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: July 2, 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: UF00049046:00078

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.. forthwith before any justice of the peace: Wards, &c. arc held by the Judges in the t dcs executed' atth. wall the ROBT.uiniusi E.ruguiiiitir HUDSON. '['

KeyV cst inquire upon affidavit of any pilot, that bespoke several counties semiannually.APPELLATE N. B.- publishers of Newt t ',

WEEKLV ATFIVE said vessel or boarded her outside of the 1 papers, PricesCurrentPeriodieali&e.&orsthroughout .
DOLLARS PER ANNUM. prescribed limits, and that the captain of COURT.The the Union, are particularly re :

Subscribers at a distance must pay In said vessel refuses to pay pilotage or half Court of Appeals consisting of the I qunstcd to forward by mail,in &secure cn, ;.j

advance( ,or have an agent in this city pilotage,in or out as the case may be. Judge of the several Superior Courts is ohe copy of their publication,(with, I fi.,)

ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate cOne -'.' held annually at Tallahassee on the first .a. duplicate by o succeeding mail) that we

Dollar and Fifty Cents )per square, (of, FLORIDA DIRECTORY. ;Monday in January. :may as early as possible complete our catalogue '
insertion and for the European offices' <
fifteen lines,) for the first I '
Sevenlv-Five Cents for each subsequent I Compiled for the Key West Inquirer. I OF THE CUSTOMS. Editors throughout the country wouloj
continuance. All Advertisements will be Any error will be corrected, and addition I confer a favor by noticing the above. (4lIudsoo'
continued until otherwise ordered. NOD made on the Editor's being.notified. of. such! District of St. Augustine.-Collector,John ., Merchants1 New Room New :
will be considered less than a square. error.omission.! -> Rodman.< Yorll,Feb. 13, 18364 "
will be discontinue .'..-.*' I -
No subscription HALSBYDRATCH
unless 0 at the option of the Editor,) until all] .,' ,VEXECUTIVE.. I District of Pensacola-Collector, Robert \ '
( Governor, RICHARD K. CALL. Secre. I Mitchell. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell. Sur. AND TAILOR, TALLAnASBEC,.ITLOn. ,.,1
arrears All letters are to the Editor on business, tary, GEORGE K. WALKER.LEGISLATURE. veyor, Wm. M. Loftin. WOULD respectfully inform' his custom-' : ;

must be Post Pail era and the public generally, that he still ,1
= District of St. Johns-Collector, James continues the TAILORING BUSINESS tin

,-For the information of-transient vessels The Legislative Council in composed oC Dell. Inspector, Horatio J. Dexter. all its branches,at his old and well known, 1
the following stand on Jefferson Street,opposite the trtor* ,;
Key West wo give members divided nineteen '
passing twenty-six among .
District of St. Marks-Collector, Jesse II. of Mr. J. R. Dover, where he has on hsnd
RATES OF PILOTAGE Counties, as follows. Leon, Four i "
W Iml. Burr ,H. Duval. Inspector of almost '
Inspector a splendid assortment of goods .:
Court. Escambia, Two; Gadsden, Two; Jackson
established by the County Steele Bay.
as Tampa
Two; Jefferson Tub; St. Johns, Two; Augustus every description ,;
ordered the County Court,that all SUPERFINE'CLOTIIS ',
Be it by ;
Walton Washington, Franklin Madison, .
Vessels shall be subject to the following] Hamilton, Columbia, Alachua, Duyal, Nas- District of Apalachicola-Collector, G. J. Such as. blue, black, russet, and .London, :r:

rates'of Pilotage.vessels of War ) sau, Mosquito, Hillsborougb, and Monroe, Floyd. Inspector, W. D. Price. brown', mertle, olive, drakeneck, invisible, i \
I. All
Sec. pin FOOT One each. < and Polish green, adlaidc, dahlia, snperla "
drawings and not more f 00 District of Key West-Collector, WilliamA. tivo and steel mixed with drab and a variety '

than 14 feet, $ Delegate to Congress JOSEPH M. WHITE Whitehead. Inspector and Deputj of other cloths. '
and not
14 more
Drawin :
Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector, Stephen CASSIMERES. 1
2 25
than 18 feet
ELECTIONS. R. Temp. Weigher and :
Mallory. .i
and not blackdralilaveti ,'imperial plaid! '
Drawing 18 over Blue ,
William II. Wall. ,
21 feet 2 50 The elections for members of'Legislative Gauge, Appraisers, and buckskin of variety
London plain, railway ; ,
E. Weaver ;
Charles M.Wells George
the ,
Council- on I
Over 21 feet, 3 00 place annually of colors and quality. i '
Charles Howe Indian Key
Sec. 2. All Merchant Vcs- Monday October; and Delegate to Congress Inspectors, SPLENDID VES TINGS. ..1
sets drawing 5 and not ,'? .,. Biennially on the first Monday 10 John Dubose .Cape Florida.. ".
over twelve feet, shall Spay FOOT May. Charlotte Harbor-Inspector, Alexander SJch ILl rich, figured and plain velvet,

$1 50 Patterson. white buff and figured Valencia, Marseille* I ,

All above 12 and not over JUDICIARY. and lashmaret, white figured and plain,sat ;
16 feet. 2 00 Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju BANKS. .ins florentine,etc. etc. '"
above rUdiction. I Bank of West Florida, Apalachicola, chartered :
AU over 16 and not
18 feet, 2 25 EASTERN DISTRICT-comprising the 1829 -v,apital, $500,000. FANCY ARTICLES. .jj 1 ;.:j i

All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Counties of Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, Columbia President, Cashier. Splendid fancy and plain stocks pf-variety I

Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or departing thro' Alachua, Hillsborougb and part of I of style, linen,bosoms and collars black J f
the North West Passage, and drawing four Mosquito.Judge Bank of Pensacola,Chartered 1831.-Cap.ital horseskin, black and white silk nctt gloves, I

feet or upwards, except such as. are hereinafter ROBERT RAYMOND REID. Attorney, $2,600,000. cotton, larnV wool,'and mixed random I
mentioned, shall pay $2 09 THOMAS DOUGLASS. Marshal. SAMUEL President, Walter Gregory. Cashier, hose,gum elastic and nett suspenders, I
All Vessels bound through the NorthWest BLAIR. James CaUin. silk and fancy pongee handkerchiefs, half't't't'I

Pass, and touching at Key West for .l_Uo and plain fmatmlomn.trf f..tO.
the of landing letters, The regular terms are held as follows:- Bank of St. Augustine Chartered- 1831"capital ;' Abn......n.ral.uurt..t at' 1 j
purpose For St. Johns and Mosquito Oountie., at $3 uOOO.
or obtaining supplies of provisions subject, wood orwatershalldepartwithoutbeing to St. Augustine on the second Mondays in I: (Not yet in operation.) READY MADE CLOTHING, VIZ: ,ft

