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: April 27, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
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: 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.
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
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l tildes adapted for ihe Ironies.! <' copied from tidy! Jourrial of '"jt 'pmm -c -;=. !,,,i ,):& This) account as' givwf.'by".'i;'
; ".(' :I. '. '' ', :; mJt b coveringvhich.. ia co-jfc/tiian \We have boerTfipprizrd for stfrhe wtks! of > 't s, tnaVbe true= though\ wo.havo no tits+' 's', :
v It tho Will t 1)'j'dcr 'i' su i. ,' tlt1ff i irtasmuch as it ctittdilcts-- .hiorifll! .vylyre I ,,tyjiese sl, c\ilQL.'l'cvd\UtUls\ oKGibb'sj'oIlt!? ; Une l' recoflcctioii' !i Msucl1, a.circutustancc.Vp ., ry

estin* aad3.I'f t t .i' excess: of cjftehiil' heat*t.p.the boduV 'I undcisiaudingthat it was tho des ro of the \ find liowover bv a rocurjchto to, ouffiles ..
It ,viiI.Hf\ r:y 6 rrlall ; ,'tiiunl1ig, i ii&ftpt the, only advantage, though( magistrate to whom they wero' cot fidrd, "j ,, that ,ft pfrntical r :ilodf'at\d| schooner '
i h 'fJ 1;; 'J.f onc&When takes that should bo fibre' theJUritish. nitijjpnf' teat "-
to trio ror1W fj r '1 great ; a vicissitude nothing published UoJdlo : destroyed,by "
ongated.iti" If! r1)1 )'A war* place, an'd\atmospheric temperature subject until tho\\rre/clied inari should jiovej '' Icarus, pear, Il>itrana, in' the' summer of ':
; AH Wre brig'- O\tJi place /rjll'h/ sinkssurfdenly far belo\V that of tho body, j)aid tlioTorfeit\Uiis'crimes, Svo:, 'desistedfrom ; i824..uritli! reported ; \:aS ark';. possible, with the cotton: still faithful l to its irugt,abstracts comm ttlll lie facts to paper :J Vv:.' .,thiit' .nostoViljoplratcs; ,.when attackeilby: ,",::;)
,: oatiamint decision.off.Court.vor\"ag awardedwiieltet by Arbitration flY ttibrC slowly tho )heats from our bodies, and aro not aware; Mowerer, that any .injxiry" "t her bares, made.for Jho shore and;fled to : .;l
'ttlO t.; \ ariso from tho" ULlknli and therefore {; tho woods. The of found tjiVj-b : ',A
\vi.tisui! h "!"ol e ,\.matters in coonejion, thuspreserves !antore ,steady equilibrium! can ) ( IJ, ; lop war ,
as may be'llocmea( Interesting to thi-" !;';,,own"crsuulerwriters there. To all those must be added the fa- I feel no hesitation in extending. tlu-I!* i\vtlvo vessels, which had ,b.fch burnt'to tho .'i.
and other persons con- deity! wit.h?w'hich it absorbs the perspiration ; circulation of tits horrible tatc.,of.,.p'racy water's, d Ig't and U was, 83hsfucllnly/:;16- \ .. \
cerned. ..r"'t'"r';, 1* '* \tl silo linN would feel qditc wet, Qml, dtH- und blood. "; ccriaincd that 'their crftjw, amounting; to ?
;sufficient/patronage be offered Insi the xpsltrc Il breeze; tinder such (amis TIIU PUtATE.-Tl confessionsof "ow hundred and fifty jM-rsonsj hadbernmurdered. ,.d ; I
a tiarine'ietcgtaptwil! be estaMished at circumstances, would of en occasion a sn-! this? ...".,,.lied being now on the confines There ,is therefore, t-omo.rea-' ,::
land Key. where aU:,YClsel,. passiug: i in.the, vet, and he followed_ by 'dangerous! consKJ- of eternity, to one of the police magistrates son:to. bcilcvo'that; GILLs may refer to this ,o' ,' ,11;
atM lila, rg ptit: t'thlntaelves.qunilrinE > ( tin Veil.a of and ntlhir ,tnd that iho vessel waslheBiiOshslcMptof .
,Ial"ed establishment, .of. a ,quences.1yThequalities: career long d pernto. ";
Mail 'ront bbfween this place andSt. Marks, heru&scril, to.cotton, ate! crimes: and they bring the varying torments a war above mentioned, and not thqKtiterpnse < ,)"
jtrill eoaTMe the Editors to ror"ud.tlaf"r.a' "possessed in astill greater degree by flahliel. of his partially awakened conscienceinto as the pirates supposed. at'lho!! :;:.,;,'
;per rentarly'to all parts of the United TJie: :latter, howl'\r,"is better adapted an existence: that is almost visible upon time. '.:c... .- ,0:
-States.. !tbrunder garmentsiu; cold, )erlpertttl'! or his agitated brow/while lib .lecilcs tho Tho barrjue Transit; nn American vcs/' :',
\. The 1F.Y'VEST. GAZETTE will be veiy changeable climates and seasons, I than horrible catalogue Ho has been fairiliarwith sel.V11. also captured, by them, and,the' -4 t I'
'. ? ;'published Weekly& ,L.on!M a Medium Stoic.TlieTertnsofSubscriptiunFIVE. Select, hy.' 'in those n)rkesd I.t b1: a ,,t'er,''high,' uuct'slead)' ;he scenes of blood- and carnage, even whole! of her crew ,desifoyed.. '. ,,-'
B. D. STROBE i.:: POL-" temperaturc;'r When worn in contact with tint his boyhood, and 'an active'participa: Havana was the general resort of tho pirate .,$ .

LA US per Annum, payable in advance tho.skin, flannel preserves: a modeiate and tor in the commission of CI rncl:' that ares ?, to dispose( of \heif'b< Advertisements inserted at. the. usual.' c'luaLlVatl1ll of the. ; body, promotes pcrspiiation.readily 'aui; With'the! most shocking barbarity. !,about without npprchcnsiou, ,)And .'
rates. absorbs the porsi 'it-d fluid, We. h.ive been unable to ullnin'llul entire even lodged at the same houses vyith manyof ,"c'
!spfjMRV P. A. STRODE at Charleston,;/ '\which it communicate! in conscquencoof confession which ho has made, but the following tho American odircrs who tvcre sent: )lIiJ.
ttliturs) .is the authori/.ed Agent (ef ,the its porous structure, to the atmospheir; brief sketch of his life may bo relied to destroy them. Ho tato- that ho it- tg'r
to whole care all {'O/IJU 'ungAti:be >di n* 'leavinglie skin dry, warm and '(:omit,; table. on as authentic, so far: as it goc3. tluninlcd'witlJ many of the officers, mt", it':, ,' .
an rected.1 Su'wcriptions' [post* paid] may Hence, persons who wear flannel, When' about h'ttcen y eats uf'ogl'; l"J ,was was apprised; 'of all i heir intended! '1t10\; '= t

