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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: May 4, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PROPOSALS" .." ..i''if,'<" .-..;:. -fI' -- they call criticising I"ClUf; but during the ,,.,'"Allows every, cutmmg rogue, to lake,hold' of

FOR, PUBtI9ItJN T11E JJ;: to> POETJIY.The performance hv the orchestra of a charming hid nose, and lead him just where hvplru*

KEY WEST" GAZETTE, :.,'- '. overture, 1 noticed that the combined, es. The plain truth is, he is a great, good-
t following vas caroled! forth to the
harmony of the
imr:; world in the last number of 'the Horn of instruments was slightly"interrupted natured, foolish sort of animal', not ,trmib
It
will lie the the Hditon to by sound!
render
the KEV the Green Mountains.' .the of'a trumpet: *, led with any superfluity knowledge or
WEST GAZETTE which
estin; and amusing to nit classes! ot reade inters" -L, nE t': (nJ.:R. from some unacco.mtable cause, did sense, and with no snore reasoning powers

It will,however; be more especially devoted The voice of a monarch' is heard in the air. 1 not tmcr"seem managed! with its usual adroitness., than my dog Urtittn, who wags his tail, and
From his vast throne erected 1 the discordant notes Id a little fatgcnttcinen rules 'after block of if
!t'o the Commercial Interests which may be in majesty a wood, as. it were the

ongaged in this part of theVonntry.All there; who blew on till his checks finest game In this World. .
Wrecks brought to this place wili"he His withering spectre is lifted on high, wore pulled' out like a Uorea I was reminded have! frequently .hoard that the quarrels

reported at as early a day as possible, with'* And his mandates are thundered in gloom of Anthony Van Corlav-r, the trusty of religious nun, of politicians, of IICIMS, ::'J i
through the
the amount of Salvage awarded, whpthei, hy sky. and immortal trumpeter of clrr' the headstrong and doctors wete carried on with cxtraottli J

the decision of Court or by Arbitration ; His mentioned Knickerbocker's: history -' bitterne In .. ....
with stir 1 li other matters in l chaplet be strips from the old woodland nary 5. embracing n ht .Rrr '
of New
may be deemed interesting to coomgZipnas th ,w tcrs.Hnllern'riters kings, York, the only true and im. life I had cherished a hl/'c| that it o:tviired t

: and other persons con And around him their trappings of royalty p.ntiai book ever written. Like his prcd" 'all necessity for unkind feel ing. :My little:

ccrucd.SI flings; censor he introduced sundry fanciful demi- 'trum(><'lor taught me the extent of rn,< t era ,-
His footstool is built on the loftiest quavers, altogether original which discoverer
oultt" hills I'klitor .
:: : sufficient patronage be offered, ALd his nor ale but men, and \f'f.luf'f'n
a ,Marino Telegraph will be established at signet and seal are affixed to the rills.\ the m01t'OIIlIClful genius for extemporaneous placed in ninialions calculalo I to dinw out

Sand Key, where all vessels passing in the Tho banner he-waves is fair Summer's musical composition ; [but the their' worst I'u :fiohs. My' rival curried on

Gulf Inay report themselves.The shroud, rapt envious and wilful IHUSOIIS who composed his periodical with great spirit, and' let'' no .

contemplated establishment of a Which lie 'hangs in the. sunshine and hides the rest of tho hand, regardless ol his variations means untried of ruining ne. lie unvo =t-

Mail rout between this place andSt. Marks, in the cloud; did not atop lo listen, but played hits pa cr !;form precisely similar' to tiiino :.

will enable,; the Editors to forward the paper His breath is the \Vhirl\:1nd-the\ wing of light ahead, whereby it sunset,uses occurred I but issued it at half the price, which knew! '.

regularly:; to all parts of the United the storm, th.it they had reached the end of their I he could not do without sinking( vast sutras
Slates. Which darkens the mirror of ea.-th! with tune when the
his trmiiefer)| wa flourishing of He wroth lo mid
money.
form. my agents,
The KEY WEST
G will
VZETTE be gracefully about in the middle.
ntli red
thought them higher commission and final
,
.puhlislled Weekly, on a Medium Sheet by I should do the ,
11. B. Smonur. & L. M. TONE.! In triumph he stands. See! uplifted afar, him worthy musician u favor by ly induced many of my subscribers to ill**
gwg informing of his
The Terms ofSllhscl'iption-FIVD Df''L His coursers bear onward bin snowcircledcar look tin eaiheat mistake, and therefore continue. My Moscow respondent, too, ., ,:';

LA US per Annum, payable in advaucejjjl ; few opj>ortuiiiiy of i idit tug a while taking supper|' ih an > yster cellar in >'

Advertisements inserted! at the usual Now mounting, his fingers arc twined in tho lematks, in a most amicable tone, lequestmg Chatham row. fell into a dispute \\'ithIIIY.:.
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rates.gf And reins, him lo keep ins trumpet within resident agent in Pans, and each attemptedto p,.