March and October. For Nassau County,' Drab steel mixed and' brown \ Ii;\ !I
ordinances unless the master of cloths Pe
the above ;
the second Mondays in April and No. Merchants and Planters Bank of Florida
on ,, "
tersham lion
the said vesclsball request a pilot to take. skin and flushing overcoats: III
For Alachua Columbia andhills-
vcmbcr. Tallahassee Chattered 1C32.
and take her out frock and dress coats
charge of such vessel over the hunting'coal*, fine .
the Bar; for which services he shall receivethe borough Counties, atNewnansville, on Capital $800,000. goats bair'camblet, and cloth cloaks, pan t I

usual rates of pilotage.. All pilots detained Wednesdays and November.after the And third for Duval Mondays County in. j President, -- Cashier, -. taboos, and vests of almost every descrlp t ':

on board ot any vessel, by the re- April lion of goods, manufactured by the subsoil al A
at Jacksonville,on the first Mondays ir Central Bank of Florida Tallahassee
quest of her commander, shall receive for ber in the'roost approved style and in the ,;
each and every day's service three dollar May and December. Chancery terms are Chartered 1832 Capital Cashier, best durable manner. Also fine Iamb1 '
held at St. Augustine on the second Mon President, Ben Chalres. Leslie ''
per day, over and above his pilotage. Fishing and wool, nett Welsh and Canton flannel shirts, '
days July September A.
Smacks and Wrecking Vessels shall not Thompson. etc. etc. s s

be subject to this ordinance.Sec. tie
Be it I'urtherordained, That MIDDLE DISTRIcT-Comprising the Counties Commercial Bank of Florida,Apalachicola,
4. any
of Leon Gadsdeu Hamilton Jefferson JAS. O SON smut:
vasselhaving passed the buoy on the Bar or Chartered 1832-Capital $500,000. ,
the North West Passage, before and Madison. President,J. C. Maclay; CuhierM Clark. DRAPER AND TILOR, TALLAHASSEE .

been boarded by a pilot, shall not be oblige Judge, THOMAS RANDALL. Attorney, "
to take the same ; but in case a pilot goes JAMES WESTCOTT.. Marshal, THOMAIRANDOLPH. Union Bank of Flor Tallahassee. Char FLORIDA. ..-

ota board by the request of her captainthen ESTI1'f' tered 1833-Capital $3,000,006.President ([Next door north of Frederick Towle Eq.s
be shall receive the usual pilotage.Sec. ,John G. Gamble Cashier John
5. Be it further ordained, That all The regular terms are held as follows- Parkhill. Jeweller, in Monroe Street.) '*' L

vessels hound into the Port of Key West, For Hamilton County, at on the tint Carries on the above business in all ita .
and! spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing Mondays in June and December. For Farmers Bank of Florida, Mariana, Chartered tranches. ". (

North, or North Westerly,shall pay full Madison County, at Sao Pedro, on tin 1834-Capital $76,000. > _. : A- t f
( pilotage at the same rates as though she had Thursdays after the first Mondays in June (Not in operation.) .' r
been brought In over the main ship channel. and December. And for the remainder of JABESB. BUIL ,

All vessel arriving and not having been the District, at Tallahassee on the first Bank of Jacksonville Chartered 1R35. DRAPER AND TAILOR .
spoken by a pilot before passing the above Mondays in April and October. Capital $75,000. -

named limit, and being three miles from the (Not yet in operation.) FLORIDA. : '

light house on I01.West,shall only be sub WESTERN D.5TRrcT-Compriainl the .

ject to pay half pilotage; but if not spoken Counties Escambia,Walton, Washington HUDSON'S 1:. BAIUTARD JK. & CO.
until after passing the aforesaid limits, io Franklin and Jackson.

that case she shall be exempted from paying Judge, JOHN A. CAMEnoN. Attorney, Foreign Newspaper and Periodical Agency DRUGGISTS, TALLAHASSEE,

6. Be it further ordained, That all FLORIDA.
the West Pass and Corner of Wall and Water Streets, N. T
vessels arriving through ,
The regulat terms are held as follows- (Successors E. B. Perkins.
the East end of the Dry Rocks, to the For Eacambia County,at Pcnaacolaon the General European AgentrDR. R. SIIEL )

Westward of Sand Key, bearing Southwest,, first Mondays May and November. For TON McKENZIE, of'Lire i pool. .
shall,pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until Walton County on the first Monday ic The subscribe having returned from Europe iN personsbaviog any claims '
passing the aforesaid limits, and being March and third Monday in November. ,is gratified in being able to announce against the estate of H, ,B,, Crews de ,
three miles from Key West light, only ball For Washington County on the second to the merchants, editors of newspapers, ceased,, will present themtb the undersigned tt
pilotage shall be recovered but if spoken Monday in March and fourth Monday in and the public generally, that, hit arrangements before the 4 tb July rand all thole indebt- '
after passing the aforesaid limits, shall be November. For Jackson County,at Mariana for the above are now' complete, and ed will call and settle their accounts.: .

exempted from paying pilotage. oo the third Monday in March and the- that he is now ready to receive orders to P. J.TONTANE' -r" A dm'r.

Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That all first Monday in December. And for Franklin any extent for all foreign Newspaper and June 8,1836. [t4-td,

pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port,, County on the first Monday in April and Periodicals whatever, which can be delivered '
shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the Thursday after the tbird Monday in Decem.. io this city, or forwarded to any part OTICE..ALDZN A.+M.JAcalsoM EI'q.
commander can show good and sufficiei.l ber. of the country by mail,at the regular prices. is rny'agent and attorney in act dur
cause to the contrary. Any vessel arriving An arrangement has also been effected with (ngmy absence. JAMES WEB D.

at this port without a pilot, shall have liberty SOUTHERN the Trade in Europe,so that all miscellaneous March 7, 1836. lt-tf] .
DISTRICTComprising the I
todepart without a pilot, unless the captain of Monroe and ; works can be procured at the usual dis ,
>> of Mosquito.
shall wish one. part count. A catalogue of upwards of eleven JOB PRlNTINtf'BUCH AS
Sec. 8. If any pilot shall speak a vessel Judge, JAMES WEBB. Attorney, WILLIAMMARVIN. hundred British publications has been received .
bound to this port, outside the limits, and Marshal, THOMAS EASTIN.' and may be seen at the office. $ILL Or SALK: I SILLS OK! tAOIKQIVSTICC'S

the captain of said vessel shall refute to, The regular terms are Leld at Key Wes t: Dr. R. Shelton McKenzie, of Liverpool, BLAMES I| BLANK BONDSSUBreENAS ,,
take a pilot he shall be liable to pay full the first has been appointed General Agent for Europe HAKDBttLSAnd
pilotage, and the pilot so speaking him shall on Mondays in May and November p ) the brinSiphl office being Jo Liver'pool. In short-.

be entitled to carry said vessel out, unless with branches in ParU,liar
the captain refines to take a pilot out, in COUNTY COURTSThe re, Hamburg and all the principal ciUe.All ..- Every kind of Job Work,executed bits

