious! and unhealthy,:practice of
Central of Florida Tallahassee
borough; Co.mtics, at Ncwmnsville\ on the Chartered : l pilotage out. I I casting typo t'y.1 hand, longa desideratum by a
Wednesdays after the third Mondays in H3Z-Capit $1,000,000.LeslieA. Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be. recoverable the I'urepcan!and American Founders, was,
President lien ChaircsJ; Cashier
April' and November. And for J'JvallOUII' .- orthwith before any justice of the: peace i i by American ingenuity, and a 'heavy expendllure

ty at Jacksuuullc\ on tho first Monday* ir Thompson.Commercial t upon affidavit of au pilot, that! ho spoko of time and mono,., on tie part of our

May and Dccc.nner. Chancery terms! arc I aid vessel or boarded her ouuiir or 'the'senior partner, first sdcccmfiilly accomplish-
I Rank of Florida Apalachicula
bell at St. Augustine on the I second Mon.daysin ,. Chartered! : prescribed limits and that the captain of" ed. Extensive use of the machine cast' let'ter .

July! and ::;September 1832CaprtalpuuuOuO.Nut said vessel l refuses to pay pilotage or half f' has fully tested and established 'its ..uI -

I ( yet inupcrauuu.: ) pilotage, in or out an the case may'be. I! neriority in tcrY.l'arlicular, over that cast

MIDDLE Disr.unr--Comprising the Conn- Sec.! 10. All pilots shall have a good andn0icicnt hythe? old p'mccsi.
Union of Florida, Talla assee, Chartered
1 ties of Lon, Gadsdcu, Hamilton, JclTersoii pilot boat to cruise outside o' the The Letter Foundry business will here
x and Madison.Jtiljp John I tygf:. and the name of such\ pilot boat! shall after he carried on by the pal tie's before
John G. (JnmWea hior,
; THOM\S RANDALL.: Attorney, 1'arkhill.Farmers ,1)0 'plnnted in legi:1u l letters in her: mainsail! named under the firm of Whitc,JJa a"t.i 00.

t JAME: D. WESTCOTT. Marshal, THOMAS '- with the number of her brancn nhdcrueath I'J'I.'eir'l I >ceincn exhibits complete series .

i l:'TIN Jt\%DOLPU. Hank of, Florida.. Mariana. Chartered _" the same. I| :unond to 14 lines Pica. 1 he Hook .
fa,000.' n. -- and Newt typo being In the most modernlight
1831-Capital $
i The regular terms are held as follows (;Not in cratioi.) 11ttUCF:'.-;INLw.Yoait'1'Yl'F. FOUNDRY.I. and s'yle. ,

For II.iu'lton: Couitty at on the first J No. 13 Chamber it. near Chatham.TUP \\ bite, Hagar & Co, are agents for the
Tor I ale of the Smith: and Riist Presses
and Prinling
Mondiys in June December.
Jacksonville! Chartered 1 35.
Rank of
and '
of five lino Pica
Madison County, at San Pedro, on the price plain an-: which they can furnish to their customers
Capital 75,000.
in June tique is leduccd to l5 cents II Ib and dix ,
Tli irsdays after the first Mondays at the manufacturer's! prices" Chases! ,
(Not tuoperatiuu.)
yet line Pica and larger to itO cents, thortby
and December. And for the remainder Case, Composition Slicks, Ink and every
the District, at Tallahassee on the first __ -_- .l ,I making these, perfect metal types cheaper* article used in the Printing Business, kept

.1 Mondays in J\ptilaod October. For the information of transient vessels than any other.! i{ for *hale and furnished OL the :shortest notice.

passing Key West: we ,give the loliowingUAYA2S i This foundry has bad added,,lately to its. Old type( taken in exchange,for'new

WESTERN Dlsrt-Comprising the or PiIOTAGii Wrrnerunparallelledassortuieut several sizes at 0 cents per pound.N. .

Counties of Iscrnblal'VallunVashingtun, as established by the County Court. of Shia'edCondensed'and'rbamented'I P. Newspaper Proprietors Who give
Franklin and Jackson. ypes, by which Printers the letterprell'are the above three' infertionsrvriUibe; entitledto

Judge JOHN .\. C'AMrnox.' Attorney, lie it ordered by the County Court that all enabled tu rival the impressions ironi Five Dollars in such articles as they may'.i h

GEORQC: WALKER. Marshal, J. 'V. } xu\r! Vessels shall he subject" to the lolloping copperplate in beauty] fancy and tasteful select front our specimen. '. : : t' .
rates of Pilotage.Sec. display.The '

The regular terms arc held as follows 1. All vessels of War ) .oo.t' I assortment embraces 250 ,sizes or NOTICE.

For Lfccamhia; County, at l'en acolaon the drawings and not morq'r;&, vaiictien.lroin I't line,pica to pearl of Uon'iau TilE Subscriber being pr/iteful! for time

first :Monda" in May and .November. For than 14 feet, ? .$l.. 00 ,, l Italic Slack( Anti-juo, Italian Fills, favora heretofore shown 'him in his line of

Walton County, on the first Monday in Drawing: 14 and. not more ',' Condensed, Hhaded, IJackslope, German the
business solicits i continuance of
March, and third Monday in November. than 18 feet; 'V; : '* 2,20Drawing R; :. 'i ext, On aiainied,Mu8ic&c. and also Pica a Iw
and "
Fur Washington County on __the second, 18 not'ofcr' Fractions, :Superiors same ; "
( U Space .Rules Astronomical
Monday in March and fourth Monday ".1 I 21 feel, www*., 2 50 I I and other Signs, Ornamented! lie pledges 'himself that, nothipg slashbe

November. .Jackscn County, at Mariana 'ver il I feet, U 00 I I Dashes,,Long Drakes, Brass Rule., nearly I wantingon his part lo pleoSOIci9'cnsttomers.

ofi: fie: thirdliniday; in March arid tic, Isec. 2. Merchant Ves- r + j JOO Burden, ,and more than, 1000 Cuts; or iris UKKAI) will in'f'utbra'he'madelarger .
>first in December Aud for Frank scls drawing 6 and 4' rl v 'ha
Monday not' Orn3n J1u(or Newspapers: School-Dooks, I and earnestly requcats those who
'a:100 r
lin County on the first Monday in April and over twelve feu, tall ,- I :Scientific works are indebted tu him' to make paymt l ..

Thursday after the third Monday in Decem $1.50 I l
pay < The subscriherstirrnish! Composfr. :Sti<;k., JOHN: 0. 21IUAX
ber. All ubovc 1: aud not over ,.- ,. i CasesJuk.all. Chases I 10 '
Galleys Jan. 1830. 5-tf
19 feet -if..., pb ; kinds Furniture Paper [ ] .