MR 1'. A. 3TRO EL at Charleston, trains.near him have gathered their satellite hounds. convince the other by hitting him on the. ;

(S. C.) is ,the authorized Agent of the The next day I had all the orchestra nose, till (hey were hut'r' cotii 'fled In till,. <-' t

and Editors) to whose care all ,' ucaU'iu" Hark! hark! how the chorus comes rom.d to my office, to read ll.o' article, one to their bedn; and the man who used to do ,"'
iscriptions [post paid may b. di pealing I after tID1e
other.
First all '
rected. alonar, coins the violins my sentimental jMieiiy went liver to tho

.- Which echo has caught from the loud herald pale, thin: ,genteel: looking gentlemen They enemy in a most treaclieimiH and migiata\ 1 i

song; read it through, every word of il ; all laughedan.t ful manner. Seieral of iny tiiher nmM valuable '
TO THR I'U't'JC.Aware How wild!, discordant i it falls on the some of them
ear bought the niimhei. prose correspondenlH look nllcn"', I
of the influence which a Public 'Tis the pecan of \ inter-the dirge of the Then tame the ha.snofi and the trombone, know not wherefore. I could uoirt* eer
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Journal is calculated to exercise upon aOIJIIJnlllnity year and they enjoyed clear
it mightily The bassoon through all these 'JIIC.81J1t.t-; I cQ,
we enter upon the discharge of : 00:c
with and trombone alwavs look askew at the I, little trumiM'ler\ injured' hiuibelfone mitilst
our duty full of its
a sense responsibility. Sketches
from "
\Ve deem it but an act of justice 5 the Dairy oran Editor. tile trumpet J lien. the clarionet walked lietore a la&injinable: audience, oy a'ieniprr;"

our Patrons and the Public to lay before The HE I nU\lI'E; : ill, .Ind l shook his sides ht the/ downfall of jug to execute n flourish UNJII| his HH.ru.

thorn our p.ans, and the principlesby aflaira of my paper() now begun to goon Ins neighbor; and by and by entered the meat, too much for he Htrcngsh! bl'iiioiiajlman. '

which we shall bcgoverned in our edito- of svAini'nmgly. Several unexpected! pieces harp-s iul, nod added his liiuuiph lo the destruction I He died-IIIM p>iter shared) Ins I'ub
oi'al capacities.The good fortune relieve my nuutffa wiighly :! oi (thu and
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burthen. poor tiiiniiet] The whole Wilt left! once more to stand u' K,>c..
commercial portion of our subscribers Mr. Obadtali 1'ho.II'.*on wrote tribe, flute, hoin, piano, lymbols, I triangles, my own merits.t

rna>' rely upon our strict attention to me word on the margin of the Ctt1111\\Ira kcith'-drums, Wtfieceen a. short miei- -.-

their interests. All vessels arriving at, or Clllocrt.) (with the pen drawn over the' vain great glee, me wind instruments

depart g from this place, shall he reportedat writing! ) i hat if I would publish some of Ins Vi>imy; i tlie inpiittirular MoST S1NUULA.IC ANKmOTK.Tlie : .
my < at soon! as z it t
as early a day as ossible. It is our intention original poetiy, he \\.mkl not only leave oil was !buzzed arunnd that "ihe blower of the tollmvii/ )<'> singular mt ideii' we (IIt'eft!

!be, also, (should sufficient' encouragement abusing me* hl/n-tIt, and runt the flood riUnJpcl) Ilad l been blown IlIlIItlclf ly heuid narrated! oy a genllemhn of om nc"
uITered to establish Marine tip
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) a Telegraph ; some
guts of the United States' I'Vderallllepijb-' of flit (leading qiiaiutance, as tin authentic. t'.ict: uhuh) ho
) Sand cnllru'IIICti
at Key where all heaitJ
veselspn8s-! were
ing nay report themselves! :-In the event lican, the ileury Jliy Recorder: find the Congiatiila>ing lliemsclves that I the had! the means of estaiiliHlnng' ; mid as we

of a wreck being brought to this place, we \I'lJ.>llOugl1 Jacksonian, but he would putFme Had alllJ1glhnu"t Jiisueits:! 1 trumpeter was at have every ,teaxon! to pu lire II/fist implicit

shill .;:aJeavor to transmit the earliest information and my piper| till! he had pulled away the first! pleased, then aurjxMeil, and ufrjrwarc1:1ularlllt confidence' in lux veracity, we can only exS

; and in every instance, when it recoileciion! of all unkind feeling. 1 must >
Ii practK-a" le, vc shall publish in what manner !here SIIP one moment to pay a just tribu'o' winch' lilY iii tie unconscious phrase is::, noticed before. Several yearn tI j>o 11I'r.

the salvage may be determined, wIJ tll- of admiration to the wonderful etlicacy and d.u-ed. Judge of paragraph pro- was a charity sermon given out to be pre'a,11..
or I.-y arbitration, or the decision Court: : my conslernatioKj when. ed
consistency of the law and at the I one Sabbath evening, in a Dissent
!
and all such other matter- in connexion, same accidentally discoveied that. this little luff
time explain how I came very C/lal'dllt/ | a HOitort town in .Ii, Wt>
which we may dcemjnteresting to UleQWnQrs to receive communications truiiieier| was Ill'i'llel moienor lesa.tnana | sr or

underwriters, or other persons con- 'first written on the margin (If man of immense fortune, entirely will.' England: When the preacher ascended! ,

cerned. newspapers, and then erased. Althuugh family, and who h.ulll 1 oilier out lie pulpit ho llniH addreHHed 'his 'hearffrKMv :->*
occupation "
Believing that Virtue and Intelligenceare every one is pleaded to receive a letter, no business, or idea in lilo but playing his bret/llel/ b'.'oiepr'tctM-iling lo Ihedtee *