W.hlCh case the pilot shall be entitled to ball County Courts, having limited civil ., necessary information will be given' on ,espatch, at the office, of,the Kcr.WtsfHQtriaxK
pilotage application to the office ( letter,
out. jurisdiction aDdorici'naJ or by post '
jurisdiction smatters u I paid, addressed to Hudson' Foreign Agen.cy 4 : il9-
Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable .
reUUs; to Estate, G.ardiu't, New York,) where all order wijj be Key West,July tf ;";G.. t

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= .. =- I I tree which nine meo, aided by the crew and passen- cause,a proper and just salvage be decreedfor
e Cabin. length came to a sycamore ,
the Legends of ;Lpg was hollowed out by root. Here I determined jersof-the said brig, (whom this Libellant the services herein rendered.
I THE HUNTER'S PERIL.On to make my resting place. In the upper hired, making in all twenty one men,) continued And whereas, the Honorable the Judgeof
the fourth day,about noon,being then part of this hollow I could probably boating the said cargo until about the said Court for the said District, hath
z about forty miles direct distance from H-, remain concealed, or if discove-ed sell my .five o'clock of the evening of the 21st ordered and directed on Wednesday the 6th
;: we came upon thetrall.of a large body of life dearly. The only opening this tree nst. That in the meantime the swell of day of July, next, for all persons COn.
}: Indians, who had passed there the day was about four feet in the ground, scarce 'the sea was great and the labour was dan cerned to be cited and intimated to ape
'f before, and were going up the river. It large enough to permit a man to crawl in; I gerous from the rolling of the vessels and pear at the Court House at Key West in
was not a party, as the tracks of women once in, the space would easily permit a the pitching of the boats. That the said said District, to shew cause, if any they
and children were mingled with those of dozen men to stand at ease. I crept in II brig had commenced leaking about 5 o'clockof have, why judgment should not pass as
I followed four five 20th instant and increased till about
grown men. We or began to take a survey.of my little fortress. the prayed:
miles, when at a soft piece of ground, I I found there were several small holes the noon of the 21st inst., when the said brig You are therefore hereby authorised,empowered .
c A caught sight of a foot mark I knew very size of a dollar,'and one near twenty feet bilged and healed over on one side. That and.strictly enjoined, peremptorily -
r well. 'Twas the broad flat foot of the from the ground where a limb had broken great exertions had been made to remove to cite and admonish all persons whatsoever
Indian whom we called Broadfoot. I off which was larger than that at which I all boxes and packages supposed to contain having or pretending to haveanyright,
showed it to Johnson who agreed there la J entered. Here I rested for some time, perishable goods to the deck, expecting the title, claim or interest, in or to the cargo
could be no doubt as to whom it belonged. and having plucked some leaves as I went bilging of the vessel. That on the after and materials aforesaid, late belonging to
k Wo traced it along till at the top of a ridge through the woods I now chewed, and applied noon of the 20th, about 5 o'clock, the'the wrecked brig Natchez, by serving on
the party separted'Broadfoot and four others them to my wound, with great relief. wrecking sloops Sarah Isabella and'J'histle, Albert Tyler Esq. late master of aid brig,
taking a course directly out from the river; You may well suppose I kept a good look and the wrecking schr Fair American arri- this monition, and by leaving with! the
and the others, principally old men, women ont all the while, lest the savages should ved; and they seeing no prospect of saving said Tyler a true copy hereof, and by all
and children, still followed up the stream. come upon me unawares. I had watched the said brig, commenced, and continued other lawful ways, means, and methods
f Here Johnson and"I called a halt and con there more than an hour, when I caught;' removing cargo to these vessel That on wherebY' this monition may be made
sulted whether we should follow broadfootand sight of them following my trail. The the night of the 21st, the Brilliant being most public and notorious, to be and appearat
his gang,or the' largest party. Johnson first was a chief large tall powerful:fellow,I loaded, and the passengers being anxiousto the time and place aforesaid, before
was for the latter plan, saying that with a feather in his high tuft of hair, me- leave the brig, the said Libellant receivedthe the Judge aforesaid, and also to attend
there were so many women and children, dals on his breast, and wampum ,beads master and three passengers on board upon every session and sessions to be held
they must of needs move" slowly, and we hanging in strings fron his dress. At his the said wrecking sloop with their baggage, there and from thence until a definite sen
should easily overtake them,and like enough breast hung a fresh scalp, which I knew and sailed for Key West, where the said tence shall be read and promulged in the
s take a flcalp or two. I wanted to track could only be poor Johnson's. He was sloop safely arrived on ,the 23d June inst. 'said business inclusively, if them or any of
Broadfoot still, both because I longed to followed in Indian file by six others. Slowlyand Thus,(as is alledged) with the great exertions them shall think it their duty so to do, io
take the scoundrel's scalp, and becuse I cautionsly they advanced'on the trail,: ot twenty one men, tor twenty five I hear,abide by, and perform, all and singular -
could not but think that we stood the best till they came within fifty feet of the tree. hours in removing the said cargo, and oftenat such judicial acts as are necessary and
chance of finding the boy, by keeping on .-Here they halted, and I could have considerable personal risk" has this Li I by law required to be done and expeditedin
the trail of the enemy of whom we were in 'picked off one very easily, but I thought I bellant been the means of saving considerable the premises; and further to do and receive -
search. Finally) Johnson gave in, and we .would wait and'see what plan they would part of the said cargo in an undamaged what unto law and justice shall appertain
followed,the smaller, or war party. adopt. After some whispering two of state, which but for his,or similar ser- under the pain of the law and con
, r Poor Jim grumbled a good deal at what the Indians were detached, and made a vices, must have perished, and have been tempt thereof the absence or contumacy of
he called my strong headdedness. There circuit round the tree, apparently to dis- totally lost. That even by a few hours delay ,; them and every of them in anywise not- .
were twenty or thirty tracks, he said, they cover whether the trail led beyond it. it must havo been greatly damaged. withstanding. And whatsoever you shall
were going slow, and by night we could When they had completed their round Thus(as is alledged) the services renderedas do in the premises, you shall duly certify
have overtaken them, and taken a scalp and joined their companions, they had aforesaid have been meritorious, the: unto the Judge aforesaid the time and t
or two at least. Even a squaw's scalp another long talk; finally three raised means of saving the property in questionfrom I place, aforesaid,together with these presents.
would have bean some satisfaction; nay a. their rifles and fired at a hole in the tree. destruction, and well deserving of, Witness; the Honorable James Webb,
child would have been better than no Oe of the balls only entered the bole but salvage. Wherefore he prays the aid of, Judge of die said Court, for the said Dis-
trict this 28th of June A. D. 1836
day ,
this Hun. Court in the that
thing. premises, an at-
I took care to be,out of the range, it did no and of the Independence of the United
I "What on earth do you wnnt of squaws harm. Again they held a talk, they seemed tachment be had, and issue against so muchot States the sixtieth year.
t scalps, much' more of a poor papoose's, irresolute what to do,and I began to think. the cargo and materials of the said brig ALDEN A' M. JACKSON, Clerk.
if 1 can get a warriors; but surely half they would leave me, but such was no part I Natchez as were saved by the said Libel- 'Therefore Know Ye, to all whom it may
.\ loaf U better than no bread. Here we have .of theirintention..I "saw them again raising [am and brought to this port in the said concern, that in pursuance of the above monition
j. been on a range four days, and I have not their rifles for a shot; when a plan entered Sloop Brilliant; and that' a monition be issued from under the seal of the District