,.... may, even while in a state of p perspiration a sailor'on board the bluup of war ,Uoitiot: I mc'nU IK foro they left the liarl>or. ';.n
From the Journal of Health. expose then, jfves to thuo i'iiuir, and was in the action when\ site: capUitcd I After their complete expulsion from 'fi tl t
MATERIALS' OF CLOTHING. ; or to a colder atmosphere, with comparative the BiitiHh, sloop) \ of war Peacock, oirfhscoa'si those stay' we are unadvised of lliecoutsd l "l i
The materials of which our ecrnal' impunity ; whereas, if the inner clothing .- of I'(:rnattII It o. ,Ul' l1. the return of of li'jbbs until he buil. d, sonicliini; during .:
clothing i is composed, are so completely was cotnptsed'f linen, or line muslin, the Hoi net 10 the United S1t!! :(.. lie follow the .asi I 1 spring; for (iibrallar, and thence tu ;' f
under' the control ol 1 fashion, that the adVice u violent cold', inflammation of the chest ed the,gallant (,apt. Lawn-nee to the C Ju. Algic/f: in t ho hope) of getting on !board, -,
of a physician: in. relation to them in would, in all piobaoility, bo pioduced. Daring sip; Cale, anti| became a prisoner of war, after i of some of thd Barbary corsairs ;J'he block, *.,.v.,
, seldom rC'1uirf'dnr't'n volunteered is the! autuumaa, winter und spring montiis.an the melancholy icsiilt of her encounter ado of the harbor by the French fleet pro- _
rarely if ever followed. Iu regard to lho.e under dress of flannel 1 IS, m tins climate/ wilts the Shannon. lie stales that picvioim \'C'nt'tltha nrcoinplishiiiuii of his" pit[>Oic: ,-
of o-ir under garment! however, particular indeed in most purls of the tinned Slates, lotheeiigagcm' nl, he crow of llio Chcsaj and ho rcturmil by the the way of i Mar* *
ly of that in immediate contact wilh'tht- an almost indispensatile article tir the |>ta.Bcrvation *uto wus olmobt III a state' of mutiny, Keille3to.Buson.! lie embarked thence for
skin, some degree of attcnion is absolutely of health. The weakly awl val- guvving out of ho, IUIII-I }''ulellt of their New Orleans where ho bliippod. as one of
necessary, in order that health may be pro. ftuOinarian, they who .ircMihjcct to allcc- gaze inoiK-y, and that (headdress of Cupt.Lavviriict the crew of the brig Vineyard. "
lions of the lungs, stomach/ or bowels was leccivcd by them with coldness
the -
J'rve,1 during( more changeable season: Wo have seen two J letters from hint to a
of unsteady climate. w+lo catch cold easily, to use: a.iopulitr| atid murn.if.s. After his exchange,
our The inner clothing of the present day, phrase; or who arc liable to rheumatic p.ins he leturned to Bosto.n, where havingdeterinined friend which,evince since ee.'i'ence some anguish was (Kissed! ut'spirit upon| him but,
from flight exposures lo c std or daii.pin.-sf: to abandon llio sou lie established ;
cousins i of either linen, or cotton, or of theta is conclude that
no reason to he is
wool. Whateve'r may be the dictates flf> will e.\[)rit'nee, fiom a Mess of tint kind, himself in the grocery business, with a penilc'IlL he pothCII'ollgllly
the most l"1'llcficuall.tlCCI1. ll'iie.'and, with cup.iul I I Vii.the thousand dollars j tUat would not, )hy
which he
observes highly!
health, a r'spec.t-d vvritei ; thu of his rush if ho
however wise the voice of the charmer:, the, Ins: acciiaioined good se'rue, icniir': ', that procured drum his fiiends in Khodc.I.slaud. had ttfcoveiy anopjxJUunity into again,
comforts and neatness of linen will alwayssecure flannel is the bt'4t dress which can iiI (!et'vl- plow lung; he continued m that! husinefswe nimilar acts of the jicrjetraiion of
u demand for this articl. 'The luxury Mti t for those who have begun to decline inyc'on hUhlIut, but nt the end it proved iinsnccefisful atrocity. Wanslcy, the litcw-
aid > bo
and to all who lead a lit(. and ho resolved apN| nrs to comparatively, happy,nndlle'Otc
of clean linen was one -nui, the', due sedcnluiy again to try the tint wholnof his
mans, in the |I.I.l >nitude n)' their jjower, It is, also, well adapted to infants and YOIng sra for subsistence. With a hundred dollar. for the awful that to a prepaiatiou -
scene so soon
chiltflell,It!' well during autumn und .-* in his pocket the his
wore unable to otituiu; and its general I', spimg, remnant of ; property htm. '
:a* an inner $garment, iu more mOl'' rn (luno, as diuing \\' I.tN. The celebrated John p her ernhaikcd in the|, ship John, for It \
wa-i considered to have a very 1)'IIeficiallll.fltlt'nro iluntci'b, recipe lor rearing healiliy children -- Buenos Ayres, aid his means being exhausted IS hardly! necessary tho. lo add, that thy
upon the health. It is, undoubtedly was 'plenty\ of milk, oienty of sleup, soon after his arrival there, 'he entered xtory now going rounds of the public
I a very useful article of clothing; and and htenay: .,1'/ flannel ;' ihtx, had he add. < on board a Buenos Ayrean privateer, deuce prints,Subaltern -appeared in the I'rovi
by the healthy, when not engaged In laborious plenty tit t <.X,'rcvj't! white} t which all t e. an.l I sailed on a cjuiz( A qnairel between of fiction is almost. entirely a piece
exercise, or exposed to cold or dump, others would boo! littleakuil/ he fount(; the otlutrs und crew in regard to the division confession1
or to frequent; alterations of temperature, equally eilic.icious :n our liustne., as in thai ofprtzo money, led eventually ton( will bo of the pretended Gibbs
of real ii''llal\ There is class of and the published soon after his execution,
may be worn with perfrrt safety The ad- one persons mutiny; mutineers gaining tfio cscendancy and will
no ,doubt Lo fur with
!: who will the best eifectsftoni took eagerruriosity .
vall1.lgeshowtwcJrin point health, which experience possession ,Or.t vessel, ,
haw !been ascribed to the mlrodiicton of wearing flannel J all the year round; landed the oflkerl5 some where' on the coast, I' .. .
linen into common use,'ate with more pro- we allude to those who are exposed, from of Florida, ,and ttt-red for the We t-lndits,. .,' -m.o- '
pre y to be attributed to the greater attention their occupations, to wet and dampness, or with hearts resolved, to hake their fortunes/ Genius has been too,, l long considered au
paid to personal cleanliness among the sudden alterations of!telnperatut(!; hence, at all hazards. 'The horrible atrocities .apology for vice find hollow-hcarwdrtess, in ,
middle classes of society, after (he mtio- the sailor, boatman, tanner, 'fisherman, and which thEy coiiimittedyill' homily devclojcd 'n our dchlierato o Tnion i i this.only an nggrivatfon -
diction of linen, than previously. Chang those who work m damp situations, whether when'thoconfessions of tiaJLs'ow\ t of tho offence. If tho peculiar
ing the linen at night, and again in the in or out of doors, should invariably lie made public. We only' 'know that ho was'\I ,and) 1\vuntcd.cndowmcnf8 of p descent tho
morning, is a practice which merits our clothed I in flannel.-A similar.clothing will a'co operator in tho captures of nearly twen :rich intellect which iod has lxstdwed UHon '
'commendation. It not only insures cleanliness be found, also, a pane ful I means of preserving ly vwseli, and in tkc murder of :nearly soiho of his fan>ured creature are to he' ,
but, renewing the air In contact the health+ of the workmen iri glasshouses four hundred beings. :made tho excuse of blaspheming the Giver

with the surface of the body, becomes<< an foundries, forge: or any other sit On one,occasion they "aptured a Dutch and violating; his holy Jaws-wp cannot
air bath, which greatly.assists! insensible::: nation in which the body is exposed, in ship," bound from Curocoa to Liverpool, hold our peace, and njrtcnt,evc-n silently, to' :
*. perspiration.The quick succession, to heal and cold. with a valuable cargo, and a company of the abominable doctrine. Tell us not ,pf ;
chief objections to linen,when worn Many persons object to the use of ffcfn-' ihirly souls! including the crew, All wero the wayward propensities, the /Icrco uu-
next the skin, are, that it allows the heat net l as nn underdrew, in consequence of its put to death with' the exception; a young' tamely passions.wliich) are the:; attendance-
of the body readily To.escape; and having producing a disagreeable irritatIon ol the lady about 17, who though: shared| was com- 'of 8iierior( cniuu8. Unless the,ductriijeisoherkcd
litilc: affinity to water, causes the! matter, of skin This, however, when it does occur, jelled to witness the 'heart-rending spec ) in the outsets ''QlhnIUlavo'11itn.
perspiration to accumulate upon the skin. is, iu general, of very short duration. Every tacloof the butchery of her father and mqtligr dreda: of leould be geniuses imitating Lpid

Hence, they who wear linen, when, from uncomfortable sensation may almost alwaysbe before her eyes, -Thev kept her on Byron, where they,alone can ,imitate him,
any ,cause, perspiration is increased; experience prevented,even: from the first by making :board.for eifinc time, and whea It was determined ''in \slip\ vices and folios which disgraced one
an uncomfortable sensation of chill,. choice, of thin flannel of a"very soft tex to proceed to Havana, a consultation ipflhO noblest spirit of this, or,any other
ness, and are extremely liable to attacks ofcatattttJheumatism I ture. But\, where the skin is so extremely was held to decide whether it \Vbuld ago. Neta England R ittc.-.
, or pleurisy, is exposed ; delicate as to be constantly fretted by tits be safe to give her liberty upon' their arri, -.
Binder such circumstances: to 'a slight flannel, this latter may be' lined with thin val. :The majority were apprehensive that 7'emperarc bocltticsVe take the rot-

degree.of cold, or dampness, or to a cur. soft muslin. They who do not wear flannel she might betray then, rind j if was thereforo lowing at;itc-ment. from a JJI) ton paper; it ,
rent of air.Cotton during the whole year should put il'oii resolved that'slio'must die Poison gl\cu'"u:; number i f "renrperwce,Societies
or muslin, being a less:, perfect early in autumn, and should no relinguish was administered; t6 her,lnd she soon sliar- in each '$|ate, with tho umoun Afiucrnbers. -
conductor of heat, and absorbing more readily it until the warm weathetof summer is fullyset ed the -fate of her parents. Gibbs (declares :- -In Akme there are 126 Tcrnj\.Ji; c; r. ,
the mouture of tlso! skin, is, on these in. By neglecting: a precaution*, that of all tho murders in which ho has gociotierf with 7704 inemk-i-ts; New Urijlr t
accounts, preferable, \\. .an", under garment, many persons .not only lose all the advantage ; jKiriicijiated, no one has harrowed his soul *!hir 94, members 4270; Vermont liiT, t I'
for common use, to ImefTThisis: : -ts more ? : itigJVonji l wearing Jfonnel.but suffer : : with so much remorse a* the recollectionof IOcmht'rli t ; MauichulSCtltl202 fill I '.
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especially true of the softer species of cot very inatenal injury in their hca'ih.' Fre- the cold lJIJdl destruction of this interesting f t,4Q7r',ieelt- Island 19, .1nen..eiti! .t j.t2M
ton-those neither of a" very tine texturenor nuently changing the dress worn next to and accomplished( female. He ; Cormcciicut gos. mernuoia 'go'.JiiiO! 1'1
highly drpssod.: For children, muslins the skin, whether of ct tton or flannel, with avers that he made vigorous effort to roes Total: New England 773 ti; OH.o.'T '
on many accounts, the only proper shirting the'View of preserving it perfec'Jy clrtm i ia ease 'her, that lie Will: overawed by tlio rcpt mewb re. New Jersey J,ociie.lIIt1J..rs.
-it is,also I better adapte i, under ordinary matter of great importance. We have of,iis; comrades, who would lisle-i to no, 1.106; Pennsylvania i,8'memkts: --130;
: circumstances, for a flight dress, than met with persona who, while they would on n.crqr.On D tawarp 2,. rtitn r' Jri.blarpt,la u iff,
cither linen 01 flannel.! It is, however, during no account wear their linen beyond a day, another! occasion an American ship ruunl,Qff 20119 i.i ptaa:lliatrlt ,It;, ': wrs -
summer, and iq :warm ,climates, that seldom thought of changing Ihelr" tlanllCI the Caroline, was e ,mirwi: by two'of the taf3t?I Vj 1f4k1-'f.- la, rpcmlt'I.> tjJljJ;
the 'idvantaesof; this fnaterial; when worn for a week or moo Such a practice iat piratical vessel, and ryn iultorc off Capo hurtle c.arolinf": ul1)boia U5:_, '
next the skip are experienced 10 thegr ate however, mccDsiitfnt. with health. Autouiu. Thtry were: '(Mjnily! 'engaged l ir, \.. 't '.,.', "' ,
extent. Whf' ,\Vo enter the .q.a.- .. : landing the when d. U. ; A ;' '
tropics, 4' cargo, e S. bug k tl- By:%b : ur.ua {) tW MD'illoiIllt'latb/
say< Dr. James ,Johnson, we" must bid A writer says .11E,-I'auperis oatlae xJby Jl.'Irw"luvn ip Bight, Iud sent b. barges ':1titi*": AeW" .14OQQ ri'mall"
ad'Mi to tit(' l luxury of linen-if whaji 19 intuHptrapcf nivf iulfnetatnusl t E car'" I to attack iheui. 'I'fie pirates d< ,,, a J $ huf c ,, fjiuv HiattaatlJVa '

