Key West gazette
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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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!' r TERMS OF PUBLICATION. 1 taken into consideration in estimating the i|l.erelriptorUyorder the money in the hand ipower' to render them ..any assistant: on been withdrawn bo! c., J.
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f' W 8:7: FIVE (DOLLARS per Annum.... amount .,f compensation to which they ,are 'of the Marsha)'(being claimed 'by, Qapt! :: tba TtYmng., ?The next day (the gal a,. \toeafipns.! "' 11\
{PayahTrfn AnVANCE entitled, and they will be duly regarded by Cobb,as his private i Sndiv7duH'propertytc l ) ing in some degree abated,) Mr. Dubo proceeded There was:an att'' t. \ r
QI. 'the, Court in forming its judgment in this be (paid over in satisfaction of ,it, except o], in his boat as near the Brig t i he tile claimant toikv ; r
: CAS: b 1.:. .&,.Dhv,;1R.tLTY..case; but they are not the only matters t tar as rrgards the ,amount decreed for Sal, could go in safety, and with the aid o thebof Stephens et-al, v'thcrOcHjds t ,

.i, HKCFKTI/V DiCIPt D ATh; t'\ INT..J ; which should be taken into consideration VHge upon that sum; still I am gratified,,, smaller boat to go alongside, a I lanclii ] Saved fa ,' : r

/ v's 1 Libel the situation ,of the individualsengaged in He the whole'sum decreed, without resort soon as Capt. Munroe reached, the siorc, Court ofSouth-Cnr f

The Schooner Toisojt } For rendering,fservice, are important items' ing to a sale of either Vessel or Cargo.o he made an arrangement with, Mr., JDuof fill examination of ,.1
Samuel Cobb Claimant., Salvage to he taken,1 nto the account. 'In this case The Cargo is now very near the Port of its I bole to send 60 or 70 miles in sea not pcrccivotnthe 'I i

This differs, in of it is clearly shewn that the services were original destination: it has sustained ver y, one of tho wrecking vessels for the pUr ose ilitudo( contended 1
case its
'j t ifomall other cases of salvage one which features have vastly important; and the situation of the little, if any damage, and can be taken t(], of relieving the cargo; but discoverii in ed none of the fca II 'I
[ | been to the consideration; persons who rendered those services, is suchas that Port at a small additional expense.. a vciy short time, that tho schooner V illi-' Cotton and ot t l'
Court. That feature is found:: in the of disclosure this to entitle them to favorable consideration. The Toisonthough much injured, and requiring am Rosvi!:i, commanded by the libcllanjL as 'long llicslfat-. t c i

by tho of a and- They have made this ,their only heavy repairs to place her in a condition *. in eight, they gave signals and she i irra di- which was i i s\g.\ it !.
testimony stronger that in which she was i ately came and Captain lit'' ker wreck occu red
urh meritorious claim than"ia means ofsnpport, by abandoning ell others, as good as up; upon an 6
moro libel urgedin and devoting themselves and their property when she went on the Reef, can ne'erth&Il'59 being informed of the situation of the ar sidered byj idfgoBc
in tho
When;'lie those,documents acknowledged first read answer.the exclusively to the business of affording ie- as I am informed, be placed: in such a go, he,without hesitation, agreed to $4 eit, the Salvors oonc-tJ
Court entertained the were i founded, lief to>> those, who may require their assistance J situation as will enable her to proceed from. from destruction if|>os3tblc; but the c V* oft'l Cott< &. 9no.I I
p that it up- in time of distress; and therefore, possess this to Matanzas, with little expense; and. nued violence of the sea, prevented Urn Without intenduLfgreo ,
ujheir- unattended allegations: with, was risk an ordinary labor higher claims to compensation, than if the Cargo be sold here, it must be sold,I from commencing active opciations on to impbn ia ;fa.,

case the of .the actors great or on those,who, while engaged in other pursuits, subject to duties and additional expenses,I evening. Ou the next morning, alth(hattt Ion express fin ihkci.
stance1'calculated part or by any circum- sometimes fall in with, and afford relief tn which will greatly lessen its value to the i still attended with much danger and! on the prin pie iliety'of ,

to the create serious apt rehen- persons and property exposed to peril. owncis. These however, are considerati, he went alongside, and with the assist<)ce the lopertysu\

k,, fcion on thepattof induced relieved in The that proof' To induce the Court to decree as small ti ons to be weighed by (the agent of those! of the Ship's company, by way of llvage' (/II I
'" ?we\'er'has a change opi compensation as possible to the Salvors in concerned, and with which the Court ought t: ing the Brig and conveying the Cottolto rl stoncesVIII rarely CK '
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1110n. proof U apjxjars' tho, this case, its attention has been called to !Mir- not directly to interfere. 'I'IicCargo i is not I a place of safety: that after labourin almost .not in this |se, mete'
_, Schooner TOISON: ,with a cargo consisting of Case'of Taylor and Deliesslino v's. $Q5,000 composed of such articles as will admit oi tf r incessantly for two days, he fine itt to the Salv in propo
c the Port of
Various articles from
I' New-lfork; in specie,saved from the Schooner Friend the Salvage being paid in kind, it must l necessary to employ an additional for of| I rendered, /was alJov\ .
1' rind bound to the Port of Florida Matanzag, struck' ship. In that case, Judge Bee decreed tMessrs.'Taylor < I therefore he paid in money. four men, which he obtained from a :ah- I Court of. ""I-Camlll/ ), I
that of the Reef
i{ upon part called'T'ickles' and Dtliesslinc$5,000one- Whcreuponitisonlercdadjudgcd and decreed ing Smack that had come up; and wil1118t! I oHntingtoiptTcentuthopropcrthivcd[ : '
: >> Shoal, on the morning of.the' 17th I fifth of the amount saved.. by the Court, that out of the mono y, additional assistance, in live days tour he I is fI '
of February, about four o'clock : that at the i In, comparing the circumstances connected now in the hands of the Marshal of thi;I succeeded in rafting the !Cot ton to the I lowed on ;f previous i J '
time she 4tiuck, weather was thick and with these two casl'S,!the Court cannot Court, found ou board the schooner Toison, shore, that being the only possible meat by I II Iin partlcu reason ff,
heavy, and she began to thump upon ,the I perceive! that those presented in the one* the said Marshal directed to pay over tci ; which it could be preserved. rulo I II here!. adople I i
locks .wi'.h: much violence; that to afford referred to, afford in any degree, a strong i he said Mason K Packer, for himself and I It appeared in testimony, that one he ThoClhUiiTacclhteen.vll is CltinJul
her as much relief as possible, Capt. Cobb er claim, (ifindeed: so strong) than those, all others concerned as lilx'llanlsMu thiscause I libellanl had undertaken to save the CI o, 1 ,
found it necessary to have her deck load iu the one now under consideration. It is ,the sum of three hundred aid seven. an order was given by Capt. Munroo tifuv} ,Climate i ihived af'ftjt t; ,
thrown overboard as soon as it could be true, the passengers and crew of the ty-five dollars:, in full"Tor their Salvage on h I Mate and crew, to render) the aid mT( 'f# done That very shortly after day-tighr, Iht: Friendship are saidjto; have felt much anxiety said money; and that he return the remainder -. lower; but thai the crew were unwill;; tio fc stir! 1utrod."cr '

actors, consisting of sixteen persons, in two for their, personal safety, and the spe to Samuel Cobb, the Master of said I work, until they should receive ROMt"ui. : urI ere oiet 't,,, ...)
.wrecking vessels, tendered their assistance, cie possibly would have i.een lost but for Schooner, for and on behalf of himself and I auto of l being paid fur their labour,''' and i hidl! N'I'\i( 'i'

which was accepted without hesitation, and the geacrous:: exertions of the actors; biit of all others concerned in1' the same, i il f r that this difficulty was only removed by the !liS ; u ieh ;,1 1t
they immediately commenced their opera it equally true, that the property in this :here be others concerned. It is further ordered ,. libcllant agreeing, at the request of Cnpt.Munroe t t rliel 'hit,) hu". "
,! tions. Upon sounding and finding she had, case, would have encountered a similar adjudged and decreed, that the sai I t > pay them for their services, so I an env rtls h,
r three fan less water under her bow, and risk, had it not been saved by the exertions Samuel Cobb, Master of said Schooneram.1 I soon as the cargo should be put in a place: tidy: curcm, "f'I
two fret less under her counter, than her of the libellants. The personal risk of agent for the owners and all othara interest-. of safety; and that he afterwiirdfy in cufiformity i. : I W"d i I thti

ordinary draught ; they took an anchorVitli those engaged tn'affording the assistance, -d in said Vessel and Cargo, pay to th with tins agreement, did pay them t i. \; I ,10 H'bttl'n'
>05 fa thorns of chain cable,and having plan was inir'hj V'niMjca2eIhan| an thai', Marshal of thin Court,within five days from I $334. It also appeared, that he had to p p.1y 9niuahlwed!
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i I tli\ in a proper position, they "strainedit though it could nor havebeen extraordinarily the pronouncing this decree, the sum ol r to. the crew of the fishing Smack $300, for (nt al 1. M i iI

tOl as possible\ and then proceeded jo great there, when ,a canoe with two one thousand eight hundred and thirty dollars their services, and that hewr.s compillfl to' I" Ilwatnlliilip' \'. Il: i iC
lighten the Schooner; first, by throwing oYerboard 'entlemerj' four hands, could go two in full for the Salvage decreed on said I charter other vessels to assist in removing' IhVbe veil ri )f '

a ,number of hoop-poles, which miles to sea, bring off the specie, passengers Vessel and Cargo; and also, hat he pay. the Cotton to the Port of Key Wesf", bud g Icnl, 'uurt\ air!I' (
were below deck, and then by taking out and most oftliecrewofthatvessel!' in within said time, the costs of prosecutinghis for which he had to pay, or beornu respon ti tar f 'l'J.a s'x: l
more Valuable Cargo and conveying it to when Samuel Cobb Bible for twelve hundred and%( (titu partp"i.r{ 't
safety; and a small boat, manned !by ; suit. And the said iety-foiit: "
the wrecking vessels; which, from, the 11 single individual, could proceed in the shall fail and neglect to pay said sums of dollars more, making in nil t/e suiii of I ur Ihc+Iaalr,

holiness of the wafer, were prevented earlier purl of t\e day from the vessel to the money, or any |part thereof within said spe nineteen hundred and twenty-eight dollars, UlIllt1 aul'4cte' i '.;
from getting alongside. They continued shore. The labour that case was much. cified time: It is then, and in that case,fur- which ho actually |paid out, :and I bc>' nie II t sen lOYf' "
removing Cargo and unlading, the Schooner less than in this, bqt\ the most important her ordered, adjudged, and decreed, that bound to (pay, in saving the cargo an 'I( s I. i t C ion tfiwr i t i+ t
1 until about nine o'clock, when, ('the, tide difference arises ton, the fact, that Messrs. the Marshal, after giving ten days public ting it into Port. ,I Ilan :1r,JtT1 l
+ -It."in- TlSWr.n.44a-Ht>igjl! .)juML.llu cable caused) wind Taylor';,and :Dcl&ssnue l had not ,prcpredihemseivts noticu of the time and place of sale, pro It likewise appeared in testimony, tluj rlI\.1 ve lien i
-tinning, the strain upon the ) at: a htavy< expense by fitting out' reed to sell, at iheSfor&lIousuoriVC.( ; the libellantsvatcunstantly'andlabonioya \. onJvhv, '
she wensoil )
her to move, and in a short time vessels and boats for kervices of that kind, 'reeneEsq. in the Town of Key West, for ly employed with his own vessel l lnmi1 f. ,' 'I .