SOUTHERN DISTRICTCompriing the All over 16 aJ, not .above j P I i article required oJ I'riutiug in Presses! aqd every tb.Imariifacturen' ()::7'J QN '
18 feet ,.. I a l'rinhng-OJfice" ? E.flt .tl IJQV'' .
County and
Monroe ;part of alusyutto.Judge ? I. 'also execute lv.1.
prices. They a candidate for the Clerkship of
All above 18 feet ,
JAMES: WEBB. ,Attorney, UII.LUM I shall pay ** t z'.50 i order for H1eref.tJPing. I Monroe County Court, at the election in

'hI\Y'l", Marsh'l'uoMAstEdsTIN. ISo!:. 3. Vessels arrivfog or departing Um I I ,.1'rintem of Newspapers who publub ibis )'ebru&1I1C1t. Dec. 26, 183$. oz..tdJ









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'I with little ind the currents so variable that the 11
no navi-
our safely is regarded
therefore 4 would
fenceless: state. It seem, ,
(, THE INQUIRER. satisfaction and gratitude by our citizens( I ator cannot tell with any precision,at night )t
in I
the extent of our commerce
considering 1 where he is, even should he be able to see !

KEY WEST, FLORIDA this quarter, that the subject is well worth LIGHT HOUSES.-We notice with I the land. Light houses would remove thiit '
of the General Governmentand difficulty,and vessels in distress would
the attention
Editor of the : gen. J
the remarks of the :
"SATURDAY, JAN VARY 33, 1830. cunceivo it the duty of the Representatives ;pleasure orally be able to find some opening in tlsri
..n we Tallahassee Floridian, that follow, relatingto 1 reef where they could in
pass safety and
EBBATA.I" our paper of last week, from the South and West to press J
the Light Houses along the coast of :anchor inside.

giving the amount of property carried away its consideration without delay."-[Fieri. Florida. They are generally correct, and Were there a light at Loo Key: this would J i

E by the Indians from the house of Mr. Coo. dian. the few inaccuracies we have observed arc 'be the point for which vessels would steer

Jey, instead of $7000 it should have been their course on leaving the Bahama Bank! ?, tf1{M
'7JO. Latest from the iV th.The Schooner not sufficiently important to claim any par by which the average length of the voyage!

------- Savoy from Charleston brought us newspapers ticular notice w>old be diminished a day or two at leas: :

THIS RULE IS POSITIVE. of as late a date as 11th inst. They In relation to the "accurate survey pother consideration is, there is an exec!- J Jr

'1-, None of our exchange papers must betaken contain, however, no news of importance made some years agflra wouhP4 en'e r Foal Honda harbor in: of tho neighborhood at Rahit :.
capable admitting ships of \
L from this office in future, as it subjects except that M. Pageot, the French Charge that, no survey has.everroni made orXthe and the reef can be passed any where for war a, ,;

s' us to much inconvenience. d'Affaiies Washington had received his Florida Reef which will come are with the distance of eight miles below the Key by ',

t: --p --. orders to return to France, and that the day English Survey of Gauld for all practical vessels drawing eighteen feet water, and atone '
'I TRAINING vs. PjiiimNc'--So: long as The Chart delineated from place by vessels drawing
had been fixed for the sale of his furniture purposes. twenty N
, citizen soldiers have to perform the feet. Here vessels would anchor
we ,
&c. It was also rumored in Washingtonthat Gauld's Survey is the one used by the Navy calmor
, I multifarious duties incident to our present bad weather proceed by the inner
the mediation of England had been and we have the testimony of every one pas-
sage through the finest sound in the
:.. threatening aspect of,affairs,our readers at tendered to France and the United States, acquainted with the coast in its favor. It to Key West, or around the Tortugas.world It,
home and abroad must bear with us and at-
but respectfully declined by both nations. may in soma respects be deficient, and probably is inconceivable by what stupidity or short. '

tribute any want of interesting matter to if some experienced hydrographcr sightedness a beacon, instead of a light, ,r j swa ;

. its right cause. The truth is, parades, THE INDIANS-Vie have the gratification were to collate the chart with that at the < placed at so important a point AS this. N 1

guard, patrol duty, &c. make no small of informing our friends at a distance Department drawn from the surveys of our Another benefit to be derived! from pr,>p- I I
erly lighting the Florida; is
coast that
encroachment the time we have to that farther advance has been made all

i upon no officers would hate all the information
own we vessels of light draft would keep inside of
; devote. our proper avocations. by the Indians since our last. It has been requisite to enable the mariner to I the Gulf Stream instead of taking the circuitous J!

I FRolT.- satisfactorily ascertained that they had nota navigate our waters in safety so far as a I route around Abaco, as they woulJ I

: LATE CHARLESTON. few days back yet visited Cape Florida, chart could insure it. not then fear the Florida shore. In time I
The Schooner Susan, 9 days from Charles of war this would be of incalculable adian-
their fires had been observed at
We have understood that the erection of The Bahamas would
tage. : no longer be
ton arrived just as we were going to press. no great distance in the interior. Four some of the Light Houses mentioned and the key to the commerce of the :Mo.\ir n ,I

The Captain reports that Mr. Barton had canoes of friendly Indians or those accustomed others omitted was recommended some Gulf. This subject is a matter of so much

arrived at New York from Paris, and that in to trading at Indian Key were in that months since by the superintendent of this importance that we trust another Congress

vicinity a few days since, but it is said District, in of a circular from will not be allowed I 10 pass away without
Charleston with France consequence
,war was generally I its being taken into consideration as wellas
expected. they received warning not to land and soon the Department respecting the dispositionof that of erecting sufficient fortificationsat f

after disappeared again. It is to be regret- the Lights, and other matters relatingto Key: West.

p; -We arc always pleased when we arc ted that they were not taken and examined. them, preparatory to a general reorgani- We; would also enquire whether the accurate

able to furnish our northern brethren with Considerable alarm still prevails at Indian ization of the Light House system, as alluded surveys, made six or eight years since, I r
to by the Secretary of the Treasury of the Florida coast and reefs, wiireeverpublished. :'1
and think not without
matter: for their sheets but must Key, we reason,
huge we Much valuable information '
his annual \
in report to Congress. \\\MJjyJ\ was: 1
them wish that would as the force they can muster for its defence obtained the
express to our they "The utility of light houses in this age on occasion, and if generally
always give the name of our paper in con does not amount to more than 15 men- need not be demonstrated. The object of disseminated among navigators would diminish <1

nection with the date of the intelligence, and as parties of Indians have been in the this article is to show that there exists on the danger, by makingknown Iho ie

r when they think proper to transfer any article habit of visiting it for the purpose of traffic the coast of Florida a lamentable want of should points also where betaken the reef may to passed. It 11
consideration ill
them. For it has been subject .
of ours into their columns. they are consequently acquainted with of complaint many that years the British Govern a erecting light houses, that it is possible t to,
the resources of the Island, the value of build them
houses too higltll!! In that latitude ne.r;
ment to erect light
neglected on
COMMERCE OF KEY WEST., the property there &c. Abaco and Key Sal Bank. This desirable the shore there generally a haze or mis: '.