,'1 had a >eh.t+..t-t.aredp, woman or-oJuJd, raj head by which I hoped to get two 'jives and such other proceedings be had as Court of the"United States of Art erica for
all know that the... usiuit IQ d that Southern District of Florida to ma directed -
though we *-*** it leant;BO when mefI nd. gave a furious we Admiralty-:a on a
It is bad I it is of the said aud and delivered, 1 hereby give public
,, full of them. ton vow a scream, as though wounded, and began to hearing case just proper notice to all
the settlement there has not a salvage be decreed as a .for his persons in any manner interested
disgrace to at first loud and recompense
groan; very finally slowlyand therein, that they be and appear before
been into harbor in services as herein stated.
single scalp brought a softly, as though dead. the Superior Court to be holden in and for
month. John wanton grumbling complaining (Conclusion next week.) And whereas, Latham Brightraan, mas- the said District, at the Court House in
but I did not mind him,but kepta ter of the licensed wrecking sloop Sarah Key West, on Wednesday the 6th day of
sharp eye on the trail. We followed it THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Isabella, (who libels as well for himself as July at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
pretty rapidly until night fall, we then encamped SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DI8TRICT or FLORIDA. fur and in behalf of Joseph B. Marble, that day, then and there to interpose their
\ I and lighted our fire,cooked a bit. .-Ss. master of the licensed wrecking sloop claims for the same,and to make their alle-
I', of bear steak,and went quietly to sleep. To Marshal' of the Superior Cvurtfor the Thistle, and Stephen Coombs, master of gations in support thereof.
Next morning we were*early on the trail, aid Dutrict-QREETIWQ. the licensed wrecking: schooner Fair American THOS. EASTIN, U.S.M:
I "',' and followed it till near noon: then a new WHEREAS, James Packer,, master of ) by his Proctor A. Gordon Esq hath United States Marshal's Office, ,
I foot mark joined it; I gave but one glance: the licensed wrecking Sloop Brilliant, by exhibited his Libel, stating, alleging and Key West, 28th June, 1836.
-'twas 'Ham Cass The sight of the footmark his Proctor, Adam Gordon Esq. hath ex- propounding. That on the 20th June inst..
warmed my heart;I gave a glad shout, hibited his Libel, stating, alledging, and the above named wrecking vessels arrived LAFAYETTE FIRE COMPANY-No. 5.
and followed the track with renewed energy propounding: that on the 20th of June at the Brig Natchez (said brig then ashore The company will parade completely
I did not loose the chance of braggingover instant, while pursuing his business ol. on Carystord reef) about 5 o'clock P. M. equipped on Monday next 4th July, at 4
him. See, Jim, was'nt I right after wrecking along the Florida Reel, lie discov- That said brig was thumping and rolling SOl o'clock P M. Punctual attendance is re
all; I knew the boy was true breed; the ered a brig ashore on the westerly part ol severely on the rocks that there could be quested. By order, J A THOURON,
genuine old hunter blood is in him,and for Carysford Reef, (sometimes denominated: no reasonable hopes of getting her off be Chief Director.
all his book learning. It will show for it Pickle's Reef..) That on boarding her fore bilging. That Capt Packer of the .I.--
self. You see he is on the right scent now, about 12 o'clock M. found her to be the Sloop Brilliant was there and already en- We insert the following correspondencefrom I
and, my word for it, he will tree the game. brig Natchez, Albert Tyler, mister, of and gaged with his crew and others in boating
t Just as Johnson began some light and joking from New York bound to Mobile, with an cargo from said brig to said sloop Brilliant a New Orleans paper. Capt ABM
t reply L heard the sharp crack, crack, assorted cargo. That about '2 o'clock on the morning ol. STRONG was for some time on our coast,
crack-three ;.rifles, Johnson who was in That the said brig was resting on several the 21st inst. the said Libellant with the and after Indian hostilities commenced, he
front of me, gave one bound right up in large rocks on her bow and stern,on which united crew of the above named wrecking !
die air.and feu, dead at my feet. At the there was not more than four and a half, or vessels,amounting to 27 men in all, com- was ordered to Tampa. He volunteeredhis
time I felt numbness in my right leg; I too five feet water at low tide, while the brig menced transhipping cargo with three boats services to go against the enemy, and in
was hit. I looked up the hill side, five drew eight feet nine inches. That she had from said brig to said wrecking vessels, in an engagement received a wound in the \
Indians was bounding down at a great rate. got upon the said rocks at the top of high which labour they continued till the morn neck. He now has an appointment in the
t There was no time to lose. I ran for life. water; and the wind was blowing fresh from ing of the !21st June instant. That after
Luckily the ball had not touched the bone. E::N E and set her broadside upon the reef. the said brig had bilged on the 21st inst. army of Texas,and leaves for that. place.
1 gave one glance over my shoulder to see That after the said master bad made several the wate.r vexed .most of the cargo that few days.
how they were coming; only one was very vain attempts to heave the brig off by that had not been removed, and the men -
near me; and if I could escape him, 1 had means of a hawser and Kedge, at about were obliged to work in the water in the NEW ORLEANS,3d May, 1836.
no fears for the rest;for on level ground,even o'clock P AI, despairing of saving the vessel l brig, and most of her cargo at the bottomwas Capt JAMES M. ARMSTRONG,
with mJ hurt leg,Iconld leave any Indian as she was thumping very heavily and rescued from the water by diving, rendered Commanding U. S. T. Schr Motto.
far behind roe on short raco. In a minute the tide yet falling, he gave her up to the offensive by portions of the cargo, DEAR SIR-With this, will be handed
more I heard another rifle,I glanced beindme. Libellant, that he might save as much ol. aud copper dross ballast. That during tho pou a pair of pistols which it is hoped will
The Indian who was nearest me,and her cargo as possible before the brig shouldbe time of boating the said cargo the swell of' prove acceptable to you,as a small tribute .
! he was fearfully] pear, atooe still, groping bilged. That the water around the brig the sea was great, and two of the boats I' of regard from us, for your kind care and t
in the air with his hands a moment and being too shoal to admit the Sloop Brilliant were upset by the waves. That the said unvarying urbanity towards us during our
thed feU. One of his companions ba'd hit alongside, (there being at the shoalest place. wrecking vessels, : arrived at Key West on' late passage in the Motto, from Tampa Bay
': the wrong mark. The Indians saw their. but three feet water between the vessels,]). the 25th June,inst. bringing tho crew and. to Pensacola, on which occasion you so
fatal error and filled the air with their;yells'.the Libellant commenced; boating the car. eight passengers of the said brig, with their, generously relinqbished the whole of your
. I ran on making for a creek we had passn<3 I IIGo on board of his said Sloop. That as o baggage. cabin and ward rooms fur the use of the
, in the early part:of the day. I soon founc: quantity of Hay in =bundles had been stowed Thus (as is alleged) bas tho said Libel I wounded and sick from the seat of the Indian
I that no one after roebut there was Ittth under the hatches, ,it became necessary. l lant, with those associated with him with 1Var.That .
safety in that as the ,savages could no t to remove it,so as to get at the more valua-. eighty hours labour, saved a your future days,whether they be on
look at my trail without finding I waswoun'. We parts of the cargo that was then deem. of tbo cargo and materials of great the said portion brig -'The glad waters of the deep blue sea.*
dod and this would encourage them tc ed in imminent peal and about be
to Natchez, and that but for said
hunt me down. My wound too began t o l I by the vesaens bilging. That In order Jo, similar the or (On which element you arc evidently quiteat
ones in
' be very pdnful,and I felt it would be'impossible make room to work to advantage about have been totally, property lost. Wherefore question must home) or on the "peopled earth1 may be
for to reach the prays bright and is the wish of
me creek without t t thirty; bundles of said lay was thrown overboard. tie usual of .' prosperous
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W;& II B Cornell, Gen J S Shelton son read the Declaration of Independence, 'I Government, a much larger number! will tl o Col READ' ,who illS always been notori- \ t toils