the true .sources of National as they are one can hear to pay 'for it, and some people trumpet. I might have written the theatre on : ties ol'thus tenet!, allow/ me to rehtte *

individual happiness, we consider it our would nl any time take six shillings:! worth down with half the danger I short aneedote. Many yen IB 'have mow

duty, a* well as that of every other good ci- of trouble to avoid eighteen pence post meddling with ibis confounded incurred in lapsed' /nico; I wa l lust within 'she walls oft
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ti/ou, to promote their extension. We tntnlp e''. t flits
age. The conductors of lrouhc. Uon iliar the
evening
They mid; also | pastor
newspajrers
were me thai' hi.love
of
hall\, therefore 'his
which tnHirument -
support object at'thu
every therefore it
wont to interchange the roiigieganoii( [ wbich
has a tendency to promote these great ends. little was only equalled by 'his love ofreeii4e / ninny now
familiar idea matters present: must havo l formed l a ud. .
Religion constituting OUt judgment, the upon and things by and that it was certain he would part] lreHM-d '

best basis of morality, and a proper sense of inscribing them upon their printed sheets: never let me rest till he had inflicted : iua heaters for thuname benavolenl purpose *

tho obligation which wo owe to the Ueir7, thus cheating the gnat: office department of deep! 'blow--;upon my interest somt as that I am 'about: to sppe'al to yuulUulIgit .
being one of the noblest innumerable small .\ : the 'heaters ,
incentives to duty, contr.hulions. To avoid Several weeks cain ihiree' evil di<
.we shall\ never admit fcny thing into our tlius-/ a law was:: enacted inflicting) a Anally: |passed away, and I was young men with the intention of tu'ofP

oar columns, which is likely to deterioratethe of fifty dollars for every similar! otf nce. An flattering; raYtell'upon having escaped an ing at the Minister of iod but with ihoirjHickclM
former or to place the latter in impending| calamity, when I found
any position editor from down east was informed in one tilled\'Nirlr atones for the H
which calculated to lessen' that res- but ho against, of the newspaKrti| whose editor had of piirpf J '
proved that ho had drawn line mortally assaulting him. After' the Minister had
pect, which men in general should feel to- a over ollended by ;
-wards the Author of every Good and Per- Ills epistolary' correspondence: which the of steamboats! prating a particular line f-poken a few sentencex, oie| of time three .

,ct Gift.i col'rt decided (/although. tho wordll. LI.. pro.... Inn tViirtrtv with ihe owners of which said "....Iun,. It-t tin iM nl 'him nnu ?" but
not thereby rendered -- l.cntlcman llad.- IJIJRrr..II..1.1....... "'''', u"n n.h UI' time H'CUluJ replied "i\o
till
A few word as to our Politics-We illegible) was sufficient tide iccorninending 8Ujj ,,e hearwhat
for Jackson and State Rights-We conceive go lo take theoili-ncooutof' the statute; public a to the admiration of the /Ire makes of thw | ouit"-The Mina S
magnificent
that in the crisis and so they can jU'riodical, about to be tcr wont on for time when
present of our Coun- go on as usual, and published! some the second .;
snap 'full/ of
try, thoro is no man so well calculated to their fingers under the eels noso of the kind engravings, of a superior said .* We've 'have heard enough now- f
and
reconcile the prejudices of all parties; law. by far the cheapest and best that throw !1" but tho third interfered
who i is so likely to chain down that bitter In which had ever appeared in he's saying
accordance wi;:hour any not so foolish
new lit. country. HS expected'd, let .
arrangement duo u
ipirit of, contention, which threatens to tune, the' publication
I was came forth hear him '
soon as much bedaubed out? The
with concluded
tear asunder this Union praiho wrh preacher his
as ANDKEW nothing
J .tC. !:SON--His re-election is of vital importance as I had previously been with/ flander. My allusion flrnlsy original in it but some insolent I discourse without' being interrupted, and ,

to the editorial articles were all contemporaries. Every went home amidst the -
welfare of the Southern copied over the in the blessings of hia hearers
newspaper. United
States-Hi* feelings are with us so far as United Slates, and although! many paper and States took up the and with tho approbation of God in his '
each :
cry.
week
gave
we are right and them a half column of heart.U
; wherein we err, the moderation rc-prmted without credit, and some mark mo brethren-of
puffe to the
with which he has hitherto acted, times as original communications new publication. It was soon these' three my :
yet on young men, one of the HI wi
and the pomposjy announced
strong attachment which we have the' whole I found fame that the original numbers executed a few
Air !him, will, if any thing can, keep us within My su scriljcrs increased my rising rapidly. wereneaily all bought up, and that thc forgery=the months ago at' Newgate for IJ; ;
in such second!
the hounds of reason.-Entertaining numbers list of subscribers at thw moment hiss
these views, we shall by every honorable that I was about making some very extensive that the demand for was the increasing so rapidly under,clltf.'lJceof death: in thcrgaol ihi.'ci-' '.0/
work
meant. endeavor to promote his re-election: and profitable arrangement, by which supplied. I rould could not be ly for fih rdfr-IJI 'continued the Min ,'j"' !