: They afterwards assisted in'navigatjug the- and devoting tliemselvwexclusively:, to that Cash, to the highest bidder at public outcry dering this service, from tho 17th of February t:i. \ :
neT to Key West, and working service, as the uctors ui this case have.- so much of said Cargo as may be nc- until the 15'i'! of March; that duringa ( ..y:
pumps; and, at the request of Capi in Cobb, They were living on th ir farms,and were ressury to raise baid sum of money, and part of that time, his property waa ex cried I :uiin \\ t '

Kept one of the wrecking vessels which company stopped only an hour or\wo, if at all, from costs; or such part of said sum of money, posed to great risk and danger, and did tinJ c vita\ set 1

to afford any further assistance then daily a'vocations. T he Salvortl.in this and costs, as shall not have,. been, previously sustain considerable injury per ( to t.ctr.. .
might have been required.It case, have: no farms; th.j \property| is vested paid, taking taro to sell such parts ot- In deciding) upon tho quantum of, Salv- this an10Jl\fJ, .'
is also in testimony, that the shoal up- in the means of rendering services ofrhjs said Cargo for the purposes aforesaid, as age which should 'o allowed in this case; I !they nopublic thnl l'lf'' ,

enVhi h abe grounded, is the most Florida dangerous sort, promptly and iciently; and he said Samuel Cobb shall point out and shall regulate my judgment, by the considerations !o lJi1 savitoV". ,;
one connected with the when unemployed in such duties (as they: direct, provided he have any choice as to which have heretofore influenced I aull Jh' j ( l r\, I ti

:J Beef; that the whole time she lay much upon violence it, ,are nine-tenths of \lie year,) r key are livingat : i the parts of said Cargo to be disused of : me in making up my opinion upon eirriilatquestions. snit onords -- ,/l' I/1.1'
'1 she continued to thump wi'h much expense, exposed] til the dangersof and that said sums of money shall be rained : s Id.I# I :
,so much indeed,that Capt. Cobb expressed an unhealthy climate, and t Ineir property and received by the Marshal' as aforesaid, Those considerations are based upon the'' ''t a&j ? .I I I
apprehensions of her "breaking in 10all the risks of the sea. Had the lib|l... t-Bt he proceed to pay over the same to following well established nles-1st. Tl< .IIJsI8 I !t
two" before she could be relieved; and all lants in this case been at Dew es' Island Mason R. packer, for himself and all oth extent! and value of the service rendered.2ndly. .*-.! do't.

the witnesses concur in saying, that hail'she when fie! Friendship struck opus( the Rat ers concerned in this cause as libcllants, The labour, risk and danger incurred jrM '
not gone off when she did, before another le-Snaki* Shoal, think those acquaintedwith the afolcsaid sum of eighteen hundred and by the ::!ahor, and 3rdly. His situation Nit 1'd ',

high tide,"she must have "bilged also and their habit and dariag invepidiiy; thirty dollars, for their, Salvage on said in rendering the service.As r rn! .t "
gone pieces, The witnesses prove wonld not he risking much by asserting Vessel l and Cargo: and that he also pay o- regards the extent andj value of ttj l(>rtJ( r f ; \1. '
that without the assistance of the actors, that she would not have remained 4n that vt-r us aforesaid, the costs ofthin prosecution 8(>n.ice in this case, there can l he but onlt 8al"j.'I: f ..
.he could not have been pot off during that Shoal "from five o'clock in themornuuz' tin ; and that he then restore to the said Samuel ,{pinion: A vessel with a large cargo i', and'iJ
tide and must have remained until its return til four in the afternoon" without slsr- ) Cobb, Master and Agent as aforesaid, fioard, is entirely wrecked,and no possibly i, giving 1 i I '
; as there was not guffirienn force on ante If we may judge what their m- the said Schooner Toison, and the residueof 'ly of saving; that cargo, except such exeti- and rill 'j
board the Schooner independent of theirs, duct on that occasion would have beer by said ODS'lIB were hero afforded. Without /he ,

a to have taken out the anchor, strained the their conduct in similar situations, it riay Cargo.JAMES WEBB,,JUDGE.t assistance of the lil>ellants, there were/lot theTuciKUl "" ;
cable,and lightened her, (even by throwing safely be inferred, that the passengers and l even the means of making rafts of ih'ot: I hric 1\J8.J; \.s' ,

overboard the goods,) in time to have relieved crewould not only have experience .- tnn as-- the _rnnst.- nnil llll arts rinninn n ihBrig e from triL f Ii )
her by high water. Upon this point immediate relief from their anxiety, 'hut William Barter, \ 'had gone overboard.: They 1"8"8"wye on (he libelluii;
there is no discrepancy in the testimony; large portion, if not all the cargo of that vessel v's. I Libel an unfrequented) part of the coast, a/d 'fa r on the 9J n tba Gtr
the mate and sailors of I the Toison entirely i as well as the specie, would hate been 984 Bales of Cotton,and } for from the ordinary aid which persons'i/ tlJeir5Huatlon said Sal nnett of 1
with the witnesses introduced hy the'' The Tackleof Brig 3/arctZfa | Salvage. liver to 1d nal 1''
gtfe saved. The question may be asked then, ,on greater part of thefloridaCoast
actors, u to the impossibility ofgettingher'are they to receive l less reward because they Donald Munroe, claimant. t, ) are almost certain to meet. / on belml all rr,
.ff without the aid of the Salvors, and as are better prepared render assistance, and I To arrive at any thing like a correct estimate It is true, it was con'end.' .1, / lat tl'he of said ( n a, j eel
to their opinion of 'her danger had she re- by that prepareion,have decreased the dangers of the merits of this case it is necessary Cotton thrown overboard would )roLabl, qt} q Y '
gained upon the rocks until another tide;' and risk of the service? What would to take a short view of the principal have floated to the bore; but this it is admitted Note, e/.Cii1' c
indeed, their opinions as to the danger: of'have been the situation of the Toison and features in its history,u disclosed by the was the only prospect, br hope of hundred ,Ret ,*, 11,
;, Let position are strongly supported by the: bar cargo had she received no other assistance testimony. safety, without other assistance/ Whether r van of wl wep r liritsl '
great damage she sustained! during the'i : than such as Messrs. Taylor and Do. It appears that on the morning of the it would or would not have fleeted to the sa his pr ty, %,.rc rpi''
i I abort time she did remain! upon the rocks.')liessline were able to afford Her bags of 16th of February last, the Brig ltlAaCiLLA: shore, is exceedingly doubtful, and this the {lilxll wt a r u- I'c .

| When she went on, she is said to have l been money and the lives of the crew would in bound from New-Orleani to the Port of means of safety, must 'hare) }teen greatly ,. -:: __
i i 6 IJ't, '.tauJ\ch, .nd in good condition .all probability have been saved; but all treenuckin the Kingdom ofGreat-Ifritam, questioned, if not though inpmaiWq 'lit !: i %
...I i when a ae war taken off/ she made' 6 or 6 I else would have been exposed to great peril with a Cargo of nine hundred and ninety- Copt. Mnnrfj when 'he proposal scud CO
Uflches> of water an l>rur, )her .\wprit if not total loss.Under one hag of Cotton, struck upon the Florida Or 7 ; l l
t*and rudder were split her pathord .tr rda preserve the cargo. rip e' t
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started fronton" end to the other; hi'r fake feel justified in decreeing to the Salvors, In Light-Ilouse, and Ihrcs-foutth) tf a mile Upon the 2nd point, there can also bq (aunt n 6r a wit t.tw..
knocked off her pintles : from Bear Cut. That at t'tIlOO'' aLe but little tri t f orid
; difference
keel a. d this case, a lean amount for their compensation of opinion. The par 1, bhal4 '
ar.,1f't and many other parts considerably : than thirty per centum upon the va. struck, it was blowing a puleJi wind, with Lour was unquestionably great, rcuuiri'p Capt in bb binder
r danwj/ed. All these circumstances cnn- duo, of the Schooner and her Cargo, (after a sea so }jf'.3vYland danger-*, as to renderit twenty-odd men seven days to land .the > to ie 1 tlpiit
spire 'in Rimra lit* great value of the ser,;deducting duties) except as regards the necessary to cut' awaY Kjr musts to prevent ''go, and several vessels a inurli longer ti btu t ;don C thief
a44 nc'rendered. 'I money f<' 'nd on board that vessel, and upon hr going to piece*. TJ4 i after*! 'her mUll, to bring it to the Port of Kay W<*t. '1* ofXey Y to }'trd i.tntrtanl
the Toinon In'IU sails and went ***' Ii In e"ort were a e,; tip ly"tP, uwtstkle
Vjib'ur this Distance, I which, Id. : rite a Salvage of fifteen per rigging or fi dagger! and teak likewise considerabfe
' probability would bare pone to.plf't"t'li I centum. |was made 10 land the oncers. and crew in It is in tMtiirtotiy' that the William Ito IM ttIaM and > ..., i ;

.ndVhad J; sLe &** -o, her Cargo, if Laved The amount at which the goods w reap the boats, which failed W corf :'auence ol''Ihoutpcd )heavily' wfapa alongsidu' e Brig{ C rgn rnti5n,
' t 1 at ..lJrusa.Ja been greatly damaged, f sila I praised', 'ii $6000; thaf amount is subject. their breaking louse f 4 .tjMj Brig with and Was mud injuffxlj) lad doting the T1ri utq'f.pi w
\, > ...tcd prbcipftllv of articles pee 'lar. lira I I ieTuiiT'>nof 51300: for dui:wr.-vi'mri udri.uT. t1f 'Itiier5pfthem t iwboW diner .l...- )'" 4 ; t .., 1ror
J irk rr i, tQfrf from being covered, gr y ,decreases'the value of the grails to $4700. 1.1 aa1tewpti! ti reat'L. tiyt w.. "ryk. r.- l.e.rtes CAnI$.$.u i rough-I' t,,i. T1i54'
- -r x "'J. It is lru/,, tbe .rr* --.,1 ? --- -..4 .1 /iinn ( .lt<.1 .' 7 I 1r r A u ..,'_s ..:- i .N Iier ",.. ....

of +i a trs caa r :3stC a--Which'they hare c5nl MitCc: to')J.iii otjcctj' t 5ntu tJ7, J2th March, agrccal I' '.pi
licdlo aTT on toaru: i the 'Shrr'tj') ,
that thc slice to these ('111111' I ling journment K1Mr.
r9. rhegOOdalbt't! ri.gll, : .. r' hews : ) ar- 'I i

ling nrt d' Key VSi'st. m eeinl' vvohntferF .t ", >' /4 I sentiments.! It augurs well ofsomething Pndcham, from the ('o..,i,ritpointed ,. alp

00,0. ., .nd ciew ; and '/1 ..... 1. "'... : 'C''. better yet to come. at the previous mett'ip; II'p..r ed ; .

..f":1 .. had oitainuU! (the :.Putt.
were the \o\-CH: : .iiid about fifiy n> : -o.o- II that they i.fcessaiy .

: ;b.. nyed' more than two weeks: \ in ten ...\\..,..I ;. ,,\ On our first page will be lound the. Decisions ,imatioji called fur \y.tlc resolution: (itt:1, 31'ftidltcSoyj t

J (his. service, and wi.hout their ass, "\' of his I Hom.t Judge \\ el bu-: tIJt!c' l'\.rfi' tc al ther>.eating, a draftrye.a +
,4 or oihet ail equally cflicicni, _..:.-_-=-== -:: = J._.. .__-==.:.-. --::.= Schooner: ) Toison .and lire \iarCJ Ira. lhttl r..to. th. IUgllt( 'H\\'crIlJ. .: J.;UJ. '1"-
been wholly impossible v %
'. I ha1t'e of the II82MONDVY I': .\ rfl'I2i I. It ofii.lfl.Jus pleasure to infftrm our readcri' -. b.'lJtJ\Io' ",,", His. *:on....of. l.CSiate: :! of N wVorl -

\ ami any pall cargo that \re shall'bc able> to fii'rnhli. all the \, ?\ bich} was nJ| prdvcd' and accepted ol.:
t reviewing:.! all the cire.mistanccs' 01ise 10: ) II L' :
I IHI Ik been hitherto On motion of:Mr. J. Whitehead ,
t\ L"' the Court is (>f the opinion, ih.ine MAHCII 28, 1831. Decisions salvage vhicIliavc!