In another column we insert the Commercial I Key West, we consider in a great measure object has at length been attained, and it hanging over the water at no great elevation "

Statistics of this Port for the last safe. It will certainly be the last place now becomes the duty of the American consequently a light placed at a greater elevation .

which have from the Government to see whether it has not been than fifty or sixty feet becomes obscured
year, we procured attacked, and before that time arrives we ; and it is not uncommon to l he able

Custom House. The operation of the trust effectual protection will be secured by guilty of this equal or greater the neglect, while to discover land from the deck when it can
pressing subject on consideration
Act regulating the Tonnage Duties on Spa. having a body of Troops stationed on the of a foreign power whose interest at stake, not be seen from mast-head. The great ;1

nigh vessels and other circumstances, ten I Island or in its vicinity, and in the meanwhile compared with ours, was trifling. From! object to obtained is to place the lights ''I{
ded to reduce considerably Reef West is on all the prominent reefs so that :vessel tf
our Exports very the presence of one of our West Carysford to Key there no will
but in other respects, the result of theyear's light,a distance of more than one hundred: not sight of one before another
India Squadron will afford us every protec, shall be visible. The coast could then
and miles. The the limner
twenty light at
business does not diner materiallyfrom tion. During the last week about forty place is a floating light, liable to be displaced be imitated by nightas well as by day.

former years. We understand that stand of arms and a quantity of ball chul or destroyed at all times, by violent Much would gained in time, money and 1

the reduction from the Revenue secured tridges have been received and added to, gales, as :was the case last September. This lives; and we trust that General Jackson i a
will have tho honor
during the year,consequent upon the Compromise what we already possessed.We of course, is not relied on by mariners; and' which will to execute a measure 1
cause blessings to be poured
Act of 1832 amounted to about this point is seldom seen but by necessity.It .j
still consider the establishment of who
his for all
memory ages to come, by
should be replaced by a work of sol.d f
$6000. The average Revenue accruing at permanent land and naval force in this faced with granite blocks, and I shall be induced by business or pleasure i
mysonry I
this Port since the to sail around the Florida
establishment of the I : capcs.-Talb.[ i
quarter extremely necessary: to prevent the placed on the inner side of the reef A
,\ I Custom House is about 30000. w Indians spreading in this direction when work of this kind would be permanent,and J liassee Floridian. .1,

PROPRIETY driven from their northern grounds. .J I less expensive than the present miserable COMMERCIAL STATISTICS.C OF KEY
___ expedient. A light is necessary, also, at WEST, FOR 1835. .
-We are pleased to find that this and should be
subject the following places, con
NAVALThe United States of
Sloop Vessels entered at the Custom Ilou t.
has at last attracted the attention of the structed in the manner recommended aboveon
War St. Louis, Capt. Roseau, left the Tavernier American, 3tl' From For. Ports, 17.1:
the Key
near on or
Press. We have noticed several articles 158
10 Coastwise
outer harbor on Saturday 16th inst. for near Indian Key, on Loo Key and one in Foreign ,
relating to it in different and -
papers, among Pensacola. The Frigate Constellation, the intermediate space between the two 331 33J
others, the following in the Tallahassee mentioned We that
Com Dallas, yet remains with us giving us last places. are aware -
Floridian, in which the main argumentsin confidence in our means of protection from this measure would be attended with great Yeller cleared at the Custom Ilouif.

r favor of the measure are succinctly sta. expense,but not greater than b: warrantedby American, 248 For For. Ports Iii
ted. We have already adverted to the the Indians and insuring our personal safe the magnitude: of the object to be effec Foreign 12 Coastwise ted. The interest of every State in the -
subject at length in our columns and will ty.A
therefore detachment of Marines and Seamen, Union would be promoted: a greater cr 260 Eio
merely express to our brethren less it. The trade from
about 60 in number we believe, has beensent degree by return
of the South and West our hope that they the CoromoJoro Cuba, Jamaica: and central America, u Coasting Vessels not obliged to enter or
i ,will give to it all the attention it deserves. by to the assistanceof : equally exposed with the entire commerce clear not included in the abore.
A-It I the U. S. Troops at Fort Brooke. and it t: of the Gulf of Mexico. In a former numher
VU."KIev \VDT. -This Average number of entrances last 5 yean
l place at the cession
'Will without doubt,receive a most welcome we estimated the -A rip oprty 239

of Florida, was regarded as an acquisitionof reception,as our last advices represent them which annually passes the coast of Floridaat per annum same
Average number of clearances
immense importance to the U. States- 4100,000,000. By a more minute calculation
cut oft from all intercourse with the surrounding period *S9
commanding, as it does, by its local position it amounts to nearly double that

the immense commerce that flows country. Another detachment aura,exclusive ot the value of the shipping. Value of Importi from Foreign Port
has been dispatched up the Reef as far as Of this immense euro nearly one and a half In Foreign Vessels $3 1 142
through the Gulf Stream. It is capable of
Cape Florida, to afford protection to such per cent, or 300,000 dollars u annually American Vessels, 39957
being fortified at a small expense, so as to
of ibo inhabitants of the coast as wishedto lost.These
be almost impregnable, while it would be observations arc not made at ran $T,090
the harborso examine into the safety or destruction of dom. Tire writer ef this article has made
extremely difficult to blockade their
property and to insure the re-illumination .the round the Average for the lut 5 yrt. $78,922

as to prevent ingress and egress by those of the Light House at that point.- is now voyage prelh well acquainted capes six with times the reefs and Value of Exports to fbreign Port

holding possession. Imagine, then, the, The Commodore has also extended his: aid and currents which ren'lr tile navigationof In Foreign Vessels $4277

consequences, should this harbor fall into to us in clearing up the woods in the vicinity those seas so d:1icult. The dangers American Vessels SJ.380

the hands of an enemy,as it moat assuredly of the town, in order that no lurking arise principally; Horn the currents and the! II In,651

will in case of a war with either Franceor place might be left near it in case of an mariner.want of proper The landmarks: to guide the
coast b low
very Average for the lasts $49,767
England, if it bf Jf'fin its present de-I invasion by the savage foe. Such an inter. 'and not easily di!