\t the same time, we wish it tube under- the t'IMigral'hicallJauly| of the work would with so hillo not intrinsic conceive 'how a Journal i ister with great emotion-'' the third, ,"ro'f'.::g Le.;

stood That we belong to no party but the be increased, and several individuals of have merit, should the infinite goodneBS of (iod, it even nQ3t t '::1

party of our Country-We will lend ourselves great talent enlisted in my service. such sprung so suddenly up, and excited about to addreaa-litttn to him!" :
to no manor set of men. further than Every thing promised that I should a ferment in (he public. J at last (Ira.
as we conceive that es- ced it to time little -
their measures are cal- tablish trumpeter who
myself on a 'higher depen
culated to subserve the eminence than ding ujnut ills The pretext 1H34.
interests A
of
the ever editor reached h before immense wealth, had started year foreign ol" .
CountryAnd whilst we heartily despise when my flow- the work, and paid its server has, within a few
out of 'his nwnt'u"pufJicly
those hirelings, who have dared to abuse, for ery prodftccts were nearly blighted by a funds. way own ted thai by mho last eclipse of th/j star
( moon
political .. trumpet fn recapi the in
ulatmg
purpoesthe urthiest&best
of prominent 1831
men we are enabled to
our t'oiintry N ayere"assailed the sanctity I features of rny ;history, I am more than ever The public baa been taken in 80 often by sent computation IB prove that our pre ..

of domestic fi reside-->\ e shall void I led o acquiesce in ih/ justice j of the high Hounding schemes, which turned.out than three defective by no fewer
their example not jwet. (n the' end to be bubbles yetis Correctly speafcing) 1831
pennittingourcolumns 'Great that J ,
trcec from little acorns wonder he "'fiuuMlje) 1834
for
to he madea veiacle for grow, is not ashamed | Jcwephtia tells
personal slander! and 'Great streams from little to show" hilt face in the elf Jill lid
private abuse.-These things need correction fountains dO""i'IJut jet, t>o far from this ) ; shortly aftt-r the death of Herod, during;
t being the
and reformation 10 ruined by a trumpet! 1 case, tho whose government
can only be effected can bcarcely: more he is caught' the' the Saviour was born
by hih-niioded and honorable men frowning 1 sit still enough to write while 1 think of it. lie more ready and willing here occurr.-il an i-c1s tie of tIe ,,_wright Vi
in
seems to be moon tho
indignant upon them; by the adoption One unlucky night, when wearied out of a fish after so-as some little fool of the 12 h J3ih ot March and has ';{

of our \,otto as the standard of Politicians, I with tht drudgery of my business, I sought 'hook swallows, the having escaped from Brie tlCCn astronomically demonstrated, that u this ,: II

"Be just and fearoot, relaxation a GOO of the theatres I will Ii is very next bait lie meets. eclipse look place in the fourth .
"L" i all tie ends thou '.tat, say nothing about the actor I strange that with his hundred 1 thousand dhg the chiUtian year prece .'"
thought :
*B. tby Country.." Iwt I interfere with them. eye he cannot sear Into Ibmg more ncutely computtiion f)| titne; s }
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professiondlly,as and that being ouch a giart IB lie rin'ill :fitly modttu chronology \I. threw, !
,, strength \vholii years error. \
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t; eAt tipper" part' :"" Hog*furl i t 'pj ( cptht' i mate : tu:':-tn Mr.

t o e Light House lliO dUlY on Cot of *, fro hielt we rlra otst'y'a tepott OfJ.ltI a i=trl I j+'cj from I thonmtntt
g ." fixed of NO\.i 7 !lairs, it isislalion j)m .rl\ed
inches. the coBcliSsion, hal it II )'Co
me 3 feet C
(rum t ev.et of be,lea, ;
,..: what was previous} repo I ,-8 .If t rut fIII' ; Ian, been flJ /r om1)tt.
L ;htjtationary : 'thcNt1I h 1Jit' 1 witlt ttuoseL
.f ,I ny pcr'1J6i.m l: 1111; : fA'rn7r! : !
; : ND KIT LrGHT-Revolving once in 64 ,, ," ". it bM Jj 'r ser iccs.
f.f.aJl a
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pr:49.: p s .{1 i. 'h is thejbest Light oti'the.coastSW. ; Nest nf th Ca'm'' ftWroiiriniintincnf IrnTi'a' '. at- ,

by S..;tcFra'iles, fpm key WestLightest >, this wee kt'\.hopghi, i lifift\j1Y" ;': j.. pain ,under, five-year- ?, whose pnyfa

; lua i ted'directly' on the Reef. Thr., 'I toatile, is somewhat tc: l1ft/. T rr : $1.Q3 ,, tatkstvthlieutenant'colonel< ,

1.ti THE 0.1ZKTT23.W' ',1 Light 70 feet,above, the sea. ;.I, 1 ? middle' clas- \t ho rcc >i vva.$,372 ,32,, '. Jvovcr
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/"i.- -i' EY-In: ;Tl .. ,TORTCOAS L aair'--Stationary-On, one cs.yin.? jt )tarn ..livefl5jars1and?! tinder fl'n.