;.,i I nthcr, whidi has come prICIt'W- : I' made at this place, as well as all now 'It was resolved, '1 hat the Con-nniittu a'V

f ..: leration, have the claims of 111rliffl"j( *' RhTIt ', cases wiiicli may hereafter arise. it now i ii', be constituted a bland ing Con *uitr,

oaliberalcornllensatiorlbeenstntl, ;- ;I tee to receive subscriptions towards ralsinh
,, of the influence which Fnblii,
Aware a '
1 n they undoubtedly: are in I this ; in Unavoidable: circumstances (havingfjprevented.the a liullicil lit fund for buildirj a (;IJ lJ 11iJ1'I

} where the piescrvatiun of propel)' J ',urnat it calculated to exercise upon :1 fJr; of The GALFTTt'1' upon the Island.'I'hcMcetingwas.

i\\n conrctncd/, '-'It.y cannot bo stro. :- community, re enter upon the discharge o appearance
then sine die.
; as early as had been anticipated, adjourned
I.' ) moro incritotious; a large cargo I. our duty with a full sense of its rt'spllnliLi i! i!
articles difficult In handle and ill' of t we have continued" Marine List up to --c+o--
''lily We deem it but an act justice ()
.' instances of Hrn.dl val'icatc: exposede our Patrons and the Public to lay before this day-28tb l.arch,1891.\"'w"k ; I I.KTTi: o'I/ IlL COMMITTEK.

most: uniiiinent dinner, and thai, (( t-iein our pans and the principle!S We have received from our correspond- i io the itijjlit Reverend BC.VJA.VIN T {

!r greatly\ increased by the pecnlin ; which shall begovcrned in our edit,, cnts, files of late dates, from which''we have I 1'lJ'WUv'tK! Bishop of the Protestant: E-
y of one of I the articles! and iheaf-! iiy cxtrarted.i I piseopal ( tiiircu+ cvv-Yoik.,

'! necessity<< of removing. i immedia'i+ rial capacities. SIR,
The circular of the lion. J. M. White
-ril wine I II, The' commercial portion of our subs,"i I
in the Ship; ihs gri'al p< to I came to hand too late for insertion-Its.iall The undersigned havlCf been deputed -.
.'. .r'( rn end! their j operly!, were at ol I I hers may rely upon our strict attention t(} by the citizens of Keyt cst to address -
be attended in
; exposed by the vide,iceol'r: ,! t wave. their interests. All vessels arriving at, 01 r l to our next.l you on the subjects eml-rac.d/ ill tho

,. .... t, linltci: o vessel" and men \\liirnsveif: J drpartingfrom this place shall be reports d:1 -<).c: 2nd resolution herein enclosed, and to solicit
t }
; i I ed, to ren KM: me, IH-ISIHIMC: the at" at as early a day as ossiMc. It is our in. On the 2d January, 1031, Lieut. E. Tre- your attention to them so soon w3 your

; t nature of (the service, the (length o1i f mention, also, (should tmlficicnt encourage. nor, Asst Qr Master F. D. Newcomn and convenience bcen directed will permit. They have also
testate that shoulo
the objects
: ..., )I -i employed, and the total iinpo
: l "i' saving any par of the caring willlfl" !, at Sand Key, where all( vessels passing Asst. Surgeon! O. P. Mills; arrived att it will Keir their power to advance
I :.ifsi.slance, all conspiie to prove I tin I to the Gentleman
may report tll'mschcI-lII the cveni this place, with a Detachment of Troops of who shall undertake.the
of I tin? claim. I duties therein specified, at least fivo
4 .f. boalsof',, of a wreck being brought to this place, vv<, the 4th lnfa.lry. hundred
.' 'ft- go"dllid: / the rigging, dollars fur his support during the
'' ... !I'K.JII (tin> ,:Ship; 'iaielicfii fold lI1clt'li. shall endeavor to ransmit the earliest information .. On the 19th Fcnruary, Major J. M. Glas- first year of his ivli.u'stry, and to fnrnisi. him ..I

t I "'ili..1 .i.oiloc'titoiy order, founded" up n tin', ; and! in every ill'Jtallcethen j il t t sel and family, and Lieutenant T. Page, wiltl.clJuvls. the proceeds of which, dining ,

1 t. :| i n of Cup! Win..isnr, repn'.scnlnn; th'' is practicable: shall publish in what man wild 51 Recruits and materials for buildij.g thesame period, will add to his income, at \

.. 4" j .... : ,i" io lcofll't[K>rt!' is
1 )f it in a suite of dcc.iy, and injmj : I arbitratii the decision The', following enter
.I ,, d Iy n, or of Court : Officer are now attachedto tained of the gradual increaseof both sums :
v ,
rt1 J ? \le has hhewn Us vain. to c ;ixn! < and all such other matter in connexion, this Station; eMajor as society advances, and the benefits ex.
t 'I: ) large a '|)) ," ol'thatsun I I I. peeled to be derived from
which we may deem interesting tothcowners J. M. Gus EL. labours
.,,"I\'CI1. when divided among m.i- bedev-loped. 'J he citizens West '
underwriters other con F. D.
:: or persons IS'KVVCOMB
.i.l r Is and mien, will prodixe hot u heretofore/ have had to submit to all tie i-I

:; i"1 indeed, a misciable': coinpcnsninu' cerned. D. A. iVJANMNG, Conveniences resulting from the want oi'ancnligntened

t ", ; a cumpcusauaubynoinenus( ads Relieving that Virtue and Intelligence II. B. STROBEL, M. D. Acting Sur Minister of (the Gospel, n eminently 4i

t' !1\ \ i' ''o the risks and dangcis to wiiK.ii'' the' ) are the true sources National, as they aro gcon. located with them, and of a'l oil organized -

n i >'lr proMTly| have been expo-oil! id of individual: happiness, wet consider it our Mr. EZRA LUDJ.Ow, Workman. of a large fechool.portion of'J lie the transient population tlaractcr!and oth-

'' tie. the ur'rvice. lleie.olore, in n- dillY, a* well ast! at of every other godciizen -<>>+0- circumstances beyond their controm.

>" &, bate I dc('ned IL greaier pinpi to promote their extension. We On Thursday, the Nth March, the 'I ri- until now prevented their making any !successful ave i
*,,t i-ie ptojirrlyiivtd. than ,me-h.dl. ,
1 J it shall thereforesupport ;'tryohj'Cl) which Colored Flag, u as, lor rile first time exhibited attempt to administer! to t esc
.. ]IN"'IIoI\I\I.: .n to fur Sulvi >,is.and IKIM wants : but late accessions of much worth
t' I i hasatendency to promote these ;r cat ends. in this Port on board the French
the brig to their
.' staled, that ', cue Iii+\ ami permanent society and a general

,1 j > oxlrnoulmary, which would mom : Ueligioo, constituting in oiii judgment, the L.MMA, from( Havana-in compliment to state of improvement which has comim'i.ccd;

I at : : I ,to beyond l.I I that pro[I'fI r 111111 : In t Ii";>, cst nash of morality, and a proper sense of which, the 1'ri-C;(6lur was hoisted on the and is now progressing on the Inland: give!!:

I 1 j i I" v\ever, if in allY, iiioso:; "ciraC.uj; [ (be obligation which we owe to the DEI'rv, cupola of P. {'J,. Gr eua'lI ware house, & the, have them in assurances that those considerations! ;
nmistancos do exist ; and if t- clog: one ..ftLe' r.o'desl incentives to duty (.'01111'1I1/( all\ the vessels ill harbor displayed, at.d they :lei geat it measure Juo to themselves ceased to ,operate ILOJJ
t ', 'j i 'ot',lcnd ipiedniupiir8peiisboo.; ; -WA shall never admit ,,nv tl ing!!: into our: arId at half an hour before Eiiu-tlowo, a saute I pi'iL.Titaiid: to the respectability! theit "1

;ir i 1', it'll\ fiow in any iii>iaiie(>, thai d(.. our columns, which is likely:: to deteriorate was fired by BOI: e of the citizeut* commui/ity, that they should avail themselves .

.1 i I, -, snow amliorized and t rClc'"iIieit. the former or to p'ace the latter in any position .aa,.of' .- .,. of the earliest opportunity of taking J, "

I < :a e in all its li'all'U'S. lotinlb! which calculated to lessen that respect The itch measures as will prevent their !being'l
t +' '/' Jonjje JJiHliann: ( dctidcd I I by h following Gentlemen compose thepresent lonjerdcprivedof the advantages they i't f ':
v 'f in should
( ,1' men general ( towards know
J Town Com.cil must flow from 1.
,1 rfKey'Vest- a better of ,
:' >I. scott, tin( ) rcuul| \ in IIFit. system re-
"'." the Author of every Good and Per- L). C. I:I,IOUS, mural and scientific instruction
1 < tt Pinkharn Prcs .- 4
Rnhllt .vdinirallv ; :
: "Pf' "" Ht'II )!\ sny than ,
I .. *! "1 r ,
t It! t 11.f fi iln few words as to our Politics-We go 11. D, birodcl, /' undersigned have also been instruct; 1
\ t HU hat case, pr( (pr \ tote W. A. Whitehead' j/ cd to say, that a Gentleman with a Farnihf. ', .
fur Jackson and State -- ------ ,
:f :' {' of 15,000 1'1 1 1t ] Rights-I'e connive culd I' ,: I [uptvitrda( jj ] par Joseph t Cutlrell, preferred, if one such possessing ,
J .I'' \ bilhuu sa.l'd| (from thai in the present crisis! of our ( oun- goal qualifications ( s
. I ._. ..,: : I wa. ; u VIM.bilged : F. A. Browne, / in other. respects could
1 i. I, ( I. upon +die rocKH, by ii. try, there i"i no man su'*' 'wcll calculated to G. 1i.1V: ,'aver. I IV. -e induced to reside here upon tic term's ,

1 l' 'f- I ...1'+ a' ..ftlll'cft'\\4C1t' in seven lisirift : i reconcile tie J.ttjt'I1J'f'' of all parties, \ II. Wall Clerk. propose I. So far as! regards the health. emv r

'i'.. ':,, "-'IANf and for th.ucrvici'. ', (Iwo-thim I'' 1\ '::0 is so likely to chain down that Utter: P. I). Prior, .Varshni.! j k ) meat, and comfor of his Family the nn'as \ .
dcr'Jnpd.. ,
,.f II. S. \\'aler'uusc"Trea'fJ"frJ' ot I.-ito.to it.'tng. foul htr 'ti'
tit''la ( ; :> + !
i-pirit of contention, w I ic1I11'f'alellll\ ( tot little to apprehend. t Me i f .
'. Ill"" who .imtl >h ichuiu oic / society I \I
a Judge
in -
'" ( dth male and I
ar asunder' this Union, as !SD F.W female i is rapidly in piot'ing i j
,- : ';,'fiI' /.tl. (I'lcbrated 1 (foi( Ins: ability incaM At a meeting of the 'Town Council and at this time affords the
of materials fop
( 'IcctiCJn isofvitr.l irn- JCey
I :r' / .1 \ 1{ ON-I1i U rf.-<
1 I, tit' j. iiMin m.iiiliinc; law, is: West r. ndering pleasant, tl.time of a Gentleman t
on I
t to tie welfare of the >ont ern Monday evening, March 7th, A
t, llom ,Sdcll'h"1 pnrtance or Lady refinement
I t utt I ; all, ( It) III Mippor'' < 1831_ taste, and education.
t t" \H-> ,'11 fur services: : fates-His feelings are with us so far as x should a married Gentleman determine tq II