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1.contemplated: expedition than that of his 18- Sloop Spy, lIolden, llavana,Fruit A Resort lor invalids. ?
A friend has handed us a New Orleans e
having the command.On to master.
Paper containing the proceedings of a motion of Mr. Brccdin, seconded by Sloop Relief, Denison, Havana, to mas.

meeting in aid of Florida, held at Mobileon Col Phillips, the resolution was unanimously : tcr. 9a I
Packer Havana, to
Sloop Energy, A ,
12th January.: We are glad to see such adopted .. .
manifestations of good will on the |part cf John It. Reed, &;(t. submitted the following master. Havana THE SUBSCRIBER having settled \\
resolution, which being secondedby 19 Sloop Moro Castle,Burrows, If on Indian Key, has determined .
f our Mobile friends. to master. to open a HOUSE for boarding and
l 1.. Gibbons, Esq. was adopted : t p.
lf. [From he Mobile llcgistcr Jan. 13.] Resolved-That the roll for volunteers 29 Sloop Alert, Braman, Havana, to lodging, and believing it to be, one of the .
moll favorable situations in' the United
Volunteers for Florida.The meeting be now opened,and that those persons who 1 master. States for persons who are suffering from p
held at the Court House last evening, was arc willing to offer their Cervices, be re Sloop Paragon,Park, Havana to master. pulmonary,dispeptic and numerous chronic :
attended and the measures forward and enrol their Schr Savoy, Sargent, Charleston, mdz
very numerously : quested to come diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge from .
"1 which are reported below, were adopted names. to master. the chill blasts of a northern winter,he feels
k' without a dissenting voice. Major Meeting adjourned. Schr Fair American, Fitch,Reef ballastto safe in saying that Indian Key cannot, be

::1 Maryant, Col. Phillips, Mr. Reed and Mr. GEO. WALTON, Ch'n. F A Browne. surpassed for beauty, health and climate. ,
Gibbons addressed the meeting, and portrayed Wai. M. Gatrow, Scc'h.We ". Schr Olite Branch, Green, to P C Greene. Frost has never been known here-the "; I
in glowing and eloquent terms, the BteUD Boat David Brown, Wright, New thermometer seldom below 65 or 56 in win- '

iJ! claims of our brethren in Florida,exposed hear (says the Morning Post,) that Orleans, bound to Havana. exposed ter,nor up to the to 90 sea in from summer.every point It U entirely of the

:,, to the tomahawk and scalping knife of the Gen. Thomas and Major Morgan,of Baton 22 Sloop Havana, J W Packer, Havana, compass. .I

', merciless savage, on our prompt and cffi Rouge,have advised the Governor of their to master. The fare of his table and bar shall be asgood

cient asss ance. Their appeals were in- readiness to proceed to Florida Bay, witha BAILED. as the market will afford and attended ,I aby
stantly responded to, and several gentlemenof force of fifty volunteers, in order to oppose Jan 16-Sloop Loreto, Sawyer, Havana experienced servants. Private rooms x
the first respectability, enrolled their the Indians. We have not learned Brig Granite, Fisher, Sisal.: for lodging gentlemen, ladies, and families Q1

names as volunteers. whether his excellency has accepted( the Brig Wave,Lewis, St Marks. neatly) arranged. The undersigned hopes 1,

Measures are in progress today, to pro offer, or intends doing so. Our Baton 18 Schr Oneco,Harris,New Orleans. by diligent attention and industry to merit ,l
the custom of his friends and the public
;,1 vide nnns, ammunition, equipments and Rouge friends are composed of good stuff, Brig Sea Flower, Tyler, with marines generally. S. A. SPENCER.

'; provisions, so that the volunteers may be and should it be their fate to face the sava- .and officers frone Frigate Constellation, for Indian Key, Monroe County, Tern- { 49 i-I t',

: enabled to march at the moment their services ges,they will shrew we arc not mistaken.- Tampa. torr of Florida, November 7th 1835. \ it. I
'I may be required. The deep regret We know them of old. 19 Sloop Relief, Denison, Havana. Q r-Tbe St. Augustine Herald. Charles ,

I for;the massacre of so many of our brave Sloop: Energy,Packer, Havana. ton Courier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier 1

, 4 citizen soldiers, has awakened a spirit: of Items from late paprrs received.FOREIGN. 20 bloopMoro Castle,Burrows, do. New York Advocate and Journal, and ,

retributive vengeance against their remorse .-A levy en masse was ordered Schr Bahama,Lovett, Cape 1"loritlawith Boston Commercial Gazette will give the !

, 'j less detroyers in the boom of every man in Spain in October. Every unmarried 1 marines and officers from Frigate Constel above accounts five to this insertions office for and forward their y J
t payment. ,
in this community, and all are ready and Spaniard or widower without children between lation. :j

anxious to aid in the extermination of a 18 and 40 years of age inclusive, Steam Boat David Brown Wright, Ha Election Notice. J

foe, whom nothing short of extermination was called into military service; 100,000men vana. Notice is hereby given, that an electionfor I

: can subdue.At were to be immediately organised to 22 Steam Boat Champion, Mobile. Clerk of Monroe County Court, Sheriff

an adjourned meeting of the citizensof march against the Carlist factions.Mr. Sloop Havana, JV Packer, Havana. and Coroner will be held on Monday the 1st
Mobile, held at the Court House, at 8 ....... day of February 1836, at the following places 1
:, o'clock on the evening of'the 12lh Jan. .Barton. ,our Charge' at Paris demanded NOTICE: TO MAKINGS. under the superintendence of the foV ,!

1836, for the purpose of considering what his passports on tho 6th November and Custom House West lowing Inspectors. ri!
Key ,)
measures it becomes the citizens to adopt received them the next: day. Ho had not In Key West at tbe Engine House.
Collector's Office Jan. 15
m consequence of the late distressing intelligence however at the last dates left the city, but In of, tho encroachments, 1836.) Inspectors.
all official communication with the Court consequence ROBERT It. FLETCIIER.
Tampa Bay.
' '
of the Indians and
ri Maryant from the committee through him was: at an end. M. Brent, depndationa along ALEXANDER PATTERSON.
Major appointed
the coast, the Light House at Cape Florida
:, the of our Consul, will of course still continue to AHA F. TIFTfAt
by meeting
yesterday morn.
/ watch over the comnrcrcial interests of the has been abandoned. It is expected how- Indian Key at the store of J. Ilousmsfl.Inspectors. '
to resolutions offered the following -
ing prepare United ever, that the light will be shown again in '
" States.
Preamble and Resolutions which
tho course of a few days, but in the present CHARLE lit tW":.
s t were unanimously adopted. Admiral de Rigny, who commanded at state of attain in that quarter, it is pro JACOB HOUBMAN. .
Whereas-Intelligence has been received Navarino died at Paris 7th November bable some irregularity may arise in conducting LEMUEL OTIS.