Dr J P Watts, Col P M Butler'I' 'and some one to deliver an oration. This :Boor follow As Gen Scott did not succeed > for his total diVegard of his own him per-to ,
The assigned
Maj J G Mickle! Capt Jno'Chesnut: would seem' PATRIOTIC with fire thousand area in destroying Jive s sxploro onal 1 safety.\VithlacoocOOo"was duty discharged

Liet B Boykin, of, Macon Maj S Gibson., Indians, he might have spared the inhabitants -. tot the full extent of his instruction He,
Robinson Ga.
Col Capt D Dent, ,of Alabama., THE CREEKS. he 'has left. defcacelesysuchdegrading 1 perhaps, went further than his orders would

Licut A B Bromly, of Virginia. Our exchange papers brings no intelligence denunciations. As that however is an affair i)justify. Ho ascended the river until the
tires and other of Indians ,dis-, ''t
of interest from the Crack Nation. between him and the Governor, as to the traces were ;
On board U. S. T. Schr Motto, A report has reached town,however, which number of the enemy and the defence ofj c covered lie had gained all the intelligence '
which could possibly be useful t in a .
New Orleans, 3d May, 1836. seems entitled to some credit, that a blooy is ,
Middle Florida I shall proceed future
Gentlemen-I had the pleasure this campaign, and wo again positivelyassert
morning, to receive polite note, battle has been fought below Columbus, the object of this communication. I that he knew not of the existence of .
your very in which hundred Indians and the the \V .
two forty j post on thlacoochee. '
accompanied by a beautiful pair of pistols, My purpose is most respectfully request
,whites were killed.-[Floridian. There is a veil of mystery hanging ovef
through our mutual friend Wm H B Cornell!I an inquiry into the manner of con

Esq.,which,you are pleased to say is a"tra, i Captain Fisher of the Leon mounted ducting the late campaign in Florida,' and I the which abandonment we should like of to those see removed.gallant men On, "
of for the kind and
regard care, unvarying
which you received onboard i volunteers, has returned to town from the into the conduct of the Maj. Gen commanding j the first announcement of their situation,

the U S T Schooner Motto, under my ,Suwannee. The whole country in that for having gone !into summer quarters 1 it was boldly asserted by those supposed to '
command, on her late passage from Tam- !direction i has been thoroughly scouredthe tile l last of April, leaving the country without I be in the confidence of Gen Scott, that the

pa Bay, to Pensacola.It : Indians have all been driven beyond the defence: and the inhabitants at the 1 post on the Withlacoochee had been held ,
j will always afford me pleasure, to render contrary to his express order and of course,
Suwannee. He will immediately return to of,the Indiana :
mercy farr ,
aid in to gentlemenwho I that he,was not responsible consequen-
every my power i
his post.-[Ib. Maj Gen Scott had power'to call upon however it
like you had left the comforts of hometo I ccs. As soon, as
meet a savage foe, in the wilderness; i Excepting the writer of the letter rub'lished the Governors of South Carolina, Georgia that the order was among !\

and in bidding you adieu, Gentlemen, in the Globe of May 2Cth, and few and Alabama, for any number of men that .papers, and it was
permit me to add, that whether I am on the he consider end been promptly.executed, the
to *n
individuals who had no interest in the county might necessary put
blue sea," or the "peopled earth,"1 shall fence was changed. It is
ever remember with the liveliest feelings of not a man has left his post in Middle to the war. Congress by law had provided it was the duty of Col.!

regard the Gentlemen passengers on board I Florida. Not a plantation on the extreme ample means; and whilst ho was in com ,garrison. That he was

the Motto on her trip from Tampa Bayto frontier has been abandoned. It is a fact mand, the Governor of Florida had no tend in open boats, into

Pensacola. that instead of flying,as represented by this power to call for troops. Gen Scott after enemy's country, with less
I have the honor to be, dred men,a river not
truthless writer, a in Jefferson were an unsuccessful campaign disbanded the
Gentlemen, with respect, I in width, occupied on both
Your obedient servant, ,mustered at midnight under Lieut Golds- whole militia force, but tho term of serviceof overwhelming numberethou

JAMES M. ARMSTRONG, borough, who went in pursuit immediately, a portion of it only had expired, and DEN by mistake omitted '
Capt U S T Schooner Motto and within twenty hours' company of has neither called, by draft or for Volutr instructions. Can it be

ToW mounted men from this city were at the leers, or for any other further militia force cntcrprize so bazzardous
H B Cornell, Esq:! Gen J S Shelton, could have been thought of
scene of outrage, though distant nearly Ito has on the contrary, refused tho accep-
Col P M Butler, Col D Dent quence as to be omitted '
Maj J G Mickle, Maj S R Gibson,, thirty miles.-[Ib. nnce of some that was offered, and has that mistake supplied by a
Cant Jno Chesnut, Dr J P Watts, disarmed the militia of East Florida. Creda'jude us Appelle
Lieut Boykin, Maj Lewis, We extract the following from the Talla- When called upon now to furnish adequate -.copy of this order to Col.
\ Capt Robinson, Lieut Brorobly. lassee Floridian, .f June 11th,with white h defence for the protection of that burthen is caution,
T have been politely favored. It will be object of the expedition was
{rontier, he complains his limited means,
KEY WEST rather than offensive
INQUIRER found of interest to Floridians
when it apparent from tho above state was, no doubt, modified by

SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1830. WASHINGTON, May 28, 1836. meat, that his means are only,limited by his .Col READ was disappointed

WRECK[{ SALE. Sir: By orders recently issued from the own discretion, and that he has power at at having been detached

The cargo of Schr Harriet was sold on :War Department, it is directed that should any moment to ,order any number from :some command desperate, and might enterprize.