both uncomfortable and unsafe, In th, q.... by scaler, sari tsierktr'f LL weir for sfoHH5 tune,- .,*,Wd, a 4, gu ru :,opat>JDajOl f ant ,"""oth'r" fJdt"
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,Influence in (these countries; and it'i'ifrom
n llt 24th of liar i .i ID hM f" i first' movwrtbnts' wjll s*,ring.,

e 4F 'QWr saved.i on 7Crc ; ? ,Itts. : I lion,shotild 1-- Rprc d,from:! Alo-
*" d tinc" 1 I of
,% the:' .II. none:
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svrecklritrhr: .;. bd d by the s !o Iily tbf # 1.ut 1.. ,:m\MfJlI i t.1m) nJ ho\ Snrf -
w ,, r Libcl1 !11, Tis libel vas filed for the ro i h't1o>#lmod. ." Tiisis { i t not .tier
__ftirt..9f Salvage upon the articles saved, lithj"remainingt Iotcr= t J.tJJrh: : .. Italy if:
.-- prikgSvacs ti\r t adl tti tk tt4t i1 .. .hd both
: amPwaa 'tried o tlwy 12ih insi.-Aprjl( ) .
.:I\IIE Q.'Zl rl D*
.-1,1 I ....". { when the following"Decree' was pronounced = I ) futrnd irk-pna fin r ItF,, (thpgq' n de LeQchtenherff.and: tl.'DuZCt ..
.. ., ;, ;/: (" 1J Y 1VEST" <. '.II'i'. by tho Courtt-:, !tinder some clahrr jJJJi';t d o gnli G& ";:<; ,
.. ';" VD 1LslDAYrirTIL .' : I The of this sel but fa the -etljt t they fount;tli u o 1 fi1 f1' 'Ill '. '
'1 f!" -, S7, 183, ,.. ;; farts' case are : n fitIJf. in: lrteh from
.' Libel;j' it is therefore unnecessary to recapitulate -, bank-notes. TJirco hours tie apses 1; e \\lJ one v
",/:;;, We omitted iar our last, to reportfhe'cbr. .them. From those facts, it clearly t1ia.ltppearanCe ef the sot-dzsann ? .l i 'cM1 hot conml -

r 'f' .. \V'. i':. flyer, Leslie from Norfolk, appears that ,the preservation of this cargo When ,he entered,.ha was seized dnils, e used ) ). !" fft ,' assure
L o n to St. Marks, with 9 cabin passed. : is to be attributed solely to the exertions of'tlieLibellant ; and carried! to,the old Bridewell, .where;, ha!': HM1 clllJO... Lroken
r:1J: ct'I'i and 94 slaves, all in good health, .1Itct. end Ius crew. Without ,those'' Justice HopsoS i awaited his arrival Ue ;JTf "t;, r l MP1.t and
, ', silent his 'examination fIt'Cgi :Jrh .1>' k : 'iad ob-

'.. -. ,0VIn TCxertioris all must 1)8vt-heen lost. The only was obstinately during f JMI- *- .
W": : <:< ,an editorial ,article of 'last week, we fdisputed point in the case, is, whether i*', and reined to ghe'nny information taipcd! ,:;MlgOpfdVajift! .to insurgents -
\\.:.. mentioned."the 'establishment ofa- Superior /lot, Ihecrejvpf the Wa erly, possessed the J concerning the Jobbery. Jje said ho wished ,nnit:ni V xthele4t! [t |)t it prudent
"'means' of personal safCtYiIIlout} the assignee to consult with Ins cotinscl aniTliia'examination to. remove his (fr,1i: ij : ,wheiei
Court of the ynited Slates, for tbe adjudication '
'' afforded by the Actor. Upon this was postpoiieduntil'the! return\ they now are, AI blobs I f patriots
-- of :wrecked property.."' We did ; polpt-therelet [emalnss9medoubt, though of the latter from,tho country. At the hare established aT"iQvisionaUn&tcrnmcntfor
not intend,by that observation to the tho right hank of the PX Heableedtt
> "' convey Ha' removal considered absolutely necessary same time (about 2 o'clock yesterday morning ?;*9 tt **
,"'-:f idea that the powers bf tlie\ Court were confined 'to the attainment of the ends of justice ) Justice Hopson.with two officers, arrested ,after consenting to become! a incjjiber;changedjjja -
, :, .to' that object. -but were led to thoremark between these parties. An applicationto Mrs. Smith Division street. She opmion, .an "retlrcd to KJorencc/

?i ," by the great number of- cases of that : ) this",case, of.the principles, by which the is described to be a good looking woman, It is said the revolt ha? spread fo Imol ...

: ..,description which came under its conside, I Court has heretofore been governed, informing of about twenty-six 'years.,of age.She Forma. and Ilimini. ?.
: ; Vatioo. This Court (as well as all other judgment,under similar circumstances denied all knowledge of the transaction; .

/'.,Superior Courts of the Territory) possesses, will, it is believed, fully meet its but it was thought proper commit her for THE suriuaiE counT ,AKD'GEORGIA."
.. all the jurisdiction usually given' to Courts merits. tho present. At her request she wad allon- A correspondent of 'tho 'WalTiijigjon'.Globe

..of Admiralty, 'Equity and Common Law When property has been saved from inevitable ed to have the company of h6r children, two .under the signature oft', SidwftKsBpublished .: \
: --
and in addition combined destruction, wholly, by the exer litilo giils. A third person between whom a more detailed account 'of; ..the .;
thereto the
pow- lions of the Salvors, one half of its amount and Smith tokens of recognition'passed at several opinions of tho Justices of the Supreme -
ers ,of.a' District and Circuit Court. of the has usually been decreed' for compensation, the cximination, was' also' committed on Court, in tho Cherokee case, thou '

:;.,. United. -States. _..._ { ..' as Salvage; this rule, however, is subject suspicion.** He said that his name was Pye I has,been before published. He hcftrd nil
.1'. < \ -".---" In alteration_ hv pvtrnnnlinnrv_ __ _.. _'n_ c_..lcumstanun ___n__ ___,- anti I lint ho was thfisrmnf- -- --.n- distiller------.-- -!in-this..!..- I 'tho dpinions read and had a glance atilt it
4a:r' We. have' heretofore slightly intimated, an ces. Extreme-peril and,labor" on he' part city. of the chief justice in manuscript. ,
:r.':: opinion, as to the,great importance of this, of the Actors, to save heavy articles of :Smith has the appearance: o of a respectable The case as presented to the Court i&
. ,J;' X. and in Commercial and National points small value,"\votlhl require an increase of mechanic; is about five fret six inches briefly stated"thus : ', '

"" '-'of, vie\. ,,..',. We have not time now to enter compensation beyond that proportion, or it high: has sandy hair, and small! whiskers The Cherokees, claiming to bo a foreignrStae .
r tft"I -into' t- discussion. of these subjects; but would.Le lessened, here the property was and is apparently alouf35 years of age.- ;,filed! their bill ju the Supreme Court,
:''ff'we entertain no doubt, that on some future of much value, and the risk of saving it Ho says he was born in South-Carolina in, but setting,forth numerous grounds of complaint -'
not great. In this case, no very extraordinary I went early in life to England. \ against, the State of Georgia, nnd
> occasion shall be able to otTer such
..p' we ar- circumstances have occurred, and Yesterday morning .at 10 o'clock, the praying among other things, that this State,
" guments in support of our opinions as will sa- nothing is perceived, which should take it officers of tho Cityil tanks attended at the her Governor and other officers, and all her
f ),,tisfy the most sceptical. At present, we will out of the ordinary rule. One half of the Police office, to count and receive the recovered citizens, should be perpetually enjoined

L.": ':barely remark, that its proximity to some amount of sales is therefore decreed as money, which is now redepositedin .from inlcifering, in any manner, with lli'o
/_. Of tote principal ports of the West India compensation to the Libellant for his ser- their vaults. It consists tf the following "lands within tho Cherokee boundary that-
; Islands, and the consequent opportunities vices. bills:- the Cherokee nation should ho declared a
which merchants resident here will at all Whereupon' It is Ordered, Adjudged and $57,328City Bank Notes. soverrigu and independent State; hat the

times possess of obtaininjr.correct informa Decreed, that one half of tho money now 50,1 I8, various city note?. laws of Georgia,claimingthe exercise of jurisdiction '
tion as to the state of their markets, it in the hands of the Marshal of this Court, 44,000, Lansingburgh Bank Notes. over them, be declared null and
decided gve raised from a sale of the cargo, tackle, apparel 26,000, Morris Canal. voidand that the treaties with them should
a other in
advantage'i over places the &c. of,.the ,schr. Wqverly, he paid 8,272, Uncurrent-belonging toS. &M. be carried i'Jto full force against the claims
United States idT shipping to those ports, within three'day j,fro 11 this' time to the said < Allen. of:jcorgiu.