J that our Fellow Citizens of Florida,are. King Leopold of Belgium, was in Paris it, and this notice given in order At Key Vacas at the store of Wm White '
suffering the cruelties of an Indian incursion
; that mariners may be on their guard. bead.
taking hiu walks about the city like any private
triumphant thus far-and that the
1 citizen unattended. IV. A. WHITEHEAO Collector Inspector
,::. Federal troops collected upon that point : and Sup. lot of lights. t WM. WHITEfJEAD.
} ;are incompetent to a safe resistance of the JOSEPH BETHELL.WM. .
Commercial will
benefit the
DOMESTIC.-Tho Washington Mirror says % papers .
/.1 invasion much less to the successful
re.pu1sion it is rumored, that Judge Anderson is aboutto mercantile interests of the country by giving
of the invaders. under my band and seal this 98th
leave the Comptrollers Office. He has the above one or more insertions. of
day December
A. D.
: Resolved-That we regard with) great 1835.
held the situation fur
the condition twenty years A. M. By the Judge:
i anxiety perilous of our brethren 67ALUEN JACKSONJ
of Florida, and deeply deplore the Roger B. Tany was nominated by the Respectfully offer himself to the voters of JOS. A. THOURON W. R. IIACKLEY.
I loss of the gallant officers, and brave soldiers ) Senate on 28th EC.IS: Chief Justice, and Monroe County u a candidate for Clerk of Clerk, M. C. C.

massacred on the 28th December. Philip P. Batbour as associate Justice of the County Court. Jan. 9, 1836. [n4td] PROSPECTUS '

Resolved-That a roll for volunteers in the Supreme Court. r OP A NEW VOLUMEor
p KrTHE undersigned ia a candidate for
I relief of Florida, be immediately opened by The New York papers of 28th Dec. state the office of Clerk of the County Court for TUB

a commit of twenty, who shall proceed that notwithstanding the dreadful conflagration Monroe County, at the election to be held KEY WEST INQUIRER.

4 as:' soon as practicable,to organise them into which has devastated that city,nota on the fint Monday in February next, and -
1 companies, which shall hold themselves in failure had occurred. Among he lueses as such respectfully solicits the suffrage of The second volume of tho Kxv

J readiness to move at such time, and to such the Herald mentions those of Stephen Whit- his friends and the public generally. WEST iKQCiRjtR will commence on the

1 place, as said committee may decide upon. ney, $500,000 in houses: and real estate. Jan. 9, 1836. [o4tdj ABA F. TIFT. 19th of December,and with due acknowUcdgernenta
t Resolved That said Committee be au. for the which has already
John support
1 Suydam probably $200OOO in stores CO-JOHN
thorized to call on the proper officers,Stateor J. 8AND3COWill : been given to his endeavors Editor
and insurance stocks,and Dr. Hoaack, who the
t Federal, fir the arms and ammunition I be candidate for the office of Sheriffof would a hope that avowal
out of$200,000 in stocks only caved $0- Monroe express an of 'his
County at the election in
requisite for the use of the volunteers. February determination
to continue his
1 000. The Doctor did not live to feel his next. Jan. 9, 1836. [n4td undertakingmay
Resolved That the ]
i Mayor and Alder. loss having died Dec. 20. The Washington lead to a still more extended patron

I men be requested to furnish said committee correspondent of the New York Daily ftWE:: are authorised to announce AL- age. To his fellow citizens of Key West,

5, with all necessary funds for ihe victuallingand Advertiser says that Daniel Webster will EX AN DEI I PATTERSON u a candidate he can only make knortn his resolution to

transportation of the volunteer, and will not consent to lie candidate at the for Sheriff of Monroe County, at the election pursue that course fa conducting the IN-
' render all such further aid and assistance next election for President. in February next [Jan. 9, 1836. n4tdJ OVIRCB, as will in his opinion conduce mostto

as may carry the objects of these resolutions the prosperity of the Island and the good
irto effect. oJ-L.: F. BREAKE .lO
of society, claiming for himself in further.
MR. EDITOR would draw the
On motion, it was resolved, ihat the attention Will bo a candidate for the Sheriffalty of ance of that resolution, without
( of the 10th Regiment of Florida Monroe county at the election in February pretending
lank. in the obove resolutions be filled with next. to infallibility, the privilege of candidly
the word twenty, and that the chair appointthe Militia; to the fact, tint they are yet but half Jan. 2, 1836. [a7-td.j stating his own sentiments, although they b

said committee. Whereupon the following organised. We Lave no field officers; and MARSHAL'S SALE. may be at variance with those of a portionof

} gentlemen were appointed by the ever since 1829 the law provides that the r BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. from the the community. The columns of the

chair. field officers should be elected by those :lion. Superior Court for the Southern Ju paper will be, aa heretofore, kept aa free
Maj. John Maryant Col! P PhillipsCol dicial District of Florida to from controversy aa possible.
G W Owen, R JJ Ureediu Eaq between the age of 18 and 45 years lit delivered will expose for me sale onSaturday To the friends of the IKQUOUEB abroada

Gen Win Taylor \V H Rolrtson is thought to be a matter cf moment to I the.bthda, ofFebruary, to the highest promise u made, that no. means altaina

Wm J Jones Coq: T Sandford Esq organised at all, it is certainly importantto and best bidder,aU the right, title,claim ble by the Editor shall be left unemployed
Col Joa Bates Gen T LToalniin and interest of Lackland M. Stone to the to
to them
be legally convey through its /aU
organised. Nearly all the following described pages
Capt John F PanicsVm Quigley Esq property situated on the commercial
W F Cleveland Esq Col Wm R Halle! Regiment are now cn the Key, and the Island of Key West, to wit. vicinity intelligence originating in this
Lots particularly the earliest and
Col John Milton John KGllinitEeq time is as favorable as can be expected. J.SHarCne led DOS. 2 and 3, in square no. 44, Icy authentic most
as property said Stone relating 10 the wrecks
to sat-
S A Roberts Wm
Esq Hale
Esq tefy judgment which Marl U. Emerson upon the Florida reef and the proceedings
Wm M Garrow Ksq: Capt W Smith. l trlUnrutt.P ( wile Of Emerson "* late Marv R. PleemIing of the Court of Admiralty connected

and widow and legatee of John W. C therewith-intelligence,which merchants
Mr. Breedin behalf of the
on committee 0 R T OF KEY Fleemwg, by her attorney in fact
appointed by the meeting of this morning, WEST. A. whitehead, recovered William must always be of interest. The decisions
offered the following resolutions: M./ otooe. against said L. of the Court are oftentimes of the highest