Thursday last, for the benefit of all concerned .Maj: Gen Scott leave the Head Quartersof Georgia or South' Caroling He admits orally believed here, that J

Amount of sale not known.. the army in Floridaand retire from that that 3000 men are necessary;toreujxiue' tgQtirra! in det8tltl ...he.
A portion of the cargo, of brig Natchez command, it-will devoir on Brig.lencm i them Inditny'.al ibdi. ... twhl tro'U..t1.-n.: CuNoira

which was damaged, was sold on Clinch. This order leaves to the discretion under his command. Now I,ask why is i it weaken Iho Indians him that lie would

Thursday fast, 30th ult. 'of General Scott the period of his depar- that he has not these 3000 men in the field I Withlacoochee.in on tlJeirlstrong his ,

FROM-TAMPA. ture. It is with the greatest pain that ( feel 1 that lie deems necessary? lie, and he lone|in BO doing eclipse his own

constrained is responsible all l the, lives and Wo have yet seen,
The U S myself by a sense of duty to property no
Transport Schooner Motto
my constituents, respectfully to ask that i' f the ,inhabitants, that may be destroyedfor why Gen CLINCH was not t
arrived from '
Capt Armstrong
Tampa Bay explore the Withlacoochee
Gen Scott be relieved from that command. the want of that protection and security ,
on Tuesday 28th June. She brings noL u boyhood of the rapids,if he
No has admiration for ty, which every citizen has t i I
news of importance from that place. man more tho gallantry a right the lives of forty'men worth
We received a l letter from our correspondent or respect for the former military look for from his government. Added tthis o it not more reasonable that
at achievements of Gen Scott than I have the feelings of tho people arc outraged, thousand men should
Tampa that there
news to communicate. About 300 troopsare no From tho present attitude of affairs, nnd by representations calculated to degradeand oilier miles from with his lino of-marcb
less than Breaker'I
them to ridicule two
unfortunate and expose
disgraceful throughoutthe
stationed at Tampa during the summer, should penetrate twice that
The Motto brought from Tampa, 150 which hare happened in that quarter, the United States hostile country? But ,we h

stand of arms, with ammunition, &c. for public interest, an well as tho lives, security i These' people, you are aware, are Sparci e- asserting the belief/that '

the use'of this place.FOURTlToF. and property of tho inhabitants, imperiously i ly settled over an extensive Territory, i in did not know of the
require the order I have recommended. detached neighborhoods, without any dense zine of corn and a -
miles of his old battle
JULY. There is n. harmony between him and the population to fall back upon, and without Gen Scott consult and ;
On Monday next comes round that ever public authorities' of the Territory-and it any fortified places in which to place their rigs/ in command.

to-be-remembered day, the Fourth of July, is evident that he is in the highest state of wives and children for safety. If upon the We have enquired of '

-the day that millions of men celebrateas exasperated feeling,on account of an atrocious first sound of alarm, some small neighborhood man in Col READ'S

one of more lively interest to the inhabitants outrage on all decency and propriety, should go in pursuit of even Jive In of them ever,beard of the

of the new world,than any on record. in burning him in effigy at Tallahassee deans, they might as they did with General l val post at on St the Marks Withlacoochee,
Sixty years have elapsed since the Independence This infamous proceeding which Scows grand have
ought to army, dodge out of the way, of a gentleman who
of the United States was declared have been arrested and and fall back
punished by the authorities upon the women and children house with Gen SCOTT at
-that declaration, in support of which of the Seat of Government, does in the rear. It is unnecessary however, to serts the same. An officer ,

our fathers "pledged their lives, their fortunes not justify Gen Scott for the degrading epithets i- detain you with these details; the complaint Stales army who had every;

and their sacred: honor. We say. a and insults he !has offered to a whole I make is, that Maj General Scott has 1 left know the ware i if it had In short been public l
more important event is not recorded, thanthat population. lo lot that we
published order, be country: without adequate protection, in the army, except Col GAD
which declares us "a free and independent represents the conduct of the people of] and has not a sufficient force for either of pears to,,have been his ,,

people This day is celebrated by Middle Florida as" infinitely 'humiliating fensivo or defensive operations. He has his repository of secrets, and

millions of intelligent people, spread over -and the people "wild with fear," possessed produced a state of feeling that, forbids alii to be as oblivious as his ?

the whole continent of the U. S. The firing of" iscase so general and to degrading harmony, or concert with the local authorities I.j I. 'of veracity the fact.between There Gen is indeed ;
of guns, the merry peals of music is This is not the .1'l Scor
language of a Maj. or people of the READ "
to be heard from north j country,and the pub ; but the public wtlf[ : I
to south from General
east commanding on oar frontiers; and lie interest imperatively requires his immetlillto I decide when the open and '
to west, over the whole surface our happy should no:, under any circumstance be re. withdrawal. I of the one is brought,in

Republic. sorted to, whatever may have been the disappointments I have the honor to be, I the shuffling and evaaiona. ,
With high Mark the abject" apology of
]Mr. ,and wounded sensibilities consideration.of
Editor-In almost of respect, his
every city, town Sir,your most ob't setVi aspersions in order No
and village, throughout the United States, a commanding general I ask upon what JOS. M. WHITE. unteers, when lo! No 40 ap
wherever I have been, there is some way of authority be says just "fire Indians," who To ANDREW- JACKSON, Alabama volunteers. }

celebrating the day that gave birth to the have produced that consternation panic, President United States tin high'ground-his late t
liberty of and Bight, of which he has drawn I menu in relieving the *
I our country. I propose that we, a picture We publish from the Floridian )lacoochce! is a sufficient;
so derogatory the of
, of whole 1 lib
Key West show population? It
some signs of distinguishing ,June, the putations[ which disappointed
is following,
well t
known that the vindicating: the
the fourth Indians con
of July from other days.Let their whole force never show duet of Co!. REID, from the vanity. have thrown on hit, ,
and if fire had accusations
us assemble genet ,
at the Court House on of Gen Scott. The #
I ted into the Floridian
country, from the Indian boo says:- Per Schr
Monday next, and have suitable Ft.per "The charge of Magellan, ;
dust to within a few miles of tJlOioat ofl cowardice sounds harsh j:rom 8t If JosCol: K ',
ly to the
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I -:- T' l\ iblyM4g. '.forMay.AN "Cariee: --maun-ned or "Ine\ turtle that borne from my wigwam to view the dance A WISH. .