American produce; and we think, we baz- Thomas Rooke, in full: compensation for 40, Counterfeit. "Upon this case, the Chief Justice, in a
lird little in adding, that it is destined to be"come his services in saving said cargo; &c. and It wilt be seen that the whole smount belonging concise butable opinion, declared it to be'

- the point, through which, the greater: bringing the slime to the port of Key West ; to the Lansinghllrg and Morris-Canal the judgment ofi majority of the Court,
part, if not all the commercial transactions' and, that after the payment of the costs and Banks has been recovered. Six
which may be carried on between the Island expenses of this prosecution, the remainder: thousi.iid dollars arc till missing-including the bill dismissed. IIc admitted the Cherokee -

of Cuba and the Spanish Main, will be of said money, raised as aforesaid, be restored 398 doubloons, find $,500 of the tribe of Indians to ben State having
conducted. This is no chimerical idea of to the said Claimant, for, and on be- money belonging to S. & M. Allen. peculiar relations with tha United States
half of all concerned and interested there TheriLcan be no doubt that there are other but of what particular description, ho did
ours-it is one, to which the state of ,
present in; and, that the Marshal of this Court, accomplices, and that the manner in not define. lie contended that this Indian
things naturally gives rise. The belligerent crrry into full effect and operation ,this which this daring felony was perpetrated, tribe was not a foreign State or Nation,
attitude in which Spain stands to her former Deciee. will in due time be brought to light. within the meaning of the Constitution and

Colonies, must for long time, prevent any JAMES WEBB, Judge. Since the foregoingarticle was prepared, therefore the Coart could not entertain original -
direct intercourse between the inhabitantsof April 12, 1331 we have visited the Police OfTirebut no further jurisdiction cube causo. His reasoning -
Cuba and Mexico; and, as they are de- -s- M information has been elicited. The on this point, I thought entirely
pendent upon each other for many of their [From the N. Y. Com Adv.March.] examination this day will be strictly private conclusive. He insisted also that the
most important articles of trade, they are CITY BANK .OBBEK TAKEN. ; and the magistiatcs; have very pro- matters of complaint set forth in tho bill,
necessarily compelled to seek some neutral By the acuteness and indefatigable vigi- perly determined that fur the present, they were wholly of a political character, and
lancoof High Constable Hays and his assistant will far ,.ssiMe therefore
as as p prevent tho publication not proper subjects for judicial
which that trade
port through be advantageously
and may !, by far tho greater portion of thelarge of any facts that jnay transpire in the cognizance. On this ground, too, it was
carried on; we ask, is sum stolen from the City Bank has
case. HaysTeels confident of yet recovering decided the Court had no jurisdiction.
there any other place in the United State: been recovered,and one at least, of those the residue of the money. M. C. Pat- "Judge Baldwin delivered atearncd and
Or elsewhere, so conveniently situated as certainly concerned in the robbery, has crson, Esq. has been retained by the pris- very able opinion in which ho denied that
this Equidistant from Havana and Matao-. been arrested. It appears that the suspi- oner as counsel. the Court had jurisdiction on any of. the
zas, the two principal commercial cities of cion of Mr. Hays had strongly fixed upon grounds set up. lie contended that the

Cuba, (say 75, miles from each,) and very one Edward Smith, who was indicted about From the Paris Messenger, Feb. 18. Cherokee nation wad not a foreign State;
little out of the direct course from,eitherto a'year ago,'together with Henden-on, We hate received no news from Italy that it was not a State; and that it hard no
the different : for the daring robbery of Mr. Schenck' since that announcing the insurrection of political existence whatever. lIe traced
the Main
ports on Spanish ,
store in Brooklyn, but escaped'convictionfrom Bologna, Reggio and Modena, which remains the history of Indian affairs in this country
it.ad'ords every possible facility to persons 'the insufficiency the testimony! unconfirmed. The courier broughtthe from early times, shewing iq a lucid manner -
disposed to engage in such operations. (Henderson is at Sing Sing, having been intelligence of the election? of the Pope, that by no tct of any of these States,
Goods from Cuba, intended for Mexico', will sentenced to imprisonment for four years.) ,.acquainted the Prefect of Lyons with the or of the old Congress; or of tile Gorci n-
tie brought to this place in Spanish vessels Smith passed for a'morocco dresser by trade, reports he heard as he travelled through anent of the United States.under the present -
wand shipped hence, in vessels belonging to and after this affair, set up a small shoo Italy, and It was upon this mar 'd statements Constitution had uny Indian triO

the Mexican ports, and return cargoes will storejn the Bowery, while his residencewas that the telegraphic despatch which we gaveon been recognized as an independent State;
Le received through the same channels. at Division-street. This latter place Thursday, was sent to government In that their right to the country occupied by- .
Thus a regular commercial intercourse may became famous as tho resort of dissipated thoubsence of direct intelligence, we extract them, vas a mere right of occupancy; and
be kept up, attended 47 few embarrass profligates, two of whom, (Welsh and the following from two of our cotem- in fine the whole of his arguments and
gents without Simpson,alias Johnson) were recently con- poraries: ,authorities went to,justify th*> course pur-
delay, and free from the
victed at the Court ol Sessions for From the "
; one Constitutional sued by the President in relation to these
enormous expenses to which foreign vessels theft, and the other for picking pockets The Italian Journals furnish us with fio Indians, and to support entirely the State
are liable, in going to the ports of either of Dr., J. A. Smith There me other intelligence as to the disturbances repotted of Georgia in her claim of jurisdiction) over

country. charges against Smith;'resting upon suspicion to have taken place in several 1 \parts of Italy t1 eJD. ? .. .
lu the attainment of great national objects ,-- that he committed-- great robbery but know that_ the persecutions of tho "Judge Johnston gave'au opinion with
we consider the situation of Key West of ,27,000 sterling from a mail coach in Vice-Legate of Bologna, as veil' as the his usual ability, force and perspicuity,
England, pix or eight years ago, and hav- searches made in tho houses several
as still more important. If strongly fortified persons showing again his great good senp *iid
(and of which, it is fully susceptible,) ing compromised with the Bank for .:9000, of known liberal principles, have prudence (float which he very seldom departs -
came to this country; and he took the money much increased the discontent previously ) in a matter touching tle of
what the lights
it would be to the Mexico,
froth the iron chest of the Chancellor existing. A new popular society has been the States and the powers of the Genera
Hock of Gibrtltar is to tie Strait, of the Livingston on hertriphenceto! Providence, formttt in the Abruzzes:,which meets in the Government. Agreeing with the majority
}Medit u tan; and without such fortificaJionsTia last autumn, which money was afterwards mountains to form plans rot contending of the Court in their judgment pronounced,*
times of war, the whole of our wes- .found secreted among the baggage. ngaiiiit! depot ism. The news from Tuscany lie gave his:: own reasons which diucrrd !in
f tern commerce, will be at the liiercy of Ho A ever this may be, on Monday morning is not more to the satisfaction of the cneiniCs some respects from those given by the
every foe, posses&ing'a strong naval force last, being probably tho morning after' of liberty; discontent prevails in all 1 Chief Justice' and by Judge BaKKyin. Ho
but, as we before remarked, she )have not jbe robbery,he applied for lodgings at a privateboard'ing the principal towns, and particularly at went further than tho former, but that quite.i
time at present to give the why's and wherefore house kept by Mr Bangs,at Pisa, Pisiola and Sienna, where the inhabitants I PO far us the latter. lIe denied that the
the of JJroome and Elm-streets representing are watching for l tavot able
Considering the subject however to comer a momentto Chciokee lIat'on was a foreign State. btu
shall that his namo was Jones, and shake oft'tlie yoke and render Italy In acknowledged that the Indian tribes had
accounts, we
interesting on
be many' that he wished to have a private room to" dependent. Ever since October, preparations some political existence, but c/rtitenclnl
.. frequently present it to the consideration.'... of writ in, tendering lay mint in advance-- have been making and! arms and am that they wero not States; that until iho

nur .readers., .. .' lie left his fa.i.ily in Divisio, .-street, con munition have been providing, particularly government recognized them as independent -
c sisting ol a wife and two children. Ho at Pesaro, Kuniin and the principal towns Staten. !, it was not in the power of tho
:, CASE IN ADMIIIAI.TY.K took three trunks with him to Broom-st. of jho Legations 'The p the mind 13 CoJrt so to recognize ibem. lie argued

K Thomas Roojve, Libellant,. ; and something peculiar in his conduct, most exasperated in the. liraud Duchy of that they serer had been thus reco uized;
r*. Libel forSalvage particularly as regarded the trunks, -cesris Modena! ; the military school is.in a state of and he contended that if the Cherokee ram
J Good &C- avI from the to have Ceiled the suspicions of his landlord ferment,'and the pupijs burn with a desire ton was a foreign State, and this character
,chr. Waveily.I4r. % ', AJi t*, ated that )previously 'o his to imitate, thC example! of tlte Polythecnic plaits Could hive thea right to sue in
: Seller., G S Sp -c nmtii tflig& tJtern to the police, l\1r. School t of Paris The refusal of the Urand Uat Court, then most assuredly the Court
p Ic bouttd from 1' II 1 i it ptr4'_ to Masai hi8' DttUttu acknowledge Louis Philip King had nojvisdiction o\&fmatters :rarispiringt

t(it M'thinpi{ of the .French, hats increased (togeneraljr.. and Rxisttiuo, entirely within the linit. c( ,

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n I J. ,1(
tchi ; f eras fedlt time { .J -;- :
reign Stale.: This argument pllottt ; in
y.t} Col.M I jnt C !Cd t JttJ ,C 41zrtfA ;, xh
Jonsidlrcd< happy; forcible, .and indeed tin-'. a nrizddo&rinott J ::
nsw rnbte." -: *:*?' ; # A-' '1, > ,< ... \ t s >'< tl. 'r'-
t ll+ Delegate r u. ptIf O ,
McLean t cdJn i 'sin 1lu1l 'i
Judge ; "
but gavc'no!wJlttrtt I 3 geld on th .. n ... .. fprrib"y| at- .. .
, ciotnc6tle ,v- 16i,......__.JHTH* iMir.XI'ir, .. ,'Wllt m
Story : .q J f ; IO-vv ti tuipojizcu !\a lion*
ratio Wail1 i iit WrIt
# ; cy ,
Is's\ld: t niL 6ln .- that 11'Iaof' rCo JOSEPH M..1YjIITE; as a: Candidate,i t'rcelectiouto .