Captain Ellen A. Hitchcock, of the U. Jan 16-Brig A.alVED.Granite of Tetras,Cash. Sale within the legal hoars. importance, and no occasion shall be allow.
S. Army ,Fisher, Paper to be paid for ed to pass without the publication. of such
: now on Furlough, having lenderd Havana, ballast; to F. A Browne. by the purchaser
his services to the Committee to take command Schr Single Sailor THOS. tA8TJr-I, U.S.M. decisions at length. ;
of such volunteers as bo raisedin Furniture Bethell Key Vacas By J. A. TJlOURO, D.1L AH communications to bo addressed
this may ; to master. 'I Key 'Vest, Jan. 9, 1830. (post paid) to ATKINSON.
vicinity. Be it therefore revolted 17 Steam float f o4-3t)_ .
that !the thanks of this meeting be tenderedto bound to Mobile. Champion, Charleston, crJOBEPH A. TIIOVRON.tO: Key West, December 1835.

him with an assurance that no circumstance 5cbr Gazette, .Aowhn.l. N>w Bedford WW be a candidate (or the Clerkship of %* w'c hould be happy to reciprocate
wvjM' girr 'r4gh*r r* nMerce to the rt! foi light l: Wipes Monroe County Court, at the election io the fciror with any of our exchange '
Jebruaryoeat papers
Dec.,2,1815. ins-sal who will insert the above notice. '



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' L'UL'S.; I [name of a guardian or friend who is ofiigeJ I'with, her husband ; but cannot du it by a ()r converse well on the comparalivemc-
DIt ChaiLA1r
'tie is not liable to Le st.cd If 'his father is:: s;separate after made deed. j i ts of poets and novelists.
From ih -LcxillglOl1 .(Ktf) Intelligencer., ; :not living, he entitled to his own c rnings.A .\ A husband: dying in the lifetime of hi'ifc .-

** ;";"" ON 'l'l:'IPERA\CI "' minor conns of age the first minute'w may. by will, cut her off from all his Reversion means the right to hate; : !the

Inscribed In the Young Men's Temperance of his I\\enty-first birth day. Both males: estate: but a right of dower; that is the tightto I land after the estate for life, vested in a

Sodtty of Islington. and femahsaie ot age at twenty-one. I''t have for life the use of one third of all widow or other person ends; i i. e. tb," land

Males may be bound to nppienti cship '[[he real estate' which he owned during the 1 then reverts or returns to the heir.

Go young man in your youthful prime, till twenty-one, females till eighteen: or [u'irriarie, und whereof she has not barred -*-
tbo of death and
4 scenes wo, l
Survey till married !befoie eighUen. Both sexes I herself by joining with him in a deed. The TIlE RESURRECTION
Te/ haunts of vice, the deeds of crime, j
bound till bit without I law 'has provided a mode for to
(" That from tlio sparkling Goblet flow. may be out ieen assigning beautiful) and descriptive extract from

their consent; and after: fourteen by tile fa- i 1 the widow her dower in the husband's! estate the Scotch Preacher.

form ther without their consent ; if there be no ; whether she marries ogoin: or not
Go view which like thine Twice had the Sun down tj
once gone
yon upon e
If the husband! lies will all
the mother without
father living, guardian Illay.bind a ,
Was clothed, in modesty and grace, I earth: and all as yet was quiet as the Sqitlchre '.
with his the wife's of dower
I their
them, consent, nsappientl- property, right excepted -
That{ spoke its origin Divine I ; death held its sceptre over the Sun
ces. A minor over fouiuui years of igeI f is liable for his debts. After they! :
Seen in the mind-illumined face._ nf God-still and silent the hours pass on,
Who has no l father, uiotleror! guardi, =arc paid, the residue of personal estate is ;
he stood their
it I l I guards by l'ost8-tlH' raof
i 1 may I bind himself.with the npprol.atlou! of I divided into thirds, of which rile widow is
: That could I the their .
:: f countenance once impart midnight moon gleamed on lid.mets 1
the selectmen. When minois :. entitled to as her -and the child
: I : uie inlrup- I one own ;
;: The hrart-fdl solace of a friend ; I and! their spears-the mcnno of f
{ trly treated by their maslns, the rimed is, I nr children, of the deceased! to two. If
i' 'J'J.at.'okC! could! soothe, the, broken heart, I Christ exulted in their success, the |KMIS;:
to complain to the Court of Common! Plea,'' 1 there be no children and no will, the wid
:r I Those hands! the helpless once defend I of his fm'odsVC'I'O sunk in despondency
who order that'theuiinur! is entitled to half the estate f
may lm uischarg-*IAV personal ,
lix and in sorrow,-the spirit: of glory wanted;
ed from his und her dower if there be kindredof :
: That apt rentictship. : 10 ; no
I grace is gone! -that voice that erst, in anxious suspense to behold the even'.
Male adults have all the and the husband the widow is entitled to all
I rights, are 4 :: ,
f tin Liberty's and virtue's cause, and wondered at tho depth of the way* of
subject to all the duties+ of ciHztus; cXI I I the I personal estate, after payment of debts, :
In sweetest eloquence, would burst God.) At length the morning star, win:'
cept"that after forty-Hve }oti'. of :' tKe\: ;and, to her dower.
{ -That drew the shouts of loud applause.That : ge I in the east, announced the approach of

are not liable" to miliiaiy du J' not: i III serve t 1 The Judge! of Probate is authorised by I 1 light ; the third day began to ea\\IlIli'OI1I.l'! !