:' WbNESDAYy MAY 1831 of the Dry Tortiigas Islands," at the bu'ftlic poorer people are opposed Jo "ifunderlhe ,- :.tanrs W.. i a cHlund"-'lrp receives ,941 32
.: .4 ,* Western extremity, of the Reef in Lat. 24 l idea that ins the worm infidelity. kfl A captain over ten years ant tinder fif-

: ; "" We; have appointed Mr. JOHN .(3, 31 N.-Lon. 83 10 tom ;v .4.*: Strangers are exposed! lolnsult, and.consequently rtcenl. : rank,*'>$vjili" a" Erigadier. yfk v*< <;oneral JV; ,, who
-t'. ,HUAN our \gCDt-wlao .alone #is, empowv I .-.-< hastening: frorriUhe eternal 1 city. receives 4,442! H). '> "
'II. Bred to, collect; monies duo.at, thus placer "" "Wr TJie Belgians ..are by nriuieansjn a slate A capiam ov( r fifteen; y{ars" ,ranks witha
r and to; pay,all authorised demands. against ,, We are indebted to a commercial! friend, ffieifive \ wlio.recei G4.
of enviable, repose :;{ ; power*. have major general, ]@ 6,512
the Kir ,WEST GAZETTE .;+ :recently from, Havana I, for the /allowing cominanddi.tfwihoVe is 1-
confiding
e published! a .final protocol,'rtnd the master pay:
II ;' ., ,. exhibit of the commerce of that dur-
:tr ''P''H. jli<' : place (people of'llrussels were surprised to find 176, ranks with a major, who receives 2-,
,J -We.regret' ; Inform! our' readers that a : ing'the past year: attached to i it signature of Prince Tal= ,1.Ofl 3;. v

rw ,Murder has been perpetrated 'ftt, Charlotte 1 I-'Duties, ; 'received in the Custom House, leyrand. The ,document nsserts the, validity Tiwfcontrast is equally uninvitmgjo the'Navy I

: 'Harbor. ,As soon as information of the fact ,,Havana, turing tho year 1 30-$4,996,997, of all the previous protocols.. The *. fleer in other resjiects. No system

'vraj..cormnunicated" a .barge was immedi- f,and 2 Rials.. 1830. members of congress talk loudly of war, :'at, *the! public expense has

!.patched #in charge of'the Depiityt J':. Boxes Sugar EXPORTS, --" IN 309,516, and they are the' more anxious for a stale rilE fopll'd for thelaVier, nor can 'lie.ex

, < Marshal' '* P' B., PRIOR* and under: the com Arohes I'oflee,: ? 1,057,239 of hostilities' inasmuch: us such an event I asinlfia[ Army, where the-

nand of Capt.. JAMES F.. BOARD, with adej Arobes Wax, 30,760 would enable them, to secure 81'1r.: entity various giades give retOOl' for it. In the
Hogsheads Molasses, 33,119 12 with Frame. ,Naval ,service the Caplainmay;i serve lime

Par Pipes Aguardiente, 4,269. 1-2 The French Chamber of :Deputies ha+ country'during a long ifrc".y<, :;imBjy die a

,,, ,. ARRIVED IN 1830. B not been yet dissphed. It has ,not agreed Captain, ,Congress not. having deertit!
,
: ; U. S. barge.has \
at this harbor. The
troops Spanish Vessels of War, 69
,establish rank tli) '>
I "v "" as to the pecuniaiy qua'ifications! of Deputies expedient to a higher III
:: : returned with the prisoner, J. O. CAI.DES, ,,' Do. Merchant Vowels? 285
of : but by, the DU.V election law, an Augmentation Navy. :
Vessels War. 81
,;, d Spaniard ahos now in custody of the Foreign Do. Merchant Vessels, 708 has been made to (the number The Army Officer, too, is rewarded 'Tor

r .:\ "Marshal. We forbear noticingThe; particular SAILED IN 1830. declois-one ,sixth 'of them will be found ten years of critriousscrvico, will a I brevet

.circumstances the case' ,'as it'is under,.r t L SpanishVessels of War, 76 ill Puns. The King's Council arjs; "perplexed :' rank, conferring honor, and bunging

W" the corueiderationof'Court, f, ''-. Do. Merchant' Vessels,. 278 and the'AIinisler of War and the Minister with it an)increase of pay; the Navy (JUicer

..I', Great credit: 'is duVto. the' Deputy Marshal Foreign Vessels of War, 80 of Mailue, have outraged the.royal presence receives_ ,no'such flattering mark ol distinction. -' ,

*. I, Mr. PRIOR; and tbose associated.with' ) Do. Merchant Vessel- 702 by a {personal quarrel: Seven) ,resignations -., 1t asked' whether the Army service,;,

:.him"in the,enterprise' for,their prompt and, I :,' Total 4 Arrivals, 1,143 have;taken place, and the change jtSquires belter, intellect ,or higher attain-

"efficient conduct. -- : r'. 'Total sailed, ? '1,136 it is supposed, ,is favorable, ., the views of pn njlftor is exposed to more danger or
*' -J' ;? ,.1f. fin"." : --o.e>- the war* party. France, it is said, is determined greater deprivations, or involves more im
to declare war the moment Austria portant rt'slxn!fbiliries. ,'J'llo.1ist! :reported
Tho United Court for From the Savannah Republican, April 21. "
States'upirlor ,
'
interferes in Italy; and in anticipation of to the committee of deaths in-the Navy
the SOli thorn Judicial District Florida :-(. t"Still later '
... of from Liverpool. .
being called on tolead.! the French troops' since 1816 J presents a mortality, arising es tpecgiliy
,I'enm'mencp.d': it. Spring Session in this Town "' The ship Tecumseh!' Capt. Glidden, ar- Marshal Gerard,has already: appointed his from service on tropical stations,