I ,,," '.1- Ie points IIfdI11i'rt'h'I', we are rilll.t; ; and wherein we err, the rno- On motion of Mr. W. A. Whitehead, come, it would not be expected of hi to J ,

the ciiumnstiinct 1.1} ration tfith which I Ie has 'hitherto acted, It was resolved. That the President of the remove to the Isbitul before the month o Oc".. h
a Town Council toner; and in that event, ho will avoid theexposure '
: +dl requested to call a public .
) 1\ 1 ., ., of which persons of a habit formed in "
meeting the citizens
:, '. .1': iiit.i prove lica.: /fir: wn, will, if any thing can, keep 11'\ with- of Key West for the northern: climate might experience on re ..1il
.' I ,,v l claim than; Hie i n. in the Bounds of reason. -Taitertaining( purpose of adu;)ting measures for obtaining: :u:uving to a southern one in tIC su-n.ref ,

i' : : \\'..- the settlemenof a CLERGYMAN s"as.m ; nor will it he
llien views, we 8'iaU' I y every honorable nn the required in any year;
I '\ t'd/ hat Island, fc the establishment of a ('flOOL. that 'he 1 shall spend a !greater!: portion of the 4,. (

: ; :-. Ii :." : htl" '. -isk and danyi-rnf, hef 'I'ai '4. endeavor promote his re-election: In of I his months >f August and September'i re, than I .:

f.tt!tt!"' ,.: \ ', ,1. f jt n.i' lire of their piopcriv. .t.1 l same time wo wish it to be understood pursnaire JlesolntJon a pit lie will be entirely agreeable to himself. I

:; : ," '10 t I +I. 'to :,. eneiMintercd in d'. ) that we belong to no party ant theparty' meeting of the citizens, was held at the 'I he undersigned respectfully beg learOrequest I ,\

r r' 'T..&' 1\Itt, of our Country-We will lend ourselves Council Rwm.on tIc evening Tuesday, I' an answer at the earliest day com '+

\ 'l i' "'.h' 1 9th larch/ H'nie.nt to you, in order that they may l. -- 1- Ji!
f I ,1 t Ih, I" ""I \J% been of :rt'.tft".f1 to no man or set of men. further than ablcd to Minnunicate
to those whom ,
It ,. .,t''I. .": ,//1 \j"'U hesitated in dt 1 1niion a' we conceive that their measures are calculated Th..lloll. Janes Webs was called to the pr.-sent, the result of this tier / /.
;:: ::1,' .. I chair' fc \Vi A. applied vf In .i
J'.,' .J. 'r'I' 'm/dmeS.d'' oi-, to lIu"Slrve the interests of the' appoinledSocretary. time to take such other steps :.s still; 1 boIbtind l .,.

f'f'w i ; t.J"'Y hI.. : '.p '1 't'M their. en1111n'nsa'| '. < ountry- \nd whilst we heartily despise necessary They also avail themselves .. +

;:::: 'I' U .,t I ly "':LlI'r. altho ,fa David C Pinkham Esq offered of this opportunity of tendering tO .
f" tl-OJte 'hirelings, who lave dared to arose, fur the fiJ.]
: 4c, i ''ilJ' ,1',1 vn I wt'ii less. B l owing resolutions! for the you, their high consideration and respect.! ',
p ;" .I 1 a' "i d1'IIfI'1111.IIlnfltp rn'litical pllrpolCl'ltht' worthif'1tk'.est men of the meeting : consideration of (Siarned) \
' ; ... rd" U1 H'N of tins sort, ''i. .ur 'ollntry-Nayeven assailed the sanctity JAMES WEBB, 1 ilL l
I'+ '. r ." "\1' tin itself to of thedomestir Gre-siHe\\ c shall avoid Resolved, That a committee of six DAVID COFFIN PINKHAM, g : r J
',, : a IMIjiUmr persons<< be appointed W. A. "'WIU'CEHEAD: : ,
.. to ascertain far i '
r t'I' acinally heir exampleb .lotpermitiintronrcolnmnito i as as L M. STONC.B. .
.flh'" ': : I ,oi', h'I.1: I a'il the general 111hoUlingon '>e rnadea vehicle: forporsor-al' slander and practicable, the amount which cm he raised B STPOBKL: ;;- I',,

1 t' 'lIt. -f' 11'1''t,': 5 : induceago I private ,\' use.-These things need correct ion i- subscription for tho support of a MinisUr II. S. WATERHOUSE. J ;
\ i It' II" III similar of the Gospel ; and al'\ut what i;'
m and number
f", .l a reformation can only Ire )1.1 I UlBnNU, '". io ui!;- hy M=minded) tad honorable men (Iown. of Children would become Scholars upon (Q}:::)-We are 'nithon-.d to anai'incQ! COL. f t'
I \\1. tu 'hrf' ot the the is of .
'",, '1. .. pin ing: indignant upr.ni them; by the adoption a Srl uol. L. :M. STOXE, 'S a Candidate fur the .
; 'I. h' hero 2nd. .
Kived. InMt Resolved
tI t. H':1( ::+ 1. 't, I hUH'I\.lIululrIJl... of our Motto as tfco standard of Politician, Committee he furtner, That the said M'XI LeyUlatite;, > ( '0' liCIt.o I

lilf i-a nts wench 1 Rp just, and fear not, requested to draft a sni al'I le -- +c-- '
I, wis1. "Let all the cr.d thou aim'st at coromuoicalion to tile Bishop" of the I
I Li I Kr-isco The schooner Hr..NRV (
} ;; :1 i otht'is, ill ,' Capt. Er .. from
.. ? con h He thy Count!!)' ." pal Church of the State of Nr' .Y \
hl v't;,. :. II ant which will 't_- 8.0. w orh, set Boston wind to ;Mobil' with 'Tb ,..IQI" ,
I ting! forth the o' ject of i.i
.v n /it ri; -- c>- meeting, and /
II' mony Kinianyveslioir : requesting building a light-house on Cat-Jah.ti-J. sOE i I I II

;' t u'''4, a'" L'11"'UC'l'1l| an w. pnHish vvithgreat pleasure, thcpro. him to procure and send a perm I ashore on the Florida Reef on tli'1, I

t t I io t'a ihe righ's of i bos ceedincr of Town Meeting, convoked for for the purpose here proposed, and that tit eof: the ?3>1 instant ; but was speed 1 (I .1' ,

.\. t. I ,._ It'" side, dare IHI the pii<*pt> e of rievuin measures for the aid Committee make report on Saturday e.""ell !h y the stoop Brilliait, Capt. 1 .s_ ;\

,I -i di-t ,ilt\, I ,u> no i lvlproportion. i iII calling of Minister of the Gospel to this vcning, rah insfMessrs. She was hroiiglt to this place :
I an
t rger l place. dandier 1 Pinkham 'Ji'
t and Stroh el. The amount of i
t salvage
L awards !
ti I
rr ld
u auutJ.. .ml! I It has been a subject of reproach, that I severally addressed tie meeting, .1! Court ( //.t
\' I 'r- I" 1 .lul of hew' ("uul : wl.en.upon was $400. The cargo waoft I
the ht\' hitherto 4 little toward its putting the question. to !!
oQe to as the
h' passing with the
1 F'1tl' 'H'f h shim U. :nnili i.b to I exception of some hal i
....'.' I ,f ", ;' n'tntUaslit'ellani.I'M .-., moral tl' \+ ve'relt 'I 1 he motto of philankM.e the Resolutions, it was carried in the at ..m.I .1'which were thrown overt! card i t

rl '.s l i ,.l 'Iof- I of the non vof th'UPf i I' WI-MVM TBTl.T: Qroo I ative. her She I 't ,1.

'. d! )',.. ". ., ". iljw yuodi, pr tac-,I bU. "*- A" 1 Uit(i ;. touches. nothing which i iw it 1 Onj tilJu. it pasrcolycd/Th: .!he Ho.rC .. Jay* proceeded OQ her voy:" 'iJ... .l'. i iI .

I I I t. ._ Mi| (*.,r>l>l.._ ..,... :/i1'wlttet aHaro tits .Wulte ,,_ .... ,itt;" -- -a "' 'Gf"F. I \
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L ; 'gt 11 'wus 1'qt uaduiuctu; ....... ;"R ,
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: cgsri9 iunou itii dos aq
jo uiui *, q> tr i. un\d 19 I
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+ 1\
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'oatial U > > ttt. 4 j. ijft liOOIS 1 '.k"" ). ;''f' 11 \ \ I

S -' $ jo was, ... *IH n itul vn ir! tall?* '"'At l\t. C JV"'''' UPu'o\d\a. ,":I: .. 1 a.. .. 1 \
t r ... ... -;.' ....' .

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-"""' f".If,1f'ormnurnmrr '
.. .. ,- .."
an On tnr tevftrsi- of Companions Columbus -TJv W' 'n8* Doctors KCAWIIV Mid Ir-xTr.n "r ti1. .

I ,',' ; 1 I fll'', I ri; S. Na\ yp ''d K< \ v\i- r.u c t(
scr LLA\7:l tJ ( t> \s ii- i 1'1 i /'( 11" < a '"'-

--- .--- < 1\11\; < di' ..f"I i /n lii \\ h-I i I lIlliH'. I "'I'hi'! is! a di! hji'fnl: vdu'I, Ifr the lust 1. for I'll.Sola. : III good) III nit It.
the I.I hi. i -i, ... I |i-;' ;ji'Ml Jr.'I'I', !' tiprcd pn fare: !Hi.l\ -a: \ :" ,it t'ie 1"1"1| (/' "!' 1tl 1 ., ..... '. .,... .' TC"; '"

'1i11ln after'.purl> I ,, d \ '."\ !s ,cj usiiiii ; III:" swoul, :iitid 1 Mli.t laa'ILIn1I: : !spnn III;; 1.1 ()..' II ,I. g"AL\I! lC:
the 4
.iti/1' a'
I < \ a. |111 -( nin,! ,, ;lit'i! <,li\e-l I -liilicb ( liiml-us;, mnhe <'eni'| -
i lhe Park on the day his .I.i""< I I Ill i tno tlgol i: :f\\\ of the pedestal! was timpls of adventurous! I nipl|l. I"rnit' lo uch.CU'thcerstctl'Iizeleflunl'i '-"'-..:..:.r-'IHT",., LLIGtTCE --..
.. .. ..
Parliament House, .il-v-i': 1 half I
-- -
I ;; pri -< n I d tin art': hoe (,1'1 Inl| rht +iwien I hums 1 /dl d by -omiillusl'ions I P.ILT) tr .' .
rior to tho royil) etnuli!I ,11.v,I1 nin :: Ii J. h ) "I.:: i':-----J
|rt'! }'I"! .M 1" ron d i iId'! \ (l-e tired t'' e piedeus. i'i. y-humiMi:! 1- __
vvasdn ..
1 my aMeiiiioii of: ji'iuob' : ..- "ile I'e le.1.1nceineril 'tfiut: ,i1 otiiblrms) ,) the balniu-e: and other\ m ig- \'iII!!*yltameiya i plid<<1/:1,1/: I I' \\IJ dieustotiesaivlold. A.vlV1'.ti I :

; 'lila.1 t Misme. Ainniu\ lhi, >e four l.guies; I : .--"N. ; /' bo C11r1It'91! See h; I conn) Brig t*1lupeCrockerlt
jte \ '\, ._._
v\MPiipla\ed \\ihmurh:: ; ta.-iieaiid: i l s : "",? tiilcnco, salt? t lTuitllfO & .-r. C. crt'
nl.I fsow the I IMS 1I:1I1-t :
I is -nut 11.) thl" \\ )
llien.i''Sofl'nylaiid t !, t the I'll:tm :; : k A commitiucntecll.nuic'1. !( 'lIsIIlUgtOil (.Tho MoitnM lopc'trkl t'olnu.lto bt. laj