after law to make allowance of the
on juries s-cvenly'yeitr: 1 an personal ,
tongue now peaks but to profane world, when on a sudden the earth titmhletl -
By mainage the husbdr.miucquire! ;? a right,i I estate' to a widow of an intestate,
The Sacred Name, and all that's good ; 1 from its centre, and the gowns 1 cflica.
all ''he wheiit-i/ t iit-i husban i ihfd! insolvent
absolutely, to pC'sunal e.s.ftaowned( : or lIot'l'
That countenance is now inane- 'ven were shaken-an angel of God dean-n:
by I the wiley when the :rnarnage, :uplace; ", 1 1 -.llowHiice Ut !ponds on circums'.ancesi, : i ion
Jle sinks beneath Death1 turbid flood deg, theguard! shrunk from the terror lit'lnprC
and all that falls her winch the Judge to decide This
to to after iiKnir.go: I is is: : .
"> + eiice, and fell prostrate on Uie ronrtl -
He has the right to use, tm.na<>e, and 'iI tspo :a reasonable and hun.ane provision of they'
Warned of 'his fate: will you pursue i he rolled away the stone from thtf door ut'
e of all her real .;"-talcIII'e lilt. inai- I law, as a widow III I :II t, uthcrwise, bo ulier-i.; ,
.The:, path Ihat leads to death and, hell? :: thesepulclueand. sat upon it. Hut whoia i
riago life continues:!; und lo ;the iiee ut me I Iwile's ly destitute,. in SOUR- case:! though with a
He thought himself as firm as you- this t l-3t! comcth forth from the lomb, \\ui
real estate t fur his life, if the v.fe: f family to take ( ale of:
He sipped-ho quaflvd} the cup-he fill!: I dyed garments: from the bed of death Hr
'. dies first, and! there me children of the inai- If one dies leaving a will, he is said to
: I I. I t! at is glorious in his appearance-\\alknin ,;;
ridge; otherwise no., .;:nd it goes to 1 lui r'I I die testale,11a1' is, he leaves proof or It'ataiiien. : -
the greatness of his strength. It is tl .
heirs. As a wile M consideifd! as (U.'lit is\ a Latin word wit-
haviib meaning '
From the Political Class Book. prince, O Zion! Christian. It IS JOur :I.oid'He '1 1 :
; in 'her \ os't' ,,-. ul his will if ho oies leaving
no property own light except \-: ) ; : without ,
Ptatsovs'Their bath trodden the winepress alone: i i.
Capucilus and Incaparitics. hereafter mentioned, she:; cannot inuKe, a a wit, he died intc&iaie.! If the foiinei,

.-All person dwelling in the Unite will. ''I hi:, IhlUllIeut dl-Ol'us s of ills estate It' ,the Lnth stained his garments with blood ; but

Suites, may divideI into two classes:' : 1. A !father is the natural guardian of his I 1.1,11:1,11,1.: IH\ ode; I. l'aJf:1l1 ufe/ebl/ ,:,;, now, as tho first womb of nature, he mot',
the of
I morning his resuneclion. He an
Those who are under--2. Those who auc children, and is bound! to support! arid ,- 2, Uie distiibutiiifl of itsidne of personal:
!If'S:1 from the world ryitits
over I i\\piiy: one years of age.Th' trite hcl staled' 3. conqueror ;
calc them, and! is consequently entitled tot as "c ; assignment I
lie beings salvation to the sons of men.-
fir-: i class includes both sexes;;, and He has the dower 4. ihe itul C tate and! *
OIB ICIICC. power to enloret11'oU'dienee. ; rcvcision:
:Never did the returning sun usher in a day8n
nil primus from biiliriip| >> to full ago; that Jf a father'- conduct townitsH i ul tins widow's dower, descend! ill equal

is, iv.enly-mic Y' arr.; In .the Innguaue (II his children should be severe and cruel, 111!isiiaieb' .to tl... children. If a child diet in glorious! It was the jubilee of the uni

the \ia vt nil\ these persons( arc considered |'the lifetime t.l'the intestate child verse. The morning stars sung together
may bo punished as a public ollence. leaving ,
anti all the
I sons of God shouted aloud furjoytle
ns being in the state 111''Ufllney.! A youth A wiltt is held to he subject to the rea-i1(or childien, eucli ..;iand
of twenty jeurs, and u child of twenty smmUe will of !her husband. The right ot ;ipUce us IWI"I.Jch their parl'lIt'milld !H j father: of mercies looked down

months in Into infants. TliM first class, fiom his throne in the heavens-with complacency : -
are deciding! where, and how he will live is''have' held: if living. II
lie beheld his world restored 1
nrr. also known in the law, as manors, which I veiled in him, and the members of his A female woo owns real or |'ersona! estate -
word is denvtd! from rile Latinonl saw that his Well; "-as good. Thru did
family: must conform. 11'a hu. hand docs or burn, aid who IS aOutllJ: he inairied -

and M a comparative,; expulsion in numbering hot provide 'for hjs wife rp.3.i'J/.IUIJ, amid may secuiu .o huisclj a part or all of' the desert rejoice; the face III'lIaturc gladdened .
before 'him when the/ ltle t.ilie
and hsstkan that i is !-sinks! :
: signifies 1 ; a to his hem and ll with the
according ability, she may pro.vIMC; : ,piopeii) put consent!
( eternal) descended the dew of htavui
m( nor f i is ;i person'of*, an age less than twcnf for herself, and may cause him to bw made ut'ut.r' mU-nued husband, beyond his control as
fur the refrcshment of the nations.
J' '
$ nc. I.; debtor therefor. Uhether the supplier arc and beyond the le, cli of his: editors,

The second) class includes aJll persons!': such as will bind the husband, is a mutter and nold 1101 all purposes of security andjusvashei .

over who ate called' adults, Tni LLOQt"E\cl:.-The following is a speech
t twerjly-tifif vvbicli the creditor must logic to. ; own. ? is done by a wiitlenciinipic'
which leiui, 'is derived from a Latin word 1 of a lawyer somewhere in the West :
Husbanda and wives have no remedy for'III + i in which the woman is one party,

which means'giuvv: up, and has the meaning 'treatment (between; tlieinstlves} : untilcou-j;'her intended hiisbnnd another, and one urI "Gentlemen of the Jury-while Jjoni:

of Adults male or female I Ir parte are a marching his army to El ha: to
grown t'p duct becomes citii.inal. Whey must bear I IIII.ICllIsh cs i' e thud. The! right ofpio'pLuy -
Paris and from Paris E'ba:
singlf i or K..i'nied. their the of the'' ii vested the third to inundating
wrongs as they can, J policy I in arty but foi
the/ whole) in blood I staml lirn-.
Infants the country
under' natural) ,
uie guardian
I..w leaving them to thcnisclves: until one the J purpuheof. paving' u\el'lu the/ wife all,

bhi|' (.f parents, or under appointed yuardians the other abler ,or of the the humble advocate of this notorious hog
or is so aggrieved as to be some &iiicotiie, mteiest and profits.