:f on I\fond'aylast:,/ The lion. JAMES WEBB, rived yesterday evening ,from Liverpool, stall: The lairing classes: in Paris ate in wiiich; ite"Oific.ere may well contemplate
J!.'::' ;Presiding. ..* whence'she sailed on the 13ih ultimo. Pa- great distress, and the nation is"filled with with alarm. ,'r *

\t t': W" shall embrace the first opportunity! of 'pers by her of the 12th have: been received. discontent. The King is by no means pop- 4The present: Navy pay was graduated in

:\" :, laying before our readers, the very able and The most interesting information i is the surrender ular, and with the view perhaps of regaining l 1799. The |pay of all the Oiiicc-is: on I he-

, '''' : lucid.! .barge delivered hy his Honor to the of'VVar8 iwtwhich 'we notice with the opinion of his subjects, 'he is said civil list has sircfi been increased, and time

:';- ,Grand Jury, at .the commencement ef the regret, although it is what might have been to be about taking the command in personof same causes which have led to this increased

.... Session. In so doing, it will not be our object expected from the unequal 'Polish fo>ce to the troops on the northern frontier.! pay in the latter diSC, are equally appli- I
that of the Russians. This'1iuteJllgcnce -S cable to Navy Oificcrs. The pay was need
t..... to eulogize any individual'mor* especially : _c.umcsJn an unquestionable shape, there- '* ,fcjAVAjfXAii, APRIL 1. when the' ol'eratlon:1Uf thuN.ivyi; were lim

It' ja public officer.! We consider the fore thertTfs mTroonSTor doub --Tn ilU- I*MAU papers of the J0h in#t. have>>>ecn ited.priucipally to the duty of convoy. 1'lie-
I' official acts of such officer as public cial accounts of the surrender were receivedat received
every at Charleston; ,they are said to contain Report| says Us most enthusiastic fri'ndfJ.then9n ,
"; ro"erty; and, keeping steadily in view our Liverpool on the 11th tilt. Through all nothing new. ver anticipated that our naval !flag;

,""" motto,'we will# not fail to make known every the statements of the battles, it is pleasing Tue small !pox was prevalent at Jamaica. would visit every |part ol the habitable.

I, thing calculated to advance' the interest off' 'o perceive the heroic manner in which the The Adm,nil had despatched II. M. i-chr. globe waving over ships of war which
# Poles fought for that liberty winch is now Pickle to St. de Cuba Vaccine would attract attention
society. Sucb an exposition of the laws as : Jago to procure excite ndmiratury
:. js contained jn that charge, will enlighten closed, at least for a time.A Matter. and bet adop'ed 1 us models for imitation by .

t, the' minds of that, portion of the coummu- very large public meeting was held in Hour, was selling at Kingston, from 24 the prmcipAl inuilimovcr| of Europe.
? Liverpool, n the 5th March, at which Resolutions to $30 jer barrel. Tia expanded intercourse which these circumstances ..
city who feel interest therein whilit a w
an ;
) were passed, tendering to Ministers i T.ielir. ship IIpnry Gaiter, of Bristol, impose upon the O:1icers" i is
knowledge of their faithful administrationwill of
the the people of that townin
support
Christopher Wianglra, master, from Port productive however of very distressing jx>-
tend to give chaiactcr our Island the arduous struggle in which they were
au Prince, bound fur Flm.uth: with a car- cuniaiy expenditures, especially| as they .
ftbroad.
\ the factions of the
engaged, against : country go of Cotton and Coiftv, took fire at sea in ist, when afloat, keep up two separate ('8.
If<{' ' ........-.- on the afternoon of the 25 h of Much, in tab i...lnnent-, one of tlK'in for his family-
,At an election held in this place on Mon- The people of London and vicinity, and
lat. 25'5QN.. Ion.,74 18, and was soon: destroyed There is, of course, no saving of mosey 7
Z! .daj 'lll inst. for Delegate to Congress, the those c of Manchester and Birmingham, the : The master\ and crew took to the Under! these conjideraiions. he committeoprojxised

r? following was the state'of the Polls: latter to the number.of 30,000, had ass.'m long boat, and arrived at Nissan: on the an increase of The! pity; of the Jap-

" :7 J James Gadsden '70 ** bled for the same purpose. It is also said 30th ult. with nothing but a few articles of talUs and Masters Com:riand,mt, hot! torhorQ
17. that 'meetings were about to be held in every The to mtcrfere with *Lieutenants
t, '" Joseph M. White clothing. ship and cargo totally lost. that and ,
s "
Majority for Gadsden, ,..53 try.A hound for Trinidad, was wrecked in the require any legislation touching -
Committee was to proceed on the 17th
night of the 4th ult. on the Annegada heel, it.
" ...; enrp RJ [.-The brig Exertion, Capt. ult. to inquire into the legality of Mr. Ewart'e vessel'went to pieces, and the p'issen! ers A statement of assimilated rank in the present \

Jotm v'iioMASpfXdenfrorn New Orleans, election from Liverpool. and crew were landed on that inhospitable: state of the Navy: ;

; :: ,bound'to Pr9Y d mice Tl.' I. witLa cargo of, Reform Meeting.Pursuant to notice a little 'Island'on a raft, and were plundered There are in the Navy'37 Captains!: ,
' # four hundred and,twentt.eight! bales Cotton, mofiijng was held at Liverpool in the Ma- of every portable article that had escapedthe 17 of whom have been. ill cuin.nission above