.1'H! gc"Jj.I :\ bsc m !'&,. ? rvt1oJf ha Been order- Congress. ., ., communication. as regar 9.r .'
q1 ,
t think it {
,, the UCUon% entirely In ,
| ,
: 3
: .. V.s
.. Na-
the trpl jIr ,
'i+ .! ngton : '
... tb- tborizedtoiondurjceCoU tcs or! mote reply' ,.further than:by obve
. ," '... -- -! .. '- ." yti CaWMIi, > WE at6iu>
: vft s tho next Bet\'i jhat ]Mf Wall has I bdievo been '
it L.M.STONE ali CAndidatfTfo?
ti ec-Capt.-S. w
: 771aCon.titidiorls ctnd fe Jllf9n: ( '
dlc ( '
.r.. ilissolrrdl3} t1jcsa'b&.tI "?s' ,! also"sla v 1 pn ce c to Norfolk, alb Legislative Council of'rjoridat/v; A:- !. over bast' in obtruding this subject un- -i:
.tJot '
before tho when ii is al .
tho board fur the examination bfmidthlicb. S "nably public, !) :
" (11'
prE'llIU Court::of ( 16 Siattal'ltave,:p ilDho arc authorize to Announce '
.. (ErWR dY.l under the advisement of a proper
Fe"n 1 alt. ;f Q rorlal' u RICHARD FITZPATRICK, Esq. snsg a I r itnal.'a' ;(

Inle1lit'I1_ ,"tl' us ( "I I jnCtrt Candidate td representMonroe County iti, ..:
CHIEF JusTiCEorTiits USTATZS-Judge But thorn-id a charge in Jhat'cormnuiUioi : ;
ion tol! l It. I'I) the next Legislative Council of Florida.
) ARSHALL returned from Washington on w -.,a .... ". y.... ,tad ;;1' which n sense of justice to myself
Jng 3if t i .(fa. p tI!lrS1i theArgal Monday evening. Several paragraphs have i it to friends
fiaud mayt'O
My imperatively
fie toher, LOST-A Buck handled KNIFE: ,
nt rng been published in other newspapesr. speak OT:: ,
Z\t1mtI1 bench. make with and small blade, calls tip\in'nieKtrJ! : iotico \ ,charge, which ,
1mI', 0nd.itt t 9 f ing of his intention to retire from the, Rogers' largo ,
l' ,'lzqi. party stet in We understand ;that there is no authority tweezers, pick and.hook,-J D. (I markedon I mightiflfmosf say invtho. language of Mr
q .
so"rrClGIPr 1\ ...orne now' quirk for'tnaking any such suggestion, and that the handle. A suitable reward wjll ,bo". JtVnll) ttetids. IO;reflect nporuny4 reputation,,
{ may the Justice has come to no such resolution paid fut the above, if left at this office. *%. ',' if'uhunstctiedttttil may have 1 he effect: to
bo discovcrcftjuywhich} tJconjia lose .
may Rich. April 27 blast a''
; my 1)fspceJls"a9 man, of 6uincaffIt
thus the
her, rights as State Commercial
; '
: : ---- ; is eaid that Mr. ''Wall's present embarrassment =
of last evening, says-'Tho noble'.pJila! It is stated in a: Boston paper,as a report NOTICE--Tho Subscriber, having rc-" is altogether imputahlc to the 'il- "

thropy which has enlisted the higbes ta. from Washington, that Mr. LaviNG has declined appointment a. A UC'1ION- I, leg adrice received from me. Tho two
lent on their behalf will stilt champion] the appointment of Charge d'Alfaifsto EER for Monroe County, respectfully tenders << words and doubt written .
them in another, antt it is earnestly: to be Constantinople, ",nd. Captain DAVID hisscrvicesto, his friends and the pubI I i are printed, were no

hoped, a more successf clrorl.VII)', the' PonTk"'appointed in his place The lies lie in that capacity, and from long experience in italics; nnJ.certuin Iy conveys double -

Court decides that'1113 Cherokcn is not afurcillI ton Gazette asserts the fact positively.By"a as Clerk and Agent in the business meaning. The first, that in nu official
he flatters himself that he mill be enabled capacity! I hud abased the important trust "
and therefore that the .
; nation; received to give general satisfaction. ,/ confided to and that &. !
mo;:- sccono, a
Ijjllrscciion of the Judiciary: act, si) muchvaunted letter rom Loss Urassos, It. n. STAN AUD. .
Counsellor I bind
private ignorantly or
the has we Lear ituas Captaiu 1'obiuson, formerly ,
: as goterning case, nothing Key West April 27,1831OFFICE.
commander ot' the luoacco i'lant, was lost perhaps from a worse motive, put such a
that the
1o do w.ith. it ; or, in other word, -
overboard ou the 23d oi February, from tr construction! upon the act of Congress,as
docs the Court the
Constitution not give sloop (natiitf not recollected, while ou her OF TilE the' law,itself would 1 not have admitted.

power which the Tolilical'philanthropy'of- voyage (ruin New ,Orleans to tax, former BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE, As it regards tho first insinuation, I feel as o

the opposition claims for it. Prithee, how. place. Capti.il. was kuocucu overboard by And Agent for Lloyds, London, and the surcd it was not intended; because, ns it i is
can a more successful effort be made be 'tbo wind Ofo gale, and the
tiio viug
; Association of Undcrirritt r*, Liverpool, well known, at the time tho alleged 'i//#; -
Tire the same tribunal!-.V. ;Standard. sea running lagli, rendered the citoris made '
to him iueU'ectuah IV understand NO. 3, FKONT'STKKKT. gal advicr was given, was only) n private !

-<).e>- Capl.save 1C has left alaiiuly- this. city.-ft. *. Ollice hours from A. 111.1(13 o' lock I'. :\(. ] attorney. had it been intcndcu, it would ,

SAVANNAH, March 30 (.oln. Advertiser., tf Key Wwi,50th April,' 1831 not have become me, on this or any o'.lior'V ..

JSavannahiOgccchic and Alattimaha Canal -. occasion, to have comcdcil nn nw .- '1

All hough this work has been in ,operation Two works of special PRACTICAL value EDVVAllD CIIANIH.KU, I My conduct as, nn otliccr is ever open to,*"''',:

fir some time, it was not until Monday have been published iu neat octavos Ulesus. ) ATTORNEY OF TILE UNITED STATES SOUTHERN t those wliit have a right to enquire intu Its >,;;

thai the meeting of the water.?* was cele- ,\ Carey Ai L.ua.V e rotor to (jieurgoKichariisou Court House DISTRICT, Key West OF FLORIDA., April 20, J831. legality /but, 1 wish it to be distinctly tin *;r$
tralrd. The President and Directors, accompanied i'orter'a i rewtiesou the Aaluro dnptooii, that if in a single instance I v

by a large portion of the stock- and Properties ot iue sugar Laue, auU tue FOR t"'RIli:111'1': OR CI1ARTKR.THE : should condescend to reply' to an iuuendo 1'J'

holders, citizens and strangers, left ihs city mode ot improving Us culture and the nunufacture rv staunch new pilot boat schr. against me, as the public prosecutor, the ', o' a
1'iie itUoriiiaiiou
in the morning in Col. Jenk'rf! barge, the of Us products.auluor founded on extensive liEN)tY. CLAY, bur is
imparted oy
Alexander: Tel fair, Capt Bcvm, and tra- observation aud experience la tile \\Lit tons, tLEX.'I'luo,1'soN'Masterwill! favor ,,f
"vcrsed the whole lime to the Ogcechto HiTcr Indies the other \olume is entitled Uc- leave on or about the 24th May next, for a If my behavior be many manner olmoz-: '

and returned in the evening. ports ou Locomotive and i lied hngiucs, Northern port. For Freight or Charter: ious, I rejoice to think thai every free cit

The day was fine, and each breeze! was together with an accoiiul of the Liverpool apply to (,' : izen has his remedy' again me, oy an,'appeal ,
P. C. GREENC Agent.
tilled with the odours of the Jcs- itlauchebler hall Us utility '
mingled an Way. great to those who have scenfit, to place mohore. '
sam'mc: and Violet. is increased i/y plates ana diagram, i iiosluleiueuts April 20 .