I From the American SCENE. walks," started to his feet}find his eagle around the scalps of our enemies,the Great When I sink to sleep the sleep I

.../ INIIiANTRCATY: eye glanced with a lightning"glaro.'infothe Spirit gave me strength, and I, who a mo- Once to come on every eye,
FROM THB JOURNAL OF AN OFFICER. eyes of each of that vast assemblage; and ment before could not stir a limb, leaped Set no stubborn stone to keep

GREAT numbers of Indians from every then, as if it had learned in that transient from the ground, and, whilst my wounds Silent watch where I may lie.

section of the northwestern country were look the minds of all, it rested with a start- shed tears of blood, 1 danced and spit upon Marble were too hard and cold,

assembled'to hold a treaty with the United ling fierceness on the former speaker. His the trophies from our foes. Yield that land, Thus to tower above my heart;

States. wild,jet, entangled hair streamed down his the thoughts of which made my very woundsa Never may my name be told

:\ On a large open space,just north of the back, which was only partly covered by the pleasure! You would not ask me, if you By a lifeless form of art.

Fort, was constructed a long and wide temporary blanket that hung with a Roman grace knew how often in very delight I have thrust Nature,that loved so well,

I. shelter,covered with boughs of trees, 'over his left shoulder, and which, being my fingers into these sores, and, tearing Till the power to love was o'er-

under which the savages were to assemble ,gathered round his loins, was held"by his them open, exulted, thinking my bodily Let her sweetly show and tell '

to hear, the "talk" of the Comrrissioners 1 1I left hand, which grasped the folds with excited pain, once more facing those who would What I loved when I am no more.
of the United States. A long table was I nervousness. His face was blackenedwith dispossess us of our fathers' tombs. Sayno

placed across the upper end of the bower, charcoal, for he was in mourninghis ,- more-you have enough; we beg a little Lay me where the shadowy pine,

at which sat the three Commissioners, the I breast was striped with white clayonhis now of you. If you were not so much Sighing o'er my dust shall wave, 1

secretary, and several agents and interpreters. I blanket were the vermillion prints often stronger than we, we would be willing to Let some humbly creeping vine

Other benches, around the former, I hands, which numbered the scalps he him. meet you to fight for them; but we are Try to clasp me in the grave.
officers of the and weak and would be at leave us By the birds that wildly sing
were occupied by army I himself had taken; his foot seemed to spurn peace; ,
other visitors A silver pipe was now produced I the ground on which ho stood. The expression what we have, and we will forget that all By the verdure of the tree,

i ,holding near half a gill of Kiunic- I of hill countenance was of a mixed was once ours." He seated himself on By the lowest leafy thing

kinnie, with a long stem ornamented with I nature; it was hard to tell which predominated the ground, and drawing his blanket over May my friends remember me!

" blue ribbon, the emblem of peace,fixed intoit I the deep melancholy of a blee- his head, smoked his pipe in silence. [Am. Monthly.] H. F. G.

and"each of the whites took two or three I ding heart or the savage ferocity of an ex (Conclusion next week.) A PRIZE.

whiffs and passed it to the Indians, who all I cited soul. His manner, as he spoke, was and
Yesterday an aged respectable citizenof
did the same. In companies of six or eight .full of energy ; as he 'proceeded, he beat PUBLIC MORALS. Baltimore met with an incident good

the 0-maw-haws, large muscular savages, his hand upon his breast, which swelled and That the increase of some species of luck of a rare and singular nature. Passng -

who inhabit the country on the Missouri, I ebbed like the tumultuous ocean; and, as crime in our country is more rapid than the along Baltimore street at his usual slow

a thousand miles above St. Louis, were ran the words came raging from his mouth with advancement of our population, is very ap pace, his eyes fell on a small package that

" ged along the west of this bower. Next the impetuosity of the resistless surge,even parent to every cne who has given attentionto lay immediately in his path. lie turned it

" tothem sat the stem and repulsive looking those who did not understand the deep the subject. The circumstances atten- over and over with his cane-moved it this

warriors of the Ytnc-tons, who inhabit the guttural of his Winnebago tongue,felt roused ding the melancholy catastrophe in New way and that, and at length, after casting a

,, regions north-weat'of the Falls of St. An by a feeling indescribable in its nature. York, a week or two since, disclosed one look around to see whether observed,

thony. Then came the Chippeways, .who He was the orator of his tribe, and those of the sources, of moral corruption, which him, picked it up,and examined any it. It was*

roam tbrougb00'almost illimitable extent who have listened to him will never. forgethis like the upas, is blasting indiscriminatelyand directed to the Bank of Baltimore, closed
of country lying to the north and east of manner. irreparably all who come within its
with red sealing wax, and stamped with a
: Prairie du Chien, also the Winnebagoes, The Red man," said he, is the friend deadly influence. The house in which the peculiar kind of seal. His heart beat at a

the Sacs, the Foxes, the Potawattamies, of the white man, the red man listens to degraded female was murdered, is not a rapid rate-he had been happy in his pov.

Menomm es,and many others. They were the words of his Great Father. The Great solitary one of that character-hundreds in -but now that wealth was within his ,
dressed in their best; and their fiery eyes Spirit tells the red man that it is right and that city and thousands scattered in the grasp, he felt that his days of joy were com ';

shooting through their fantastically colored when our father sends his long knives larger towns throughout our land, are sup plete, and that he must be miserable. As
lids, gave an appearance to them well calculated amongst us,we treat them well. You have ported by those persons who ought now to ue passed along with his treasure, he began
to startle one so unused to such much land-heap of land-but you want be forming characters worthy the rich inheritance to question himself as to the propriety of

,''I' sights. as Juan. more; I say no. It is a story amongst us. of free institutions bequeathed by] keeping the money-it was directed to the
i\\ One of the Commissioners then rose and t that before our fathers, a long time ago, .our virtuous fathers. Such houses are sup- Bank of Baltimore, and should be returnedto

commenced an harangue. "My children," gave your fathers a little land to put their .ported too by those who are honored with its rightful owners Yet avarice, like a

said he," your great Father, the President, f feet on, they had to live in big canoes, tossed stations of public trust and authority in wily serpent,twined around his heart, and
1: has sent us' here to buy from you part of about in the big waters which reach to municipal state aud even national affairs! want'breathed eloquently in his car tales of

I your lands" This the interpreter for each where the sun goes to sleep. The Great It is a question of some importance to, impoverished old age-beds of sickness,

tribe repeated in succession, and as soon as pint gave ,ou..no land so you begged a ask,-what are the upholding causes for cold and dreary winters, and above all a
each concluded, they whom ,he addressed, little;" he said this with a sarcastic smile such a state of things? and how can these scolding wife. "Besides said he "no-

: exclaimed, something in,the manner of tho lor indignation"from usa very little evils,of which all are sensible: best be rem body will be a bit the wiser, and familyat ,
audiences in the British House of Com and from it 00 led fThe one
us; as soon as you got you least will be made comfortable."
mons. "Hear, Hear," by a deep interjectional pushed us off, and off, and off and soon prevalence infidelity,is the groundwork Pondering over the doctrines of

guttural sound, that, as well as it .you would force us into the big waters,andso of loose morality, vice and crime.- Bentham, and accommodating circumstances Jeremy
be expressed on was Howe, would be off than Societies of who -
can paper we worse you were at. men are attempting to admirably to bis conscience he arrived
I Howe. The Commissioner continued, first, for the Great Spirit might not give us break through all the moral restraints im home with the treasure in his ,