\erhan tie plttisi.'ie 1.1 Menn }!c I tullaud, null the Snuih-Auu'rican States.A IVlecrapb, states th/InOff\ than one *and arrivi' I ,icro in distress, luviagfupon ;

? as to iikntify! Ills !puson> ) n,- .hundred members of /"U i>!', among the Diuiiilrbeadcd; Shot Keys,/!'

uceti' mo to i 11111 with 111(' lal bevho law I as pasM-i! m Blame! to prevent any whom me members of /'J''/' hoi.ses\ \ h'cgi'clI sustained {'() !\idcrahtcdatuage. I .

m \ with Jus giooinva? I theii D/V bs!'te*, ('xl"t.'sSImg I'e -. 1 l8 bChi 'I'oisuu, Cobh, New-Y- }
not names 10 !
1 U regular l'hpiciauflUl11In'll'I
)person ,
( k. Ai ibis inou.ent I vMMies-- 'iposeand' attempt I, dry goods, furniture,jerked beef, &c l''
1'la\\, for medical .
ine ;my thing ihcirnppiobaiioiM.p Greene. .
tiiC mobt disgrucetiii, :;( ('111':0> mi i
: and' Ulli.fullI1l
Io gi"o '-
I IJfrrstr to dials/r ; \
IIthin' prevent ['I) ho 'I'uHon was biottgl.t in wreck
,, ran piciute lo Engsstneu.! ; An I Dnylisii I.an- ; ; a ,
*. .\' and st.d.ihiy/'be ; : : inp run upon tl e Honda Hoof, >% l.eiij: I 1 1
fob sun ounded; the/ Duke mid I < *. T'wy' declare( '
Rur c'8' Engagement.The gluge in the United / voyage iMntan/.us.l; 1'.t I.l I

who with. Manly fortitude boie lint-ton Patriot efthe 61! 'list observes'hee 1( 'inseives gratth a/hal tLu' American .l Sloop Hrilliant, Packer; Florida I"

//1(> insults ot a lawless nun ml'ulilti. I igj'gemcnt; ; of tins wonderful boy closed I Dictionary b.dsfa'1"1 imliul: work, : wrecked JIIOtll-P. C. CJict-ne : 1I I

tiiDans, hisses, and g.tavX'tally : thai the elemeuia.. I March '22 Moo! ,> t lendidbinitli| l'li :
I !last evening. Ai no tirw have our citizens ,and eAllivss n ht. I
l bestowed him ..ihocifeiations !Kccf goods fruin .\inulct
M.ip J.V
on \\
comnuhem.selca to general l lIt < "
been books will
actuated desire
by to n to
; strung '
of *' No head. Ship: Amulet, Winsor.lVotn Uoboutui ..
s' puke i ,
uUend Iht 'I'lieatu'{ as during his )elfirnlances II\.'. to \\.Orll'UIIwitil
hitiiace; sllrrounul a e.irgi!!: > o
Seeing 'that the engrossing '
; and the delight they experienced' is I further sp, )! good! furniture, slues, tlsli, &c. was n i
ides vviih i ot furies 'ud
l I a crew usage' l> WebsterV
1t'8": > r.
may be mfcited from the continual premiiiins commit H-esolC/1; cii on the Ut'cf-\'l'8wl total!) l\Jat-g.,

gravel by a mob, I feailessly paid for that half of the boxes whichwas Dictionary thei/"uric' morlhegiapby. part t'f the t argu, crew & pas-c.igers si ;
s person, and Actuated by 1 die : I }'a"f> J. )'. Decatur and .Mr.
,, .+ put at auction, after the! first six J1igh'jVl' cl1gcrs ( ,
old British tch 1 boldly took his performance.( The whole/ amount of I A letter fro/iihlaltar, dated, Jan. 14< I ran 1 ,
;\and loudly/ sang out, "'J he pietihiiins during ibis pdiod, 19 nights!! and publish{/n the' NVw-Iork Journal I Sloop Brilliant, Packer, Florida H( .
ngtonfoieveil who dare uis l.l t '? 'thai the U. S. Sh.p Bos- Ccods from wreck Ship \tllulct.-J. U
I ds $247450. For last night it ";18 $122 ,Commeice, s/ bead.Scltoonrr.
+ \atcrlOli? /At these words
a 'the 12th. Com. i i'm
50 Yne four d I fon.airivedI0
; 1 !I nights previous amount { Thistle, U'hceilon FI
joined me. A pressed forward to $180. The receipts: the Theatre, ex ': ter was sot' '/I boatel Tin- Ship was to Herf goods from wreck :Ship: Amnlcl, '

\ sed the Dul '- "why my lord clUIlfof premiums, for the five weeks, sail in a ft.\/.ys Tangier, 'to It'a..c11., \Vbitrhead.' ,

.. ..." ,,our groom cash boldly among were o\{'( j$' 0,000. til'r e A./)rice, as Consul pro tern in Sloop I.ihrrtyVilbur, Havana bj ,
t' : \IpT t'rascal?, and secure: : one of them 'to -,' placeof* C/a 111 Mullown)', hodiedabuut -Master.Moop II ,

*'* '- ke an example of?'' I'i Ie Duki icplied'uat l By ananival) at boston from Nns nl1, three! \uiJ''efore.'' ( Our Consul at Tnloxdiedalsoahnut -: Relief, Packer, Havana, bal ; IMa

;::r can I do sit ? A: ibis moment aM learn thai the/ Slaves wrecked at New-Pro ': poll, C.I \ Ilm'of't., le.kIJl'.-. \
f S > struck' tho Duke on his check ; bea videme( in the brig Comet, pare been released before; a1'lp"'. Ridgway. U. S. Nav} m wreck Itridsb William{ Kins, Darker, cotlon, ::1
ok his head! applied a key lo' the door thnsoccasionetl for the Brig Marcclla.-O. U'
and sailed on the27th Jan. in the fill they/ pre [ lie Urig \farCt'lta|| from: Ni"' .
.is office, the !back,of Downing siieetJulio schooner rarah-Jauefir New-Orlrans\ogc- I leans, to (JrcoiuK K w ill.flatc. of C

Park, and escaped: their further fury. ther with Capt. Staples, and the clew and SI'llt.At..- der P. Darragh, PursoU.! S. Ship was wrecked! near Capo (Florida or,

|ile. the Duke was opening the door,miySi passtngeis: or thc (.runlet. Btslt, lied on the jiassagc lo v ibtaltar Ibtli 1"t'hrllar-VC8Srl totally lo -t

were flying about in every direction ; In tL Business all kinds wase.x1'1. and cargo (ill damaged state) avrcd.

I lined round and seized the arm of one Mr. A. C. Miller of Charleston, and I ,ill tit dull' at ,that place.Match. .-Clurlctt'M Sloop (lljdeiMly Place, I F loridu

ft IW, who was! about throwing a large'. John Jj. Irving have undeilaken the publication : ; Ut1 y, 17111 \ Foods Whitehead.Sloop from. Iho wreck Ship Ainiil ,

31 e at the Duke, and though/' an old tar of the Southern Jtevicw for the next \
0 aids of sixty years, held him 'tijjhl!. un-, tlneeyeais, nnd'lJ. S. Legaie will be associated g: 1I0\OnABI.Jo:: CHARLES' ItVAUiillAN. ton from Energy wreik ,trig( Page.Htrcl'lIa-O.O, Florida Hcef-.

ti was compelled by the mob to relinquish:: t, with the editor Stephen Elliott, intneLiierary ; Schooner Florida, 'Uiiokc! Florida )

91 told, and for the first time scud bets i \ Department. The patronngo I lit ientlcm in, who has resided fill Cotton from wreck frig ;\latccllaa -f ,

Ihi'iiciny toavoid having my upK-r'| works j of I the people ot the South:) is pariiculaily f this hip Bnno ,- ra. ,.i; (
e near governmentus ,:
sc ely battered. But although I fled befoiiliis j ; years Sloop Fish -
: due to tins::! work Alert, Florida Reef si ,
tliuiik Majesty's: rlmoy Mxiiuo'-dijisj-y: :;; ;nit.;; ', I0.0 '
disgraceful crew, I \ Piovi- lIara. j'
tie: c I was and did nister l'leniHilcuiatv| ; ', is about to Vlsl: Stoup inu .1'. Stealer
present my dillY ass: The Annual Commencement of the ttary- St.
.EI 'igland. Thepiojirietv' } ul'lusdrlhutnltul' t'iittori 1'lacn
ishiiian, by endeavoring lo P':'eve it IIIn \I A. Cochr :
Medical Ctgt ot fcuulh Caiolina look; s splendid hospitabiv lu. vxlftump rbI: :> Pi/arro lloxie
5.1 brutal gang of miscieanfs fiom) injutj -. : Florida I
; a brave man, who led to battle +ib<' plucu( on the t igh.cfjith ill lall'1' id i ii ties, alit (-).cdl'IIuf cha ae.er. hud en ton from wreck Brig: \ an cllll-O. (

eOI I tried loices against the o'clock, a piocesfion (ruusl ting of his 1 livlcellency sated him to our society, iitid done unit hfo. lutli :\lnn'h-HIIII(1:: ( ,Morning :Slur:: !I I

'Lu common eno- tllo (WerJlI'all Butethe Ho/c1 ." ,'1' 'hat hann"iiv and :yood I\'dlllJ,! IlavanaUlass &C.-.I \' lit >head.hloop .

r OJY i ope. the Jutiies..Ise' kevT\Jleniv.:- : ilu-n- -lint.. -n-/which it i is (the inuiti' 1 *of tlie I"wo countries: flaclo: Park, Havana, ColTci(
'orrf cv i
pO" cnt of the London Times,. luuncil H. I). Nfwcoinl.!
ant and! the PrincipalProfcs-i, 'Dcieii>li lovvditis fueh oil l IT. Asa lI.nrl It&c
y' and 'J rusiees of the Charley ('ull, IGtli. :-'I.up ..ar, Mien, Hill( Ha
: tin of that, I II'lI"1| wli.cb/. our cttinmuuity I Lea frnit-.udstrr. \
,. 'ire Medical Society', thc Faculty und lovvaids h.ulsulnt't.l'the; ''' mos. di.sMiigiii.slie Hoop I. yslic, Willcox, Havana, '['r !
jihe 17th inst. the fi.neral OhSt'Il'li' ,
/ of [ del s ol ,the Medic Collegt anti a e !! l m,< nll.,'rs, d'! Cuug;''es' -', !into mil!:ed will co-\\ It'. II. \\ all. i(

brat llKxcellency theLibeiator were celo- own.'ei of Cr.izeiis: ) moved liuui the 11 I II | ihe i wns I i f !11'1' Aieiifpolic.: .II:1/ i\mi)!; ;il :Sdir. ] ><>lta, ,liott, St. Marks, cpttd ,
II t tLt 1101Church Cathedral will'I cal to ihe Luv. 1111 : Mar l '7i I
the decs' College ermau :Ball 10IllS ,ItSllIlg'.I"I! lillt'ICIJlI onTuesday Moop Lotrrpri/e: Aliriori,
pomp and nia, r-niriccnce! whiclirciLtnnces I hii'Ch, which ,vas pieviously occua I by +: .: l\f'lilllt'-l, t', /'tli graph. vana, fruit Cotliell and I'ilc.l*

tr would rx'rrmt. (Preparaloi) ta.ge assemblage of Ladies andmen. IHt.-i Moop r) ,II'JlI'ricau: liurrowg, III /