At Lock Young [the first lift-lock at tho \V are of aud toe ualculalioiiH highest: miu relaiiug... i.y. to i.ucn-Hall -' -- NOtlliJ'.i: As it respects insinuation 2\1.1 advert to

Ogeechic Riverlhc company consisting ays HE heretofore it with reluctance and shall dismiss the
ily, there can Jc no vtio upon tn" Ulcra. rr co-partnership existing ,
over fil'IY persons,sat down a sumptuous can mind, aud spirit ot enterprise, UiU pOu- under the firm of PORTER&STAN- subject entiiely. as soon as all its featuresare
dinner at which the President of the Canal deut ot Government. \idea i>y' me uguta ARD is by mutual conscnt'dissolvcd. All fairly represented '

Company, Thomas Young, Esq. presided from Europe, ttuis spread, they will truly persons having claims against tile concern, In tho curly purl of January. 1830, I

and enjoyed the rich viands of the city, in conquer space and time.- -1'hila. ;\at. uas.We arc requested to present them to either of was requested b> Mr. Wall to m'ako application -
the subscribers for and those indebted -
the midst of a forest scene. Sentiments -
for his admission time
: to ritflits aud
will please call and settle their arrearages
bundle grave and gay,suggested b) the occa- mention, for the imormationof our agricultural as it is very desirable that the privileges: of a Citizen of the UIIII(!( hll.S.

sinn, wt'tc given,whilst the wine circulated iricuda: the auiuiuciit ol u r.1&"her. husine8lshould be immediately closed. I'lio SuK.'rior| Court for this District wii*

and plaudits loud and long were echued by that by selecting the oest ear of Corn thai 'V. 0. POUTER, not then in HCSSIOII, as his lion. Judge
the surrounding woods. At six o'clock grows on the suiii, the grain will \bo annually R. n. STANAIID, Wrlib time
was eiigugcd at Com of A
lho company returned doird the largo \vurlu increased lriug. It i he is experiment a welt Known is certainly tact that Key West, April 20, 1831 peals; and c< nsulerntions' with which; / was 1)-

la vo u rod with cloudless moon,-rcachcd the '- at that time mado \ | hut which;
the quality \nd quantity of lace dependmucii | ,
city at half past !cn. Dining the return upon the goodness: "A the heed; and NOTICE.ANY of coilisc, I could not in Imunr disclo.se,

'voyage, the company wercenterlained with lately gas! been discovered that much difference := citizen who may apprehend a DE- rendered it highly important that Mr. Wall

'song and sentiment. in tne quality of Cotton way no pro- '} n. from the U. States' Troops, phould obtain Ins certificate at aseailya!

dnceu ny a proper selection of tile seed.- and deliver him over to an Officer of the ssible without
period as i p awaiting iho
From the N..Y. Courier and Enquirer. Georgetown, b. C. UUIUU. Army will he paid the sum of FIFTEEN return of the Judge. Under them ciicuin-
DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured.
THE PIRATES.-On Tuesday the boy stancey.
'})aws1'nt out to Ucllcviie to sec his criminal In addition to our nonce on this subject alew J.. M. GLASSELL, .
what were tliu provisions of the
.. statute of
Major Commanding.
associates of tho brig Vineyard. When mention thai
day ago, we may tilt,
ba'lIlIghtinto the room in which Wansley is following gentlemen have been nouunaieU Key West April 27, 1831 3i- tho United States, and further remarked to '

confined, he said, 'Thomas, 1 hope you harbor candidates tom the educe of Vice i'resideni : him, that though tho law did not ejri>re .\ly
no ill will against inc.' Wansley advan- Judge HI Estate of D.V a){( lcy. vest in the County Courts of Territories,

ced to him, shook hands, and replied, 'No, ;'U'JJJLL -ofI'liiladelphiathellult 4 LL indebted to the late D. L. the power to admit applicants as Citizens

Daws, I entirely forgive you; and I hope my ttir. fV DKAYTU.V, of c.ualh.ston; fc:>. C., and /\ WAKKLF.V persons: will please take notice that of the country, yet, if the then presiding
fate will be a les >on to you as long as Dr. I. JNUALLS, ot Boston.
you forthwith and all Justice of this could be
made County
ftI must bo ; persuaded
teach to avoid all ... _....... .. ., payment
live, that it may you such deed temptations : .' --...:::- having demands on the Estate, will present to put a liberal construction upon the, Act,
which lead
to a
have done.' may He proceeded tho same we DIED-At Key West, (Flor.) on the them without'- delay. that possibly a certificate under the Sea

strain at considerable length. At some .arch, 1831, Host OLDS, a native II. SI:, WATERHOUSE, Adm'r. of his Court might suit all his, (!Mr. W's )

purls of very the address, the boy, and two or tier of Springfield, (Mass.) and late a Sol Key We,t, April 27, 1831 6t then purposes.Tho .
iu the L. S. Army. ---- '
three who were present, were forced Justice did the
persons in I construe Act
Q1Frinters M >. will do bit friends Administrator's Sale. agreeably
to shed tears. favor to suggestion and in this
a by publishing this notice. my manner
When brought into the same room with ... ALL the GOODS and CHATTELS be 1Ir.Vall obtained his certificate of Citizenship.
Gibbs, the latter saluted him with a cheerful : '.::: tothe, Estate of D. I,. Wakeleydeceased -
Thus then it
voice-'Ha{ Cob, how do you get on]' MARINEINT.e.LL1G will be sold at Greene's Ware seems in-
stead of his 'been (
The boy replied, 'very well. Do you forgive ) NCn C House on Wednesday, 4th of May ensuing, "having naturalized under
me, Charley 'Ves, yes; don't mind.' lie at 9 o'clock, A. M. at Public Sale; and will my advice, I candidly exposed to him my

proceeded: in the same gay strain %'n a con- I'OJIT OF HEX WEST.' be delivered to purchasers on Saturday' own strong doubts as to the result. Tiny

versation about ordinary topics. Gibbs unequivocally _. 4 _, morning next following. were BO strong indeed, that even after matters -
avow himself aft q it; >j callous ARRIVED.- Terms-cash on delivery. were finally concluded to his apparent|

with regard to the deeds,of ..10 d. He WATERHOUSE, AdmV. I satisfaction, I refused, what I seldom
boasts that he is. in possession of secrets April 21. Schr. -..ucius, Green, Indian Key West, April *', 1831 Ii have: refused--a fee. very
which would procure his pardon if he-corn- River, cotton, &c..P J. Fontaine. .
municatejl them. 2i. SI. Capital, Walker, Charleston rtOHKKT U. STANAHD, To the 3d paragraph of Mr. Wall's com-

Jumber. cider and beer-Master and taken the Store formerly oc munication shall not, nor would it he pro-

CASE OP SALVAGE.- A very important A. '*. Tift&Co. HAVING: by, M r. '1'.Ow eni, bas on handA per to make a reply. Tho simple publication

talieha been peudiug for several days be.. 27. Sloop Tickler> Park, Havana AGTjfl'fcCo. VEllY GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF & of a Libel in Admiralty would not,

fore 'his Honor Judge Belts, iu the District -' DRY GOODS. I am sure, have excited tho curiosity of any

Court of the United States,in whictTntjucs- SAILED SHOES, HATS, one not immediately interested, had not ''I(-

. tion of great interest to ship owners and April 20. Sloop. Morning Star, unmet, .IIAItP-WAItE, himself, in a manner forced it
merchants of this port is involved. A pilot Havana. ', CU' LEItY, attention. As upon l'co'ple's
to merit
boat discovered a vessel near the Jig t ': 1. Sloop Capital, Walker, Indian GRO.'EIUES,4JUJ of the
house at the Hook, in a state of distress aid Key. PROVISIONS case, under tho consideration of the Court,

peril making signals for relief. The crew Schooner Lucius, Green, Indian Hirer. And will, by tile first arrival from Charleston I neither wish, nor do hope' to bias tho '

of the boat boarded her, walked at the tiloopV: illiarn Stewart, Ueynalds, receive an entire new Stock of' public sentiment in ono way or another.

pumps,stopp.d her leak, lightened her by Havana. Passengers, 0. O'llara and Jt RADYMADE CLOTHING. The"'restoration or condemnation of thoschr

taking part of her cargo on buaru the pilot Whitehead E qi. Col. Elzhardi, and Mr. AND OTHCU ARTICLES. > William Ross will depend upon the

boat, toted her to place safety, and ose. Johnston. Which, added to hU present Assortment, testimony and limo lair.

of the pilots remained on board until sue arrived 2 5. Sloop Dread, Park, Havana.Ci.i'.AKl.D. will tender it more coinplcto- than any on. EDWARD CIIANJ>I..}:n.

at New-York, the other returning to ; the Island. All which will be sold on the Key West. A .ril21, 1831NOTIQB .
he city in the pilot boat with that pan of April 2C. Sloop Friend, Cusbman, Nas- most reasonable term 41.Tlll1 .
the cargo they had taken on board. '1 he I sau, (N. P,)-P.J- Fontaine. 41th April 1831 << /
Statute of t uls State has provided that the r '- "- .. undersigned haYing re-established!
beard of Wardens of tho port, shall deter- Tilt SUBSC.tlllKRS at : West
mine the cojpj>cnsatioa to which pilots arc Dit. B. B. STROBEL taken the Store recently oc- MERCHANT AND GENERAL-

entitled for extra services rendered to ves. TILl, conliuuc3; to Practice his Pro HAVING by Porter & Slauard, in the AGENT, otters bit services to his friends

Sel appearing on 1bo coat in distress and Si fusion in all its Various: ,Branches.Healo ._ North East end or F. A. Browne's WareHouse and,the public generally.

in want of a pilotrand: the great question keeps on Hand, a constant and offer for u title on accommodating I. A. BROWNE
in tHe c etaud which was very folly ductistd |- /ccsM supply of Ucnuino terms, a general assortment of April 20* 1831
was, whether the board .f Wardens ftDru'gs He offers
DRY uOODS for s.)le at his Ware Home,
have exclusive jurisdiction of the case, to and iIedicines.All : 30,000 feet Whito I'ine Hoards
determine the compensation to vliich. the : 10,000 first Quality Bricks
'orders will meet a punctual attcn'- ,
wtiether'tbe CHANDLERY. '
piluis arc entitled* or District,I 15 bbU Baltimore prime Beef
Court, a, a Court ui,AduiiraUjr can Wee on. GEORGE E. WEAVER CO, 30 du Navy Br* 4
- .
Cognizance of as a case ot e lVaeC. I Key Wesl,2 tbl\fnoh: 1831. Key Writ, April SO, IMl.- ,_\ '1t-" 10-bags prime "-rf7J .-. '