and then! they tHe ,'alll.durcls; o to make oath, befoie a magistrate of fear I IIf When the money curies lo htr hand, she thief. The goats may soar to the summits

under no gl1nrli+hip They have the of those mountains, and the sheep ma)
( |personal violence l m wTnch case hoods mav UO with it as flic please.: .
t f cd on the hills below and the call Ic ini;
rlg'lit tochooseth'-irguaidians'ifUT: the >
age.ot'fourteen. may be required to keep peace j!! The contract, wiich is tailed a marriag-
A minor cannot make a contract I crop the grass off the JI1cl11owsIJllt my
be the settlement
They may separated: on complaint\ nay contain any provisions

ixcept to become apprentice, or for r of either, by decree of 4our1, for exiieu.e( wined the luirtiesTs_e fii, tq establish; and client are no more guilty of stealing the

food, and for inalruc hog, than a toad am a tail !r'
or UQt
I neceswiry clothing; :: oiheis the
though such that
cruelly, they continue, case among wile may make will

tion, Had, necessary medicine; or fir some to bo husband and \ Ife. to the tonne ctlec'l as thuugh sIlo were an is

thin;;' which the, law considers necessary: The"lnarnu"c may be dissolved by a dot u n ma i rut! won.an.A As the sun, in all i splendor, was: peeping

t and\ tier his benefit the > i is 0the eastern hills, a iiewly mairifiman (
creeof Supreme Judicial! Court, on the widow entitled tho administratrix
F% :.Minors who contract debts will be hold I I exclaimed, The glory of the worldis
complaint of either'for' causes enumerated: of a ueccast d IJlI-baud', amid take upon herself -

to pity them, it they promise to do so, file r in the law, the fcctlicmtni of his! estate; and she rising His wife, who happened to begetting .

th*y hrcuineof ago. Minors may be wit It i is found in most of the melancholy/ niaj t leappotiutd guardian ot her children, up at the moment, taking the compliment

nfwes at tie ago of ten <>? twelve years,t cases which are heard in Court, thai the IIot.c l jiifiitc.-+ ; I.ulil is not usual to appoint to herself, simpered outWhat

30(1. evcu younger, if they show on examination original cause of the misery disclosed/ : waslntelnperance a vvidi-vv lo bo.a thfM >iiices.It : would you say, my dear, if I had! my new

kit they are sensible of tho ubligfitaa silk gown on !" _
| \ -/ is one of the nn>&: ; sinking defects in An Irish few
ot'8llllalh.. gentleman, in comparn a
A female, while single and of full age, system of educaiinn, that lemalcs" arc tit, since ""
nights that the ) wic
blc I for
Phy tire answer crimes, and may: be tho inheritance seeing lights
owner by orbits
may geneiaily uiiinsirucied!
be -udicted and tried Instances have ,dim as only to render the darkness usible,
ocr -
and by her own act,ut any property, real orpersonal. turns of tl1I1l':: Much timeis ,
Curt.-d of trial, and punishments by death,1 She hastlio fu.l power as a manof devoted in early life tu VICt was called out lustily, "Here, waiter, let me

a' in 'In : some accom have a couple (>f dacent candles. just thatI
t-arly a i" llujjlaiid a
:! boy waiXenett s: full, has to make contract con
age any plishntentsw'hich aie forgotten timnlsi I the 'I''
: i in fur sec how these others burn !
1740 I a heinous minder at may
ceruing property. She may buy,'sell. make cares ot common life. It would be far I
tIlt' age' ut' tea, on the opinion of twelveJldgea -<: ..caCufi' -
a'will, or give away, as she pleases. She more useful to devote that tune to makewomen o'col. '
At the o} sixteen a malt you sec clem two ladies
age has no civil rights but those of protection, intelligent: in those affairs which
crn is nnvuiored taxable for his I cros! de street date I
per poll
:;t nor any duties but those of obedience. concern them
: dec-plyas mothers
duff liable to 'IMenrolled : Yes I set' de dear Pompey.
in the militia attht angels,
tiler properly, but not 'her poll, or faculty and guardians! I\ndln the character of
'uf ex- Well like onf
eight- look
\go cu.Mmon l dcy ruazingly
'. ma of acquinng,.are ubject, to taxation. j jt ecutrix and administratrix, and frequently :anoder?
reaor personal estate, If a woman under ago marries, she is in other employments; which
b' Hiheritanct c I' gift Their belong t require a faimliaiily Dat true, Pompey, I gib you credit for
earnings -still{ a mi nor,and cau do no act which n rnir'utx -: with the t forms of business. In'
; he ia liable ftt your pcndumt ; Joy
cannot do; but her 'husband acquires i Europe it is not uncommon for females

their RoJppOrf| ; but nut to their mother, for' hue| Bbsoluie ownership of her personal es-:'have I the chief management'of: important to i ble one anoder,pecialy de one Jta side.

f'tw '." not s It tale, whether she was over or under business establishments
I tweutytl'one
but of They are soinei A certain gentlemanwto i is not member -
estate a
a will ut rval may personaseat !I ,
the tune of and the; ;
at marriage; right'I. t times members of mercantile houses
Massachusetts mile iid'auto | of the being 1 lately -
(', In n !I. Temperance Society,
.tu use, (.nauagc', and dispose of her real es- is not to bo desired that
fulrtt''n may ifisjrose of personal estate bjwil1. late in either case. !1 nature should t'lCclJmruon employment ofthiJ ,| asked by a dealer to purchase some tine

'' be'the law .\ among the Amer-j,old Jamaica "to tell you
Such answered
appears to in Eng dryly ,
al is
J e married, and owner of real I ican lades--they: call be much better
hud ; a.ul that a female there n.iy makisurh \ estate,her husband it But cm- the truth Mr. I cannot say, I'm very fond

will at twelve. It does' not DFpea'tht1 ',fur a time Inngerthan cannot the married convey life away or,, sudden ployed. changes considering in the frequent and 'of rum; if I take over six tumblers it'd 3Ft

: the simc rule, as to females, has beeiliaiitcJ : if have children h' ; our country, it may per- to give me the headache!"
they .
for The be
+ :i own life. i hap permuted to that to know
say, well ..
f nereor that the question hasarisA husband and wife may
by joining in the the nature of
contract! and the forms in once"
"Don't strike! do be clever man
\"r.. same.deed, convey away absolutely her real I1 which they should a
i appear audio be able Whe
said little urchin
.IT. lwr whose time is given to him bji y, estate, and the money obtained for it bo to keep accounts: : ragged dirty looking
accurately be
;.:;, 1iacr! may contiact for ins own beneSta4a |''comes his money. She may bar herself of useful as to be able to speak, may Italian as orl;' was detected by farmer II. stealing apples,
though he way: sue for earnings& m t iej 1 her fight of dower, by joining in a deed :,,1 French; to paint flowers and landscapes;'' "Do never be a was clever!I" man once, for you


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