to d| olcmriity, the Cll'lrch was adorned I DIVIIIH ftci-ice .11 I by ballant-i aster,, "*
wit', eytiy and black festoons, and III iisir I Kyv. Mr. Jh/u.JalllIncr/! was petfoi.ts \v/'II 11,,,, TheU. S. bhip: lv.n.' I y)JU.MJjJ t'-:' .-- aV2.' trig Pearl, Wilkins,
I 8i.>; 11. Kti.i'Ti.K; t oiiiinanilei f'r'tl" VorK ; (huntier &e. F A Ii i
.s I'lacfd a luajjinrjccirfcnmlapfi. I ruehc.
+ LOice.:. u( M. \\ ollli'rrcd inr'y' CM ,i/' aT'Mi.'at' !' I't'IINa'ola! on the 211 II,<. 11 '!,I. Sel
; I
i 46 'jnigii, composfxl of a base 21 fort 't I l aunt r Henry, l I'm: *>rj
J I )1'grt'1 I
seven vnao.ua.e&. he Houoi
'* 1\1111' a'destal7 feet high, with relief pi-, ; [slant. (M.rc!: !.,) ton, building that rriah-J U'hitchi' i
1 of of 111cvl.ciue was conjM "IMI" ['I 11.(4 irli.'Oiirr Henry from Hn8tonho
'1 / IaSLtt, and an obelisk, adoined with military J. M. { of .'-III'Hito('. ..
: '1 ituuisjy, l\uuX\'ill ': Mo': II{ with a cargo of material for '
-til A wrier' m 'he'Uuson! -lIzl'MO
: On ihe front ol t the base i recommends i
os. wa
Tne Piemnun Ci.rlhe best .
(a SilveiDamnation '; ing a liglit-lioiisc at Cat-Island, ran '
| upi
jnscnll I shaded ihegi( !Itin.. upol'siibofipOniH, in .an rt:I
letters .
In of gold, on a in die English I 1'uagivvas Floriila licef' on !tl I le morning of tl
group f jasper; the folll.vinL! words: awarded ny the F.icnl'.y, ) 10dernaii erick W.ir-[ of "llit. brave Poles, illlJ.t.ir. Ftti'gslcs: ;: for b I' !\! art'atlll/ having I'pirn got "'}'witl, I Ilihtanco

Generous Carthagena of this/ city. Tne 1111110..1111 : berty.Americat ui t tl'O' H fI"'kt'rI'a\ brougl \
-1, this Purt--Cargo; all aved with
In : thet
11,12 Thesis
oOcrcd for the
ally best I I. :
Uteived HOLIVAIl Guest ', Cnie/nlo.y.-r.! '1'. A. Cot tion of Home, bl>N I liim thrown uverboiThe '
as a awarded the toJucl\ W.
lid contributed to his Glory by Medical $ 'Iy ,1 tad of ;i'liiladclp'ii' i, H about' lo pnbli.' / h, ii I Court awarded('1) salvage" '

Jy 'ring! him with a Liheral Hand Wyman, of ll..IIlIwelJ.If' tAt'lci"C'M: of,:! 'dcffrripuon tho M.nint Nbrll.1/ ; 1/.1/, !IJ.jnited .. '' 24. Sloop jjoreto, Barrow! "'

The elements of tile day were closed by ,/ppropriale and ;I States, with! coloured illustrations vana, hallaslBster.;

EU'I Y ANn VICTORY : mieiesiing addtes-s u. ihf/ radr! :ales by Ur. i iI. Sloop John DrnJHon, Pitch, III _

J In 1830 I. .\!. Campbell, III(' Pi entof the Medical wine &.C.-O.O'Ilara.

She affoV-d him a refuge from ingratitudEalld I Sucu't)'. We are/1')' lo learn 'thatthe.tledcal | I i There woSfSiyp'" tliu National Journal, a U French Jfrig Kmmina: M '
I a flourishingcoiidini.ii gent'lal expectation on ,the last! niL'h'' o' Havana l"alla l-P. C. Crecnt-

ft Inconsolable envy.NV for his loss, and Iollele thai; I/'rat very less strength! | 'ihe session, that the Piej ident vvouhl! pl.t U 25. Mchr.; Venus, Dalton.CJon }.

\\e his veto the ilutisr' and days, provitioiiii, wine lumhi-r
rend"rs this homage! and fij' !stifles Ille rnunifi- on Ligh'- Cumberland ,
To leis 'duus and venerable remains. improvement ; Kond hilly B'lt he retnineil! all ,Ih.I,. J W Siinontori. Passenger, J W S
cent and nageof the Siateio-: fji: .
I'l'l.ea'd ton
| <
p :'hills \
: sent 'to him with Ins official approvalnp
; .,
On the Ie 'se of the same ba.e was inscri- ward it, and ampl'alzt-'s, be! warmest I I |>eiided lo th"m, without/ any evidence ol. 27. Hloop Tickler, Park, I I' .
of It/t'rdy. na, ballant-Master.\
I Wd tIe following : expectations doubt .
\Vhen imp ial and grateful' posterity shall l \trletton\ Jll t'rcury. orhostilily.A 4 Schr/ Florida, R<.,ko, I.'. '

ect altars to the Beef sugar, &c. P.i. HrtH"" I
Henefactoij.f / | Resolution, passed iho Senate of Pciinsvlvatna Florida U from Ihr wreck of ho scbWavcrly > i'
Humanity, they will give a Artificial La J/-The Albany Dairy -
distill iybetl i place to thai of the Adveilih. 'J'i""s., that on Thursday" by a vote of 19 toi Sellers, of and fur Now.'
Four i r' a new Lamp H triu'I iScnatorsiind from N e v.ll1Cria, and last from !thin '
(j. of Ihree Itep.ltlics i iii < lingoui tequetMn;;!'
On t AmericanC/'ontinent. is ".oed in diayiy I the light; of wluc.i l IS':J Jmosi our It'ine'srtllatiaslnlunrt's to etc thenexoitiotis whence she/ nailed on tin |1311.J..rd

: bidhani/'I very" soft and delicate. ran asl'ore < On the reside was- this A lamp of/* adescriplion at Kuicker- to procure the |+a.vsage;: of u tat Florida Light-Vessel entirely lost, I' '
Inscription : fitted authorizing theKubrfiptii-c, by !lie if'uNnl I and saved.
To \ugiut lanes Ludil'r hall, the diniiation of all cargo
OF Ijovernment, of $ I ,(X)0.JX). 'II u n Chesa- j
1 R. ,
( \
; oaJustandGrateful. ea-sly ;;I >eakeaiid Ohio(;all Philatlelphia i aper. SAIfJ;U. '

Agoodriti fi;)' tin, uiiii/futsuseil 1 t t-y use I'rllpril.rouwl/ I March 21. Sloop Liberty, Wilbur I I' "

disiHe naJudiciouttagi.trate i lie |1'01 out hl\lt'liShl. Wci Birdsall.j na, ', : t.bJoop 1ti>\

\ 'pjuished! Legislator. i'hr| his used! inlbe place uf oil can ) The President) of the Unifed States ha' Brilliant, Packer, Florida Steel* I'j'
served lgr
cc .
|manded, and CODa ded his ,IJtj lls t 1 lor sixly-eigln cemt is-gallon,, i Iuallull recognized f'. W feV'miitt.{ I>,. n... Consul 1 last.

Country. ""lIchassauJ to bum aslo( ig aaa-4 of Prussia, for Iho PUI t of N w.OrlcUlS.: last Sloop Belief Packer, New London, 1

I On the t ifl was the. following : "oallun II ; there is no wick consumed Sloop Mary-Ann, Shalcr Charlestoi:' I

OL1H, The following: Hetnlulion' jiasfctj tin' ton. r

I Though favor hy fortune, renounced its III the Louisiana Advertiser. IIoiiw I of K 'piew-n'auvi-ji: : of the I'nitidStates :Schooner Florida, Hook, Florida ff t a

And ittractions, '1' 'ulleratioll: to Tt'u1IIas, t4'aton! was : ,on the/ last day of itbMvsioiiasolral. : Ijalla\t. t
I consecra life his repose, tea his whole' 1tlll't.- J'vvelve or thirteen vcsswNin / That (h,> Picidei: i of for U March M.chr.. Segurida Andrea, 1 1naudez ,
to th
i good of his Country. tlllp j Havana, fish.HyderAlly.
art :ii abtyl the trade l>etvveeii ilia- Stales !tje r' iuei f(tJ' 10 renew and lo prose- Sloop Pl.. nj _

Un uitrPpM Sofier,;skilful commanller.I, I t II(; [and ibis, all ot which wenrruvvded entr front !finis :Ll.iuw.cull.l.cuxiutwY,,, 4Iir ce.

>'ictoriwifm a hundred battles, I ttv dl. glal1.. : 1\.OY-J: 'CI.J": : ... ... .r'J'

Ue gAve Li'ertj and Laws to his Country]. -- A --. .. -\-.. n.Q..oY s -"'; !\, }INvaU : q( of + IA wi 4 '
And !Julie!! the1" I p ._ X
oaeyt-d<< .
-(1YQ ; .11
I dill
011 lap tttl3( f 'tuoJ plltr fly drl.,1te'1aat
I'.jl'lluf nj. l jour au ltr P 9.1 "Ln' It, t"" .., ._ ( 1 Il, Ina 7 Jo t(1l rj. N aJ' i ao4t{ "hTy
: tripocJ wrJcli llj' I;' ::4!a l!i,1 toOJ111tiat J 'ittsl i ', bxlt Irlrll nuw r+
Ir' .", .,u'f a\oqw 3n.4 t4 ....pJO &&IV wp vla It''l
7\ ) ''I ,1111 op 0J"eJ1x- .'; uryuwlt+lsru.IprnlaH jlrrrulldl' rlt t 1nt;, K 1 .11 Ldt mil iitw"lq} > 'r rf +hrfBad !o
L .Z" ......, ...o.a ....,. Ac1JO puv'.I.tvwt'J."I! \ll') "r. t pli pJa1I $)op 1+iItr1 tbh -'

.' / 'J'If3\"uo upaaatd! IOU WJ JJP 'IDJlJJlw. .J! J! 4t* l; vl'11 1 !14'1 Z. u I'aplttw vi 91at
Lyn '.MudJlId attJ .1"MiIU 11ri1l' uLil tltl tlul3.1 ,1 to K pluacr( 2 a$1$ Iu 1t1,1itall ,
., I tM10UdWt all 1.10 t ,j1I10J .H t1QJ\f. "q JV pui 'p'
.'Ie" yo nlaaatta tutl wcs Los palply OJ r&I,uAJ I' t:'o..L.Jy.. :V- tM 1rillrlata s'd ) 'd PrrEleaat laK u1) ainol; 18rJ x'11'( atrjiawc r t..af lt

3 4 I :rIO J..q" 'JUc;) ltJI J'" un.u"I essay .rq "IIII.J! dot IdUI ...:jUI1. ,,) >etw !i ulyllM retui ( :f pits (llun Jr ,rr,; tilt ill 'ca'lrt(,
', w1! a .lthrti of algcll la tA B of I" WW rn( are: lueslt> .
M / .;( lNl1 :, ) Of:" tY l1gUy at+t .U.hJIAUO;, I k1'iii ) IIUlJJJodJo wit' .J' 1'IVA11t I I l r: t a::
1 = LUlU ..
) :r.s. ;111ryA lY 1011 p !I f >aQ
ulUYwlno .p."J'r3tTp
r IItdh.'Ie"' .IJJUIQ ,J_ ou1 L-Lit"
.. .
....JiI. ;: -
rR ti