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: .
S'. Jtr c picC;.)V I ,Ithe'y. ; of May
',..,. .."' .. cxtftttd. ,Is tail i'- .
_- "mi j.w ; .: of
A .. .and blC ;. Tho
: .oJj\1>JO\i iJ
1Yhc ot anJ:1s i6nse at tUii W lJ
m1Iw a t I I k lfma 'u ice nndH..t'

: ,* ,h hotd tn maR4'DII' rnA t .@t as e On, i "i&jW$ ;Wi&Wi. Wl&1 have,,', r ton' to l towing! tablein.t WIG : ." .. ..,.:.: (.-i. ,
? en
aliotffa not as prayed I '
'r- :'- wuMudgment pass '

-'Spw ar'ffJ,*w. na7 be jWg! ,eo '. 1, r..' Ydtfjlre_ijjercfore authorized, empoweredAnd ;," 11 *. .'od"u::,of Otlncesgt t (11! \ SP': t"shfr" : .

alwa1e the friendly mel.. strictly enjoined peremptorily to citeand; '
Of well-perhaps-I do nbtknoWh'en .. admonish all persons whatsoever* (and particularlrWro. ,: .fJJysgit1fiv c : Mh MSl\ : ,. : > : t.

for favor I am,tut ing; ,,, 4.t\ ; II;Wall,)')having, of pretendiri ,"'k' .t k "". i t ",.... .. 'bf'I"'I" +(.ifll'"'p.1. n'I'I' I
.' J .. r: ;; ., \
lTd rather hear, tho answcr.N'; .p'tr # fo have any right,' thle, claim or in* .,... :" dt : i' 1 '.. 'J ..: Wi 1 ,. ...
,.it". r > .' !: '
'leffet iriw fd the fiaid schr. William Ross, -. -
+ : -- r -
., ::t: 'i'-\Yh A jn little'cash of a frldnS-to wish hear him to bo.r say ; Uiefl&ktef! apparel j and furniture &c. by. Su'J Y, 1-4' 1-1 r ,w wQ ,1. $. 1 : 1 '. fi.:;. 1r

o'i.olti ;publicly affixing on the main-mast of-said .l\Ionaa _.. '''' 1 14' .I < t 1
.' I've none to.daybut"ont ,.. :';-)oIf.t > 'I. [11;
;'. Is. worse than if he told.mo :; f ftjcjioonerj and leaving thero ,affixed a true '1'ues d..r t'S' '1. ..... .\- 1_ 1 I 141: "\', : 1 u

c : 4: '. .j .... .. : <
r. Why all this need of.:plastering over, :/,. .: Pf _and methods whereby this monition Thursday,. .o.; ; ,1-74; 1-:. \ 1.4 1.2 14 : 1 rn {t 1 '

": ;:-:':air What we I'D fact intend Jo showl : F'%;. }j lay,be made most public and notorious, 1'rida ,-' :. .o.. > 4, 14 2? 'L- 1

". dVh1 noat: ice with much i less labor, '- ;o be and appear. at tho' time and place Saltirday '.. .. ""' \,. ', hJ 14 1. ',1 1: 1 '. 1 .1
;;;.tSay: frankly, Ycny frendf; or.No? ,
,.',.::;'. .f(: ::' \' '"-I r. ':, .. .,1r, t.tt'; .1,It-' f foreaid(, before the Judge aforesaid. And Perweek 1-2LJ; G.''> a i-z :'jv. i 98 2 7 4. '* :": ,2.
!" < trdm mysoul despise all.'quibbling\ I :his,lo attend upon every session arid sesl5ioimsto The number requireddiiringibe periodtsestimated! ; at eight thousand... !The pro

!'. ': :.. f'JI.u&c jt not with,frield or foe- \j i ( be held there and from thence, un- posals will state the price per ration;at 'whicr the contractor will deliver them, in

..}.... .{. : nut when they ask.whlaout; dissembling, jil a definitive sentence shall be read and such quantities as;may from time to time be requlr/ed ,on board the said Cutter at

.' I'U plainly answer Yes, or.N. .,p'romtilged in the said business inclusive- "Key West. The rations to be of good and wholesome qualify; Jo he approved

I ,' __ : jly'tif.them*) or any of them.shall think it the Collector and the different articles comprising! the ration, toU>e delivered cuboard
And when I ask that trembling '
question, ; their duty so,to do, to hear., abide by and
casks and vessels be the
Will:y'ou bo,mine my dearest Mir.,1'Thcn nil and such Judicial acts the Cutter in good and) sufficient to provided by con
majf'there be no hesitation, perform .singular tractor, and the contents thereof distinctly marked on each. ,;
; : YES Sm YES. as are .necessary and by law required to bedone the will be bound to furnish, .
To say. distinctly- It is to be understood that contractor: upon jeasona-
'-0/1' .. ---- .a:0'*0fk' :C ,and expedited in the premises: and notice, as often asmoy' lierequired: by Ihe Captain of the Cutter, with she approbation -

,fE'* A Weighty Jury, -The officer whose further 'to do and receive what unto law and of the Collector; (not exceeding() upon "an average, one day in each week) such t\..

f: 'province it is to summon,the County Court' justice the la Nand shalPappertain i under tlieieof.the The pain ab of fresh meat and, fresh vegetables, a.Jlay.be. equivalent. to the corresponding parts.uf the''.

): Jurors for Preston, having been found fault contempt ration allowed in the Naval Service. .....:

t' with,at,the last Court for bringing ,together sencn them/ and in anywise contumacy notwithstanding.of them, or every And of _. ,,..,*._-" ,'. W. A. W1HTEHEAD, Collector.

:' .' .so poor a jury, was requested at the next : the Iioof when Pilot shall tender his
; a
whatsoever you shall do in the premises, NOTICE.EDWARD ser.ovrcCs
[ + session to i invite'' a more weighty and sing } -
: "
shall the Sba.'l: he liable to full pilotage
unto aforesaid ;
stintial class of the 'you duly certify Judge CHANDLER ESQ. is I pay ;
? :\.e m Accordingly at
the time and aforesaid but ifinsideof the Reef &.not within two
at together
'% :, next session introduced into court set place ( attend toinybu1"sumess
; a
with these milesof the Light-House on Key West,the
presents.Witness absence.
\. of jolly lookinggfellow's whoso..weight and it" during my
r. ; the Hon. JAMES WEBB orol'Jr said light bearing E. N. E. the said vessel
r.J\ -subs'tance'wilrnot: be questioned when it Judge J: w[SIMONTON.Key .
) sid; Court for said, District this 15th shall half: pilotage.
West ISlh pay
known that tho twelve good and April, .
: men true, .. ,
of < Sec. 6. The Reef shall bo consideredwhen
day April, 1831. -
tho balanco close ?
the ,
into at
1.iS*) emg put JOB YANCEY, ClerK. 1 he United States of America the Light-IIousc on Sand Key bears
the day's business, were found 4o weigh .- .
-- -- either E. N. E. W. S. W. .
, \.t;. less than 1 to..,7ewt, 211hs. or s045lbs.; TO TilE PUBLIC. All or
' Sec. 7. vessels liable
:;:L'' ":"';,,the. I lightest man" among. them being 225lbs. IN a libel ,by E. Chandler, Esq. U,,States' SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF age, bound, from this Port, shall to pay pay pilot-the

.')",..!. Attorney, setting forth claims to the Fl ORIDA.To same as vessels but if said ussel.
A t-- J. Jud]e Peters.-A lawyer.engaged in a :Schr.:: William Ross, charges are made against the Marshal Court !:: entering:
, olthe'pt'rior for shall choose to depart without a Pilot, theyshall
, .\1(cause oeforo Judge Peters, tormented a'P9or' me, as an individuaj, which tend to said JJhlrtcl
Greeting: : be subject to but half pilotage.Sec. .
.:; >.; German witness so much with quesv'tions.that reflect upon my reputation If unanswered, [ arc hereby commanded; That af. 8. All vessels except killgn's--

, \ ;. the old man declared he was so & may have tb'eellcct to blast my prospects| YOU ginng fifteen days public & legal smacks and \esscls under wjscls of
: /,exhausted: that he must have a drink of as a man of business. Under these circumstances of the time and of sale
notice place to proceed wreckers, entering or leaving this Port
, water before he could say'nny thing more. I would briefly remark that I was
: ,
to sell at the Whaif of P. C. Greene
the NorrllVcsl! and dru
through v-
. Upon this the Judgo called out to the tcd. I horn in a foreign land-that I carne to the passage
in the Town of West the
Key to highest four f feet shall
ing water, or over, two
ing lawyer, 'I think sir, you must have. United Statessevcralyears since and pay
bidder, at public out-cry, for Cash, the dollars foot to Pilot tuuleiing Ins
done with the witness now, for you have friendless ami-*t.pruper.1 ime rnL under ROSS per any
Schooner WILLIAM libellrd
against services out if said vessel does not n''h'c'
pumped him dry.' the advice of E. Chandler, Esq attoYrneyf aT ;
-tWARD'C11ANDLig .Isl: ;. At- said Pilot
half pilotage only t'hal1.LC' paid
law made Citizen before JI.V.. ( ;
1 was a
of the United States and return
torney ; tlc if Pilot .
a does not tender his service
A Hard Heart.-' I am afraid of the FontaneJudge proceeds of such sale subject to the further side the bar of tho said NorihWjt!
lightning\ a pretty woman, during a' Monroe, of which I have a certificate. order ofCouit : ,\ndliow you shall execute then lie shall passage -
thunder storm Well sighed a The public will therefore please take notice not claim pilotage or
you may, tins precept make Known to us at ihe half pilotage.Sec. .
despairing adorer, when your heart is that Mr. Chandler, who charges me in Conr'-House, at Icy Vest on the 16lh day 9. When
two or morn Pilots shall
st- !. his libel of perjury, is the man who has ted of May next, and have then und there this tender their
services to any vessel I, the first
into hit
me my present dilficulty by illegal wtit.
alongside shall bo accvptcrl.ind, it' efti-c.l!,
aJtice. If them be of ,
a want compliancewith
The United States of Amemerica. Witness thc.l/onorah1eJAJ'uES EBB,* the aid Pilot, shall be entitled to rmi\td:
time law it is his
entirely owing to neg Judge of our id Court for:aid District, hall pilotage.Sec. .
lect. I was at least seriously impressedwith this 15th
day of April, 1U31.
10. When Pilot
shall discovertwo
SOUTHERN J UD1C1 L DISTRICT OF a belief, thai I was a citizen of the JOEL
A AN CEY: Clerk
vessels it Shall bo
or his
FLORIDA,sa.To United States, until now. duty to

the Marshal of the Superior Court.ofsaid 1 expect to prove the property t mine by KNOW -YL, TO ALl. WHOM visit distress that which is nearest, unless a signal of