' $.t .A was wrecked on the'r.)rtuga. on the 2th .'*sonic Hall, on the 15 " ult. the of voting an addrvss'uf,thanks to his were, Thomas B. Wylly, E- q. iiis lady .. eial. -
Vessel loit Captaincrew *
,entirely ,
-:
.
for his sanction of the of
majesty, rneasme a ,seven childrenand several servants and 3. have been in commission and
"'cargo over. ten
and,some of the rigging, Vic belonging -
I part reform'and also House of
to pe'ition
. Mr. Henry Franks, all of Nassau: under fifteen years,a ad rank with a brigadier
. to the have been to .
vessel brought
" ? Commons to give their sanction to the hill The Nassau viazctte of the..9th inst. con general.lJf _
, ,', thi! 'place by the wrecking! ".schr. Pizarro, now before them. Tli. Hall was crowded tains the following 8 have been In commission under ten ani

,-,R i;\ Capt. Iioxtu.:?and three",or,four smacks. with the most respectable audience said! to The. sloop Jane, of this port, Thomas over fivo years and rank with a colonel.

{'.I>, .? ,t ftr. .C ?" be ever witnessed .,Several speeches' were i Crowder, master, sailed from hence on Sunday 9 !have been in commissionunder: five.
t-l..1 For the information Mariners given on the occasion. the 21st and rank with lieut..
generally i Nov. last, bound to one of the years, a colonel.
'
" ,' we". lane.procured, troni'tb; Collector The House of Commons on'the 3d. ult. > ports in liust Florida to the southward of. 37 .*" .
t '. o of the Port, the following schedule of the was occupied a considerable portion of the St. Augustine having< on board as p ien- There are in the Navy 33\Moslers Conk
! '
r< : situation of the Light; 'tlou.es along the timejn the debate'on the Reform, and the gers, William H. Williams, &,'. his wife mundant wli. rank with a major. .
:
Florida shore interest excited was very great. and child. T\\o days afterwards this vessel .
under his
: superintendence.
it .
Chance llor of the in
The
:, Exchequer answer was spoken with at the west end of Grand entucT.y.-'J'ho o.Hcial returns under
""., CAn r..oB.ID\ LIGHT-Stationary-Situated to an .honorable member, said the Bahama, since which time nothing has been "ho late t,ell lI+ 'gives; this Slate 'a ;opiila
-, on the South Point of Key Duscayne, newspaper duties would not be reduced before -
heard of her, the crew, or passengers Mrs tion of 688,844, of which 165,350 are
," :- about 400 yardtffrom the beach. The, Lightr' .. tho 5th of'July ,next. Williams was going to settle his family in slnves.! In 180,664,317. Increa3 J24-

may'be considered 70 feet above the level The debates on the reform were contin- Florida, where he had some property, and 527. Tho Representative population<< is;
.t
; of the sea, distant from the Gulf Steam ued on the 7th, 8th! and 9ih! Mr. C >I'Cunnell> intended to, return here in the Spring, in 622.704, which at a ratio of 48 or &OO<
, :' about 7 mile's. 'Vessels drawing 10 feet may on the 8th addressed the ho tse at some order to arrange the sale of property he has will not 'entitle he to any increase in !her ,
I.
approach within ? 1-% miles of the,Light. length on this subject, and's'ated on l Ins rising in these i islands, but there has been no letters Congressional Representation. Her sister eY

Lat 25 47Lon. 80 42 W. that his object was to give his most received from himself! or AI;s.\%'. whose State, Tennessee, which in J 1830 fell in her

LIOHT 8lffreF :ORiDA is ,situated.on raf1rt1rd' decided and lie most was anxious listened,support'|with (10 the family is in this colony, and who 110 doubt 'reir by 142,000 so-jls: now, stands Iry her f
mcasire, to great eel anxious fur the of this vessel side within snal fraction
safety possessing a ai>
RejSgjgear the site of the old -tl ,
one, attention :" ;
'The Jane is a hindsone little slOp, equal share of political '
In Lat. '25 08 N.-Lon. ?0 ?7 W. It is easily At the conclusion of,the debate, by Lord about 23 ton%urden, built of the wood of power.

distinguished, as two, distinct Lights are John ltussell, on the 9th ult. which had these islands, her bottom of mahogany, t'A. claim was lately brought lx -

.,:,. shown, which can generally be seen at the then continued to the 7lh night the question and has a flush deck, with a trunk over her fore the Court of Kind's Bench, irf Eng.!
: : Its is to was'put"by the chair. The voices: who cabin. Ian.! to the .
-distance e of 12 miles. object, warn : recover amount won upon a
:vessel from the dangerous rocks)'and shoals shouted forth Aye' were loud and many; Any information regarding this vessel, fight! between a couple' of dogs: -Lord

near wth it Is placed -*-* but when the speaker, in the'uSll l form, or,those who \\'enfrom hence in her, will : Cnief Justice Abbott refused to try the
,
Kff WST LIGHT ktands on Wbitehead' ,put the question in the negative, there were be thankfully received by the Editor of this I case, being of opinion that the time of the
ojrrty.three voices cried No, one of which paler, or the friends .>f Mr. Williams in Court was not to be wasted in frying wlrch
Point, the S, W.. Point of the islN.Iraq}- 4.is said to have been remarkable fir its loudness -
the'e island; and the former such dog or which man won a battle, as the
requests
.': and of KeyYest; bin Lat, 425 : : and the others audible.
,, scarcely
f : inform:::lion froniany of the Editors of l papers whole of theta e illegal. It is
: !,r 8i 04 W.-erected for the purpose pf jjuidr ., Lord John Russell stated that he propn- in the Und States or elsewhere./ hoped the WE' n the

ing vessels when entering l.beb rbor, rho.t Sod to move the second reading of the bill ;' I Jo'irnal of Law) kinds comasiys: of l bets will

t" ,directions for which, areas r Uo..tDrinc on,Monday ecfriight. Leave was also givento The Intelligencer of the 14th nit says, be excluded rom the grave. consideration.