.. H"_ ,,' .7...' _.n. ,,. -. .... ',,.. .-. ._ ,. .- .
..... _-. ---M.- __4N..mtJt;. _':"' ,': ,." .. "

tettao tsatr; tilt cowa cspccraUy >as it was: at tri s riccs\' o liable to py full Jotngc The United States of Amemcrica. -'"isti ei tints .3o algtm BtfLDAfcfttM" t., '
Estadiw tnidd o1
guggeslion that excellent individual had but if tide of the Reef and within two; quien tori'i-a rr a
\ ifim S..idaUi,-us Armas, bcsiido oformi (Ifni.;
miles \
i entered into public life. o Light-House on Key West,the
,v U I.. Alderman Kelly ':n returning thanks, d..- saidlish caring K.: N. K. the said ve "cl I'I SOUTHERN JtDlCiAL: DISTRICTOP1"J.OltUJA o' qualesqneia pane de ella ; y tests' {,;,!,

\",, sully 'Mend, dared 'bis strong friendship! for the LordMayor J shall pnyllfpipiage. pct.d Capitab o' Oficial Alandarido i algl1n

P it* Sal] ; whom be l hid+: known for n numhe!r Sec 6' 'he Reef shall he considers I To 1,. M. STONE, Marshal of said Di, Fragafa o' Marco quo sea, o' qmuiombarca .r

bend, of years and was pialifi('(l to discharge the when the r"billonsp on Sand Key bear: S I triet.WIIEUEAS : on f'1I1conlO Marinero, fI' .' to

1 I .7 pia" ci/tics of the otlce be had been UIHJ IIIIOIJS. either 1-:. N.r;' SY. s. W. JtIl1t.D.! SMITH, Mas- jnaleequera tnodo lleva ( (1 Sijo slat/ t

}Ong pain ; /appointed to with ability, zeal and indcendrncc. Sec. 7. AVf"l! elll liable 'to pay pilot, ( wrecking Sloop :SM.BN: Soldado, o' qimn deja de t'lilicgar! i[f

I t t, |) lie oonrlutlnl by proposing the! ago, !bound fni( this] Port, shall' pay t'IC', DID, has exhibited: his libel( stating, allegin" licho tldado a la -rdfn del Ou'cVjiandardo !

y, I D. health of the Lord Mayor. same as ves-eUntcrmg: but if said yes:Iel I and propounding, That on Thursdav. !\ sera obligado a pagiit uijmnlia

I Ills! lordship rctujncd thanks' and Adverted !: shall choose tcUpart.withouta Pilot, they the third day: of ,11arct,1631! he discuvcic.. Shun ladescrccion dc In Vorta q'f'nga P

t y"siog, with great WHimih of feelingto the', f shall be fiubje l but !half pilotage. on shore on that I pan of the Florida Reef coH'cinnento del minno en qi|.

fto !!ell ; ''I manner in which he 'had been elected to the Sec. 8. All Xgels except wrecking yes- called Pickles' Reef, a Ship lying; upon; t.f I If stjueia M.rnn ii,,0 sin idn anl-a re TrLrienlos

t eat 1'Mpcll.llattono nns!,. office of Magistrate. He was bound forev, aces, smacks a easels under charge o beam ends; that on approaching said Ship, pesos (>' putsto: en Ij prici|i

pf s'tc he declared in ties of gratitude to his I wreckers, entctti or leaving this Purl ascertained her to be the Ship A tt'LST, ;por tin teiniino tin tiendo aid.a: de U)

low,J jcr -citizen for their kindness! to him- through the' NorlfVest" passage. and draw- commanded by G. WI.NSOH from Hostoi., ann." ,

i'. kindness which was sure to bo more ac inS four feet wat| Or over, shall pay two hound to New-Orleans] laden with a valuable --APPROBATORY' ---I

Blur.nj displayed on the occasion when unworthy dollars per foot toy, Pilot tendering Ins' cargo,consisting of Dry x 'oods, Provisions TESTIMONIALSOF

or interested .motives might l lac as'Isigued services; nut if"1tt.'Sscl ioes not receive and other Merchandize, &' ..&r.- UNIVERSAL MARINE THE TJCLLGRAPFJcf

.j' C f;j adiciijlono- + : for conduct which deserved a roar aid Pilo', half pil0le only shall l he paid ; That he was requested by, the Captain ol ,

charitable construction,ccr9,) If he l, if a Pilot does not Kler his service outside ,said Ship to do all in his power 'o relies nrr'OR" tIc ( < n ittet of O.1IierVQ'.

e... 1..".. .,triYt ...\......,. !1llt.lv'." -'J i.....L.*->.n. ........ -n sw.rioin..-... _;....notQ.._.w -nl"r. '-.'n...!;.ftI... :_"

bow were strung'' + interest, he knew the generosity of f Haft pilutn ('. the other vessels, in taking out cargo, nm; Hags was referred, baving carefully exam

t J tar thec! liD, 'his fellow citizens too well, not to be con Sec. 9) When two (more Pilots shall 1 I was incessantly and laboriously engaged fin ined the Signals, and experienced their utility

.'all "lflg.hu \iriced that they laid no censure upon the tender their serviced to vessel, the first about six days,in saving said cargo; That, at sea, recommend the tame to uautJcal
r I it or PointN TIU; y.) intention, and he, should endeavor to do alongside shall he accep and] if refusal),, at no time, from the violence oft he weather, sier Brethren, as bang more than extensive and et.
distinguished Signals 1
1\' _" justice to the meaning of his heart, by keep the said Pilot t, shall he Oitled;; to rccivcd was it possible to save said Ship, before she have ever seen {ft use io any this country nrjr:\\jii
1 ( ing as mncii a* possible from amours I Ihe;I gulf pilotage, and in united
t Bilged, consequence solely of the feel confident t every one ,who. will 'e
1l'I: stragglers in the march of intel lr-ci-(laughter Sec 10. When a PifteJiall discovertwo exertions of himself and others, the very them a fair trial", will be convinced tat I

t mac) i ifl given, Wp and cheer*.) In fact there' was no cirj I I or more vessels, it shaf} Ills duly to valuable cargo of said Ship has been saved they are very ustful and valuable invei i..

wing it, although cnmstancc of I Ins life which was not in someway !! vis't' that' which +is nearest,Was a signal of ; and that for which he is entitled to o ono \
i llut or other connected by an obligation,, distress be exhibited Tile Committeehavinff also examined 11f\
( 1 !! ': militate aI on ont,0re emote; literal compensation as salvage: and whereas '
r I ainlugustinc, lijMin his part, to those WMHC Chief Magistrate and any Pilot fa ling to cots| with this I the Judge of said Court hath ordered,and method of using the Signalsjn tills Mar Jr., !

| mparjl a Priest 'he hud (he honor to IK;. His Lund pruvison, shall furteit, his Dra,. directed on the twenty-firs, day of the present are fully satisfied teat\ any information tat I I Ireceied

I Ins doctrines, to chip, in proposing the health. of the Amen* Sec II.i When a Pilot shiconduct month(Mat chforall concern may 'be required, upy I e communicate if' ,
a persons from vessel .
.j"Would rag! Ambassador to Russiasaid that he was vessel ini6 tins Port h any using Sigi .Ie ,
.not a trav- s'allle ed
| the prefeiencf to be cited and intimated to appear, a approaching, the hlight-Holise, with he-
to I lifl wckoned into Happy in the recollection' that it had. litrn al> over ail other Pilot' pilottini;I the Court-House at Key West I, 'io. shew greatest ease, correctness and deep 'w-

foljow, the od- 'nys the pridE of the possessors e \ forsuolli I won! I Ion so to entertain distinguishedfureiguer shall!' be entitled) the known be
'Iltee' any to pilouage0we' | l by should not pass as prayed-You are thru- to duly appreciated.SAMUELiM. .

,t'a'. slier .' t' it di ectsi I who mii.>ht visit the City, and I f'1 law,. onlrs.q some rrrxul f->nann-.- .-- i- .......... -I'"_, ''fine.u- -anthllriQI'.L-"- .. .*..nlnnu....1"' ''!.fi....+.tsnwtt... ...... .M.r.nll......... . IIOLLAN t
i \\'otlldbe; to under had now t the 'happiness tendenngthehos CCIVIIIU and taking said Pilot b iewn ((0 I enjoined, peremptorily* tache*and admonial r President of \the Committee < tbj.

'!..ai\'L1 to patience pitalities, of that Ho'isn to an eminent t IInli l the President of t the Town '(:OIlIlCl all persons whatsoever 'having Boston' Marine So IT.
j V I : 'left able foieium-r vvl sat his side. Foi- or prHendng THOMAS ENGLISH, Sec J'
been us by't't'- c. by Sec. 12. Any Pilot charged t>,re the, 10 have anyRight'I'itle'laimor In-
man: in. fitfiierdid rot ? I\-'IC' would call him To\vnCouncilol' -
I nisrpisiH-M Incapacity or ne&enct eiest in or to the said Cargo libelled the
1. I Report of Committee of the New
I Uother Fo )I orrr
,66 in
: American
xclairning iptMkmuof an shall
>: Quid'tleril conviction be
upon dcpriveif against aforesaid
his as by all lawful
kid (It/ill I| ; was Marine ;'oars
cfone doscended y
cutpernm t- w.i was : Braneh.
'J /" (1 vVlmi I II from the same paicnlagc who spoke the Sec neans and methods whereby tbesanenm Your Committee beg leave to repo lid
may ; 13. fines and penaltiesed be made
s. most public and notorious ; to land < tl cy have given attention to thesubjcc and
'. I have actn- irue language; and who iwHM-sbod ihe' same by thw Ordinance shall be recov+he_ appear at the time and place aforesaid having examined the system of !Marinpig.
: o 011 the sea T')- hve of liberty wench was ihn birthriyhi of. fore lie l President of
v q t ej 0 the Town CounCal- before the Judge aforesaid< And also to attend nals or Telegraphic Flags at explai i Id to
tt a pit sage shill tl r I very n ton.-Cheers. lowing 'u the parties, m all instance,ln, upon every Session and Sessions tot them by Mr. JLHN R. PARKER of iJton

and! Calais! boatjillllJJ Mr. Kandolpli returned thanks in a very appeal to the Council. I held there and from thenceuntil Defm Consider them well adapted to cjmuni* f