District, Uniting: the right of purchase, in which event, the NOW MAY CONCEUN, That in pur and be exhibited on one more lemok':
: Pilot
EnwAHD Cj1AI DL>ZIt, other charge ofperjury falls to the ground. fiance of the above Order, 1 will proceedto any stimuli failing to comply with this
fi.rfeit his
WHEREAS 1 will therefore, beg a suspension of public sell at the provision Bionch.
of tho U. Slate* Puhlicout.cry, at Wharf of Sec.
11. Any Pilot before the
for said District, has exhibited his libel for, opinion until tho teimutation of the suit; P. C. Greene, in the 'J'(.\\11 of Key West, Town Council of
incapacity or
of the said States and pledge'myself to prmethat Inn not on the SBCOM DAY OF MAY negligence,
and on behalf ; staling, next, shall, upoh conviction, be deprived of Luis
That unworthy the confidence of my fellowcitizens between the usual hours of sale
alleging and pionounduig, on or to the highest Branch

about the fifth day of April, 1831, at the : WILLIAM HORATIO WALL. ,bidder, for CASH, the said Schooner Sec. 12. AU fines and penalties imposed -
Custom House within the Collection District :: WILLIAM
ROSS this
W.-st by Ordinance shall be recovered before -
Key April 20, 1U31
of Key West, and jurisdiction of tins IIIR: TACKLL, APP. \1EL AND FUR the President of the Town Council, allowing -

Court, WILLIAM" II. WALL, a subject of Ll::c't1Oz.; NITURESigned : to the parties: in all instances, an

the King 01 Brett Britain or Spain, jointly will be opene Hn the several pro ( ) L. M. STONE, appeal to the Council. .

wjth a certain Don Henry Manuel, a sub- POLLS in Monroe County on the itrst U. S. Marshals. J. D. Florida. Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall ,go! on board
ject of tho King of Spain- and also with MAY under the direction Per TUEo of vessel he
MOND4Y OF nut, : t1NI'.NS.Deputy. shall exhibit his Brunch: and
certain ether persons unknown to said At- shall also '
of-uperinteudantalegally appointed furnish tho Master or Cumin md.
torney, neither of them citizens of tho U. that purpose, to elect a' D :LIG\TE: to er of said \esselwith
a of this Oidinance.
States, became then and there,(l for the sum Congress, for the Territory of Florida.Continues regulate the PiLttigr of this Port. copy -

of Fif-een Hundred Dollars, paid to a cer- Be it ordained by the Council of the .

tain Pardon 1C. Greene, Esq. tho Agent, I." C. GRE 'N' Town of Key H'('\t, That when any heron Sec: 14.allowed The following. .rates of_Pilot-
tage are
William Barker to transact Uenerul shall be desirous having the situation :
of and for Capt. partly by Agency
the said Don Henry l\Ianueland partly by ,business. of Branch ..1'110101'lhlS Port, he shall pi went vessel. drawing! 5 fFet .o. d7| : 0*

the said William ll.Wull,) the joint owners odds. taken on Storage &c.. to the Council a written petition ; whereupon 6" 900

and purchasers of a certain vessel called the O f* He wilfalways\ be happy to receive it shall be theduty ol the Council ap- ,., 7 ,"f.'', ", 1000

WILLIAM ROSS, tho property of the said and execute" all,orders, in his line of Busi |ioint a vommiitce of three competent| iter- : "V 8 1200'
eons to make etujJtry into the nllticatlon. J ,., '- 9 13 50
William Barker of the burthen Fort ness. q ",.
: of ) ce"c. *. ,, .
Tons, or thereabouts. That the said Win.If. Key,West, 28th. March,1831. and fitness: of the persons applying, and res ': : 10 .. 1500*

Wall "after having sa as aforesaid purchased -- purl thereon at the next succeeding u 'Ct- ',-. '. >' ; '"! :ta,.. v-V1"1, .o 165
frilliE has
UNDERSIGNED re-established
the said schooner order ing of tho board, when the prayer of the .t.o*J ;. t. ,12 10,00
in to X \
procure himself this EUAL
at in GEN *
place, a *'
'+" tf& "
and obtain tho ot said schoon petitioner shall be acted min: mil Pilots ap- .. ,/"' 13 1950
registry AGENCY AND COMMISSION. ::: UUtil- / ;; .
IKjinted shall to >. 14 /*, 230
er as his propeityand as an American NESS. pievious reccning fJlcirUra'lIch ''?. .. .'
sel, and not regarding tho Statutes of the JO//A WJHTEHEAD. give: bond with good and sufficient ,",". ". '"*'. ... IS'i= 2700

said United Spates in'such case made and Key West, March 18U: I. security tof the faithful pt-ifoimancc of their :' i-' ". .. .i..1rtl.'l'..' ;. 16 "* -3200
duty. r ;.1-' ,1tv' 17 3600
provided, but continuing to deceive and "
defraud the said United States: did; at the KEY WEST -' Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Bdnch, %* ', *'. ',;'" ","",18 400(5

Custom House at Key West aforesaid SEG AR 1 MANUFACTORY, I IV. btallhuxe and'use a Boat fculliutntJ largeto \ -la 450
J .. ,.. ,
take and subscribe to ail oath that ho was, \ H.. WALL takes this opportunity of enable them to proceed O\er time Itu f,and!...',.. .* '' "' 20 *"c 15000y

citizen of the United States, that ,he. was informing tho Public, that ho has establish. tender tho aid ot Pilotage to any vessel ic-' 'i.."... ... 21 5bO

the sole owner of tho said schr. William eJ A BEGAR MAXVFACToBv at Key West. quiring the same ". ". 1' 22- 6000

Ross, and that there was no subject or citizen He imports fur this purpose, the very best Sec. 3. Thai all \essels drawing o>'cr' 5 %",.' 23 ." 66 tO

of any Foreign Prince or State, -directly i- Tobacfofrom Havana.Segarsof .. feet of\\aler emcnug this Purl, except fishing 24" 7000

or indirectly, by way of trust, confidence : tho best quality, and of every smacks, \\ rcckingcsstla and vessels: See 15'Vhen'a"Idot shall be dct
or otherwise, interested therein, or dcsci iption may be had at his eatablishmeiit unut'i charge: of \vncktrs, shall r-a}' tile on board any \cssel after she has arr veil -

in tho profits or issues th nr. At the same (&T All orders in the al.o\e line will fated of l'tlolabu iicivui alter sli -citmtd. in time harbour, at the request of the

. time, that the said William II. Wall well meet the earliest attention... Sec. 4. it a Pilot does not board or offer Master or ConiMiander of said vessel, said

knew that: ho was not u citizen of tho U. March 1831. his seat ICt.1i lo u te ci liable to lake a Pilot Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive

States, that ho was not the solo u\\ucr of Superior Coi/rf Mffnroe County. until sail ussel arrives' within 4 wiles of Thiee Dollars furevtry such day.

the said schooner, and that thcro was some Southern Judicial! District of Florida, set. the Ligui-llouso 011 hey Wt'st l. said'Pilot, Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n

subject or citizen of a Foreign. Prince or Pardon C.: Greene ) sutouidiuggi uUrtiOg his set vices:: ohall be Branch, shall, at the lime ho obtain the

State directly, or indirectly, by way*of .'.. > AttacLmeut$4050 entitled to only half jnlota,e1t : ud if said samejKiy into Die hands oftho"Treasu'cr.

trust, confidence otherwise, uncurled: in""" Richard FitzpatricU. V Pilot dots nu board sand u>*di 1 'till) the TEN DOLLAUS, also one Dollar to the Clerk

the said: schooner William toss*, and in the N'otic. e is hereby gill 01 the issuing of Light-lluujse on Key \\esi is distant not for,teguiug ihe same. tec. -

profits and issuesthereof.: And that by said Attacluuent,and tUe !said Uefendaot, iuoie tUuutiwo mi Its, and diem bears E. N, + ? 17. All (Ordinnnres and parts of

of tho said premises, the sal schr. & all 1 other concerned tatertus required: to pled L\uof*k agc ,hail bo claimed, *: Ordm minces, fnilitating} against this Oidr*
tlnoamts theD 1aratlons.
to. of the Statute. ..
. : Wm. Ross, together with her tackle, uppa- .- ;e ....r& .: (;,11-\ \!d .1:4i. Sec' ; 5, An vet drawing five feetwaHi '**. fiance, Are. Lereby JeIJOOI<.>tJ.0. .' '
and 1 '.: subject, U) the ujuj &t ihuOrdiiitteer PATID COFFIN PI
t'vtl.> and furniture, &c. became, was by .- Plaintiff'svttvr*,y. piuvi ; KHAAJ
Jaw forfeited, and rt *ll lc and condeoma. hey W..t, March 15, 1831. I ..u f to tueuve t a julot outside of l'aideat Town Council. :
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