:, .I "we arc glad that the Great Spirit has allowed my of those big canoes you used to live in.. posed by the laws of God and man, disan- he entered the door conviction pocketbutas
us a bright sky and a clear day to meet No, I say; and I hope those around me will nulling all those ties which give society 8.. him he again
came lie had
thought a nest
: together.11 This,was explained, and met I II say the same; we want our land and sell i it state of social organization-are busily en-: of vipers upon in his pocket-the
," with the "Howe" that is uttered after every not. You have enough; what do you want gaged in instilling into the minds of youth' to have troubled package within appeared its

I sentence.! "The river runs bright, the of the graves of our fathers? They'll do those vile principles which are so forcibly each spirits
envelope- spirit seemed to out
birds sing in the air, and the fare of nature I you no good. We wish to keep them.- illustrated in the case of the deluded Rob in terrible tones to Ins conscience speak and he

looks smiling;;these are good signs, they This bosom has been torn lately-a little inson. The gambling room, the tippling trembled: all over a? if he had committed,
I an
show that our hearts are not foggy,and that tree that was planted here has been torn house, and the brothel, are the school for act which would forever blast his
our trade will ba made in friendship. Your up by the roots, and I have planted it ona those who are taught that there is no moral and his reputation
I happiness. Poor all his
Great Father loves his red children, and mountain top. Do you wish me to sell accountability-and there in their degrading dreams
ol bliss had flown-he enteredhis
wishes to be good to them. They must try that spot-to sell the bones of my child! revellings, they are consoled by the thought old now
i to deserve good at his hands; he has a large a brave boy-sixteen winters had just passed that no small number of the recipients of good and lady's apartment with eyes
glaring limbs trembling from joint to
, quantity of land, and his grounds are gov. him, and already was he the owner of public honors passed through such scenesto His
alarmed unusual
I erned by old and wise chiefs-his villages two scalps taken by his own hand; and one< the places of dignity they now hold!- at appearance
are full of braves, who never fear the tomahawk of these," he cried, showing the skunk The elevation to high office of a libertine, placed him upon a chair,and her

t or scalping knife ; some of the/n skin whose busby tail waved from his an a debauchee,a gambler, holds out so many gan chafing his beating temples with vine-

even laugh when they stand before the big des and trailed on the ground as he strode models for the ambitious youth of our land. gar red, repeatedly 1 asking him what had occur- J
to ?
agitate so
guns of their enemies. These braves and nearer the Commissioners, "was around his -so many palliatives 'or the licentious "
"How dear? asked the old
'. warriors your Great Father wishes to use knee, for my people had owned courses they feel disposed to pursue. : my tenderly
lady to that her husbandhad
: for your protection,and tokeep peace among him as a brave. Give up our lands where That Rank gives force to example," is suspect
sat too the tavern fire she
his red children; so that, Instead of war dry the bones of our fathers-where sleep not to be disputed When Christianity long by -

parties roaming through the country, you the bodies of those who led on our war pai was almost extinct in the earth,a CONSTANTINE was sure she smelt brandy.
may be at rest, smoke your pipes in security ties-where lie those who have shouted ascended the throne-his sanctionand "Put your hand in my pocket, and take

raise your corn in safety, and make up loudest in our scalp dances-who have example shed a benignant influence, from thence ten thousand scorpions that
have been for half hour
your packs of furs without molestation.If .- gone out empty and returned loaded with and millions of the human race by their re stinging me "this \
Take them
.. you know what is good for yourselves, several limbs of our foes! Give up these formed lives,showed the impressive forceof past. out" ,
"Indeed I will said she the
you will open your ears to the words of your I lands, so sacred to all we hold deardoyou high example. In later days, when our drawing
from his 'Bless soul
package pocket.
Great Father, and do as he says. Be careful ask it, and do we listen tamely? Tin own country was attempting to throw piT what's thiat""Dank my ,

then, and do not listen to bad birds Evil Spirit has taken away our tongues the yoke of foreign oppression, a WASHINGTON I
notes-I found them in the street
which are flying about and whispering black when the white man comes among us, and hesitated not, in public as well as
-but the Bank
they belong of Balti-
lies to you. Your Great Father Knows our tomahawks ore too heavy to be lifted private, to acknowledge his dependence on more"
there arc many 'of these, and he wants us when the long knife: tells us what he plea the Most High, and invoke his aid. Then
to put you on your guard. These birds will ses. Sell!-give up!forsake!-remove the evils attendant on infidelity were little "Why, now--how lucky; but what a pity

eat up your corn,and destroy your families; from the lands where we first breathed, known in our land-the virtues of the lea. that we should have to return them-they

1 they will make you look one way, while where we have hunted, lived,and been happy der shed every where a mild moral lustre; would make" us comfortable for the rest of
they fly the other with your wives, your This is impossible;" and his voice such a character was then venerated, and it our" "
\11! wife said the old
children, your goods. Mind what 1 say- sunk to a tone of deep and impassioned was the ambition of the young to imitate It. I gentleman: sor I

Vve got only one way of ta\king1 don't feeling, but, regaining his lofty spirit, he But what is the public example now o rowfully, "don't tempt me again-Adam
"y yea' with one side of my mouth and dashed the blanket from his body, and ex many who are high in office Cannot the .ginned through Eve, and Eve tbrough the

no1 with the oilier. My words come out posed his form naked, except the breechcloth duellist-the gambler-the debauchee: accursed one. I wonder how much money
of the middle.and 1 don't talk crooked,"_ is in that package t" ,
and A huge turtle which hnng by a pointed out in stations high?-If such
lie then went on and finished the speech "Ten thousand dollars,I'll) be bound-
crimes thus
cord round his neck and completely covered are made republic,is it not time "
by stating the object of purchasing land fur his back. "Look here," he cried,pointing for us to look to it? Does not our nation. it would be DO harm to open it, would it!
which they were assembled. al! character You know we can give the money back
to the
cicatrices on his limbs; "these are ,our individual safety, demand
The eyes of tho savages were fastenedon I the marks of wounds gained in defending i it? when reward is offered"

the speaker as he proceeded, but when,I these lands, and 1 would rather that each Republicans should The husband said nothing-and the old
through their interpreters, they were made I should open and bleed afresh than RANK ever remember that lady, taking silence for consent, proceededto
: again GIVES "
FORCE; TO EIA3IPLE -an break the seals when lo! instead
acquainted wJth the offers( made for their that we should lose the soil in whose de see to it, as they regard the ,one by one,
permanency of ten thousand dollars and many
their as
lands,gloom overspread countenan fence ,
they were received. I was shot down. our institutions, that such I
nee, and their eyes were lowered to the, and slabbed: -but I was happy; the land for RANK a* lei a men only hate scorpions, out fell a brace of TRACTS

ground. As the speaker; discontinued[t which fought was still our own; and when I,mouth Journal. GOOD EUXfU.--POn.' 'and a piece of paper, which was written In
large characters "Ar a.Foot!"-Btlt. Tr


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