I t : ito tho>Nave, elegant spcech-ile was peculiarly happy Sec. 14. When a Pilot, shall go on by 1 l tire Seutznce, shall he l read and a >. cation between vessels at Be*-and eJiich, 1
-' osiijiport the bar in being t associated '\ 11''Ii the citizens of the ofa vessel l, he shall exhibit his,Branch, | UJ the said business promulgc. recomn.end them to the owners of Vpeli, !
if them
I I"' .1 Il 4 c-1',ti w, and the great metropolis of England: who, as "'f'11Ifw shall also furnish t the Master or Comm of them shall inclusively and to all nautical: men, as being wcfror< !
i : I. \all tt as !!(. of his own country, we-c descended '! of said any think it their duty, so fiy of their attention, and feel condeot
4 er vessel with a ropy of tins 0 do ; to hear abide and that their merit s
)VILE.'ulInxrareN from the Anglo Saxoin, who spoke the J perform ali and singular need only to he fullyn wa "
nance. ] such to be
t IYmc lalUtllnu('. vtlirtl. was.. .on' I.vtnutmaly:1nd ._...... .I o ", ,, t I!: '1'1._ 1'.11_m'_ __L It n., Judicial. acts as are necfssa: \ L'I ,__,more_ .extensively. .. establisbedry. the I
we real igluvoidvicc : vigorously 7 filplC.Hll1ver.pn -- .p!both H. Hemispheres .J o.>n. $U. 'lie IUlIUWIOg laic vi t ell/*'no uy Law required to be done and credited iUlpplog interest 01 IMS CUT.JOSEPH i
whicH; tage are allowed I : l JOn In the WHEILDO,
premises And further: tciu
t ?it';natlieofiheicoiin- and l which wo'dd continue to m- a vessel drawing 5 feet, $7 00, and and receive what unto Law and Ji- President New-York \
crease and to lie I used : (
I as the vehicle of the .. : : PRINCE Marioelciett'R"IITOPlIJR
'Ifuany" r.llluwt.rt4.i"b .- 900 e shall appertain under the
rand inspiration of when ; pain of the _
liberty olh-
the 7 u.
extension 1000 IW and
nr Ungiiage should; be the contempt thereof, the absence i To Xhipmasters and Omterit .
\. If'rl f "rl'At: +, t he. H"w_ I Ii ., consign to a 8, 12 00 \titumacy of them and of them cif't.ur
I '" \ omb, and l be only found the rcrol every n The extensive
amongst .. adoption of thfi1arin.
i 9" vwisf
notwnl the 1350 .
r ''an.jing !
notwithstanding and
lemons of [x>s erity-(r' 'cr.With every ft ; whatsoeteyjphall Telegraphic Flags. l I 'ii, their contraction inub. <: wish for the 10" 1600 do in the premises von shall del- criptious bout ,
i City tit i London' and with .4 throng the Urjio, ( >rn >cr>
This ia a dtfor- It. 1600 Cary unto us at the time and ed it
:I bedii'p4"f, tveusent'satinde' foribe 'hospitality place aforttogether expedient to establish Apt nit* ia various -
.that when than i tlf.reti- nud fiifinNlup. with which In Loid- 12" 1800. .al with these presents Seaports where Registry pees! are
I would advice the 13 u. 195ti Ikas, theIlonorullc kept for the of
r III pa- ship;had honored bun, lie -uirned :thanks (for JAMES IVEVl. purpose enterfnVess'lsand
I jiT thigh; to be en himself one of the humblest of its sir ..' 14 c. 2300 of said Court for suit Dl furnishing arts of Flags, Sign. Books,
..: a\c.:. them 'both Ito one Cheers. citizens a 15" .. 2700 3\ lllh day of Mare 1831 and designating nunil cn>.
( )
I' whip ;Masters
i Lovola, \\lio,to I 'n l' ...- ........,,-_.. 16" 3200 1 JObLYAN'EYfa; : requested to send DC lheir.retgrn their! froS aare !
.4 Signal Boa to either I
I; |KM', had a consulerablo .! 17" SrfOO
lie sawtil oil: would have 18" 4000 SuPior l.ourt-Jllonroe County. of the undermentioned A gen to ave
) \\ e mthnrizeti inserted,
are to -\ott, therein all the new entrjof desif,
N ht'1l1dlcial
i Pot to the age llippir"ersofLh 19 4500 District' of Florida, so*. catitg: iinrr.trs wbfcl. 1 nvflcurrcd
announce Colonel J A MRS 1 e Pardon
I I : to" 6000 Cpreene, during their a1 sence, and are plicularly
1 j {, (r t"re.: I iiADSPFN as a Candidatefor 21 6500 I i *) Attacbmtnt$4050 desired to chew their designatinnun'berm
t ty
w 22" 6000 Patrick.Notice when entering or departing froibe Port
Delegate to Congress at i .. ff Portland Boston .
M ES, !3" -6600 rehy given of the issuing of -YorkialtifT.ore-/

: } u-W by Oliver Crl>m- an election to be held on the 24" 7000 said all others(\ttacl\ntf and tho said Defendant, to Charleston this and Sand Key. ByWorminp
\\VfIl. Sfc. 13 When Pilot shall be detained \cerned.are required to particular their VesseU 111 be reported *
I a pleAd
first t Monday of to the D claon by the .
May .. .Xt. Telegraph.AGENTS
{ $ in terms of
j !ption i thro'tgh one half : on board any vessel after she has arrived i tile :Statute, .

\r 1 ton and cuuning through r.We arc authorized to I in the harbour, at the request of the \ CN4NAGLR. LEMUr.LMoo J

\ :11: Master or Commander of said vessel, cant Key Plaintiff's Attorney Portland
,. .. _,. __ ..! . :announce the I Honorable ;.r ril".:.... _t.n. J.onn.I. ._ j, _ft .i ft ..i ,WI :.... Vest IH"t.i .--.- .. "' .
V tl |t V'I.i..vu .
"luaU\laIiU :
1111t'rs nt ('onout'l "CIY\ "UR't'I\ ,
i\r- rAIfR
\ J. M. \iVIIirRR I : Candi' Three( D liars for day---- ,
b I r cheated you, orthouliAStonceii:shorn a every such \ /-"- L. CM-servary, Boston.

'I late for re-flection to Con Sec. 17. Any Pilot applying for I SIX weeks aft&ate, j wn, apply io 'Ii! JOHN GREEJ: 'f
i Branch, sJu-ll)), it the lime he obtains the Honorable the J.U. of Monroe > Telegraph at theBatteryNew-Yort.
Counts .
,4 r .,Ivry ta;t ived by anI gress. tl.un'-,1'1I1 into the hands of the Treasurer fur Letters of Ad Vralio" "I"'" I"e' EI. THOMAS NJ-SON Baltimore.,

t l'fiit'ud. it I -, .- TEN: DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the Clerk tate of DAVID L. AKEI.Y JAMLS Excbang
Ilec'd M.
CJr We areanhorized to announce RICHARD for issuing the same.
CharlestonT ..
r. Cf. GREENE. ,
& htf'''trot' rove q thyself, be KITZIMTRK'K! liq. as :a Good.. Sec. 18. All Ordinances and parts ol f Feb. J6, V .OMAS BTIN,

l ,late, to represent the district of Monroe Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance 1831.l'U Key West.
i. kea ima ,in, i il mutlak'th are hereby repealed .

I oftptautfge County in the next Legislative Council for DAVID COFFIN PINKHAM, SIX weeks after da\ we wilt, apply, t o PLUWER8 OF LITEKJTURE, WIT' I
Idom Ittesuceaetq{ i President Town Council he IIONOBAB1R JUDGE MONROE ol/NTV AND 8KNTIMET. "
Msl, t 1,0"'IUr.1,1. -" ----- ------ WM. II. WALL Clerk. for Letters f.'Amin&tion APIVRiOniCALINISCYL1.ANrIIJyDHONTHL1r: : : $

1 ;: 'lOb" oq many whohicjnnworked AN ORDINANCETo Estate of DAVID L. \iEI.Y upon dec-d.ti* Each No. containing 48 rtil octaro pages

; regulate the 1'iI. tittf of the Port !of UifDiniicNED bat ,\. C.Jpp &. CO. of letter press, and embiifhed with one
\ re-eitablisbed
le iron, Key West. THE at this place in a GENERAL Key West, 28th Feb.l"NOTICED Copperplateand severdWood Engra-
[ Re it ordained by the Council of the AGENCY AND COMMISSION BUSI ring;

forgets Vid palest sort Town of Key Wtst, That when any perwin NESS. FORMING AT THE END: or'tE TEAR.A VOLUME

t .1 Iii'hte4iinry.( shall desirous III' having ihe situationof Jon WHITEHEAD. SIX weeks after date, I a\apply to ,jr Or ABOUT 600 PAGI, WHEN AN L1-iC':

i I f>rcc oftrt has raised Branch Pilot of this fort, he shall l present Key West Mal'<'t.. 1R'sl 1llnl'ohar" honorable the Judge of Mu**, County CANT TITLE PAGE ANn ENEHAL: IKUEXAKEADDED.
li tlv. to the Council) a written for letters of t
(r,, must ) lay themidenrpVt petition; Hhereup Admmistration\n, HIP I:.*.
'b} i ii \ on it shall be thcduty" of' the <<< 'ouncil to ap Sale. a.eof: DAVID L. WARIVHAKI { l'C'd IT is now three years slue the pu blicatri

I resent an point a committee of three competent| |,>ersoiis BY and in Virtue of an Order to me di ) FITlF'1'RICh that i of time the it CASKET has commeyed and during

c ilhl L nevtrift tgkt it. to m"ke enquiry) into) the qualifications. from the Honorable the Superior :Key West, Feb. 28, 1831. \ that has steadily aquired a palronge -
toj I' iebu\yeoofan and fitness of the Court of the United States in and for never before,|"s tJelined.bee.n
en- persons applying, and re- tended
to in this
revs Ins ftk purl thoteou at the next Ula Southern District of Florida, I shall any monthly pHication ,
( succeeding meeting dtfeli"ioii country. The con
? proceed to tell at the Wharf plan makcout, at the
;Ai man i P man I of the hoard, when the of the of P. C. nencement of
9 fw ) prayer Green, in tile Town of the last per has been con.tantly *
Key West,
fortunate gMhat I does petitionerbhall) be acted on : all IMotsajv ?8tb iwu+ant. at nine o'clock A. M. on all tho the Extract from a Law o -. pursued, and sue other improve-
t pointed shall, previous to 'n'Mil* adopted and ori
receiving their Tackle, Apparel and Furniture, Rigging otthe : engrafed upon the
' dono at 1 benefit s Uranch, ;give bund with good| and sufficient I Sturgis &c. &c of the Brig (l\I.ucuu. to United Stale, dated tab; ?mal design, as circumstances have suggested -

, 1 $. \ security for the taithfal )performance of their r satisfy Decree of said Court in favor of Ma i ch 1802. and experience sancfoned. '
It is
't d bonne I! dUI\'. Capl. Barker, the Libellant. \ the intention of tbeinblisher to meet
.. ... ..__ .... Also. I _will \ the increased
.It. t.... 1'. n cm t 'I'is iv vi v patronage Wiich tbe CASKCT
Sec. 2. All Pilots n. v.- U lIiUU _.
'f .
'a4 holding a Branch, > a.ltb.uu.* Slur of 1 '''' '' '' '' .l IA. \ is now receiving dent to
corre! () efforts
on .Ui'rnitg i1J, s'all have and use a Boat t fine Hundrci1 I Every jiersonwlio
sufficiently largt'to << and J. ighty- sh'dlpl'Ocure 0"" t. improve its appearance aid enhance its ia*
t tttfii,1'l' enable them to proceed over the Ref and four Bales 'ice a SOLDIER) of the United States terest. The sources whed-e instructive and
; AT T11 t1AN render the aid of of COTTON.Terrat .J.-orl who amusing articles
,'t Pilotage to any vessel I n-- or shall purchase from aq may be derived, are contllallv -
ilvUei quiring tk. ci me ; Terms CASH. Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing r ,- urd' rplvin;! with' th. steady deiua:. '.

i *rd; tendtd eu, +er'neu' t Sec 9. That all vessels drawing over 5 (:'igoed) any part thereof; and any Captain, ol"orartianding The price of subscription to the CASKET,

I t fi-ci of water entering tins Purl, except fishing L. c OiHcer of V e r year, f* 60, if p4id in advance.or $3 50 'I
.II III of +he jler M. STONE any Ship or &4-
now t tbe end of
I siuacis, wrecking vessels and vessels 'l, who shill' enter board year, U scarcely liaTff .*
Ii I4 Witbin 11'MtI it under chiige of > U S. Marshals. J. f). Florida. Vessel on such Shii'i +|I Hinanded for any other availof quait

O dlitlflJll tirJr ''' 0 f Pilotage lierein wreckers after ashall t'\.l.pa) t 1Mra' -- KEY "WEST _.._......,_. 4'1e: carry I, u away one of his such Crew or other t I.!.he country, and it is nut the intpoU'I

any Soldier o. publuber to increase tbat prieeGtrnev
1. -- frQ""ft" ./ '2W- all.....refusejto-* deliver- -turn- up to 'the ordei- s'.,. nt: +.Mdi'trree to enbtJce itri 1 .

r :, nJ"' I 1'"' ttt.., j.'Il.G.; J& ttr'tl "'
quaia Fc r}: .esa bq\ -'
a _(IOIS Jutune out i trl't'CtU uu..tl' .... l'al .rlperl \ I r
t f :...--........ ., -..,. 'AMu l\t. i t;u, JV'-WI Ur- [ ."It. ;>>1" .

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