k" 'r ,th? Light to bear NN-Wand th BSpd Key bring in the two Ryfww bills relating to that Com Barron will be placed in conv. of learned Courts., ..
"* Scotland and I Ireland.XfyJaiuI. ". ,.. "
.
,
mind .f
the
: Ljft to bear W. S. Wand you cross tHfc i Navy Yard Philadelphia, as -
"
.rP. A Bf.fio about5.fathoat: vai.,r- !UunforKefVeit ,. vl Journal.--A under correspondent date of the of the Litr the successor of Coin. BahibrWgc, iiuneaj ..' The question, WJ1 printers Jo not sue

-.. \ Light until within t miles, then steer I | I intbun 16ihsay* of Com IVarnngVnn; aoJ that ,the last ceedln business a* well as brewers waa
regret I Q&t again td the total
yf W. until you open'" Fl..miDg's Key" apathy of the {people of this you on iia>oed offices will take the place of Cora. *.w.i'Qj thua -"Because pnnte wok forth
country
which is a Mangrove, Island, W the Nor- th$ great question ybtcb now ttafeM En&- lie Ikrron dinner at the Norfolk Navy Yard* A pub-\ I befltj, and brewer. for the stomach and
was to COOK where
V given t men
U4b"u. ul t iobradl" wemy hart a stomach: but One '
bur rup to f
us .
.. .s... "di' oo UwiM tilt. =
..I" s"'. '. : > amt Pb4adaIphia. has aj erad. .- .
..; "" p ,. ; -",; '-.J-.i .Ii::... '. A ...
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;,,, ,, :" "' .,;";" "'..:""," m .. -- ',.;.;..1'. ,'t"..' .<"
;\: : \: ." >\,-..! ,, '\ I.
If"1'
A deleeation of'the Choctaw Indians; ,RCSH has accepted t EIGHT OR GffARTtitt.IE ", ,

!f \vlid had been appointed to explore Clariasophic Society of ( -'i'lIt1SC,persons who fee 1 dispose rtl .. t staunch,now hilotjbont ch,. '-,>; .rY3
country west of the Mississippi ceded New-Jersey, to deliver the to contribute towards tho erection of &''. tlENltY CLAY, b rthcnfMl COleava 'xa:,

tint tribe I h}' the United States, have reo before the two literary CHURCH upon the Island, are informed'that \::: tons, Att.U4TrlOMrsoN: Maafdg Tor '

,*riiy+| rctnnuil! from their visit of exploration Mail. Subscriptions will ho received by tho on1.o about the 24th May next,'

They were conducted by G S ( following gentlemen, composing the Committce NSrlhefrV-pbrt.'! For Freight or (;) iU'- ;
,
Tins has reached of Flour from the Uni .., appointed for that purpose: applywT.. "
Ksq. gentlctnnn Hon. Jantrs-VVEBB, D. C.' PISKHAMT.:. 4ws" Pt Ct GR ;ENr., .i\gent.
P.
by the Vay of New Orleans; :he parts of tho world, in too A.'WnircitEAD, I.. \M. STONE Esqri. Drs.II. ,,April 26 wy: st

the editor of the Register, that after trr.'crill 1,225 801 barrels, which S. \\'AURHOUSE and B B, STFVOBKL.. r

the country for about two rnonthand, !!e exports for eight years f't NOTICTbo Subscriber AUCTIONEEU having _

giving it a minute and thorough examination barrels. ()::>: WE are authorized to announce Col. as ,
satisfied that it is .. '. L. M. STONE, as a Candidate for the next : for Monroe County, respectfully t.-n-
they werc perfectly
his frit'nds.and, the
Council of Florida dera services to public
in every respect: a most valuable territory %. lately sold in Legislative in' that capacity, anil! from long experi"cncaas -
for settlement. The Fausce Onachita the fortu I lathe business.ha
mg lady was Off- WE are authorized to announce' Clerk and Agent .
L'fyin JJlou, Buggy, and Kiamachc ticket-may it help her RICHARD FITZPATRICK:, Esq. as a flatters himself that bo will be enabled

all discharging. : their waters' into Red river matr' nuniallottery. Candidate to represent Monroe County, ia< to give general satisfaction.

are navigable t for a considerable distance JfisL. the next Legislative Council of Florida. 't _. It. B, STAN" Ann.. (.

md annul fine wide rich and well .-In CIIJ(" Key West, April 27, IH31 _. '. "j
up) !! years ago .- ,v
timbered: ",,1Iums. A portion of the uplands Led yard,'!a work now of tT:: LOST-A Buck handled KNIFE, N1'ICjt ..-. ; |
also arewelt timbeicd and the ; the account of Rogers' make with a large and small blade,
prai following co-parf.n'rahlp liorcteforo existing
tweezers and hook J B G marked; THE '. .
rids are generally rich.. The country :-"I took a walk to Pans on tht handle., pick A suitable,- reward will be the firm of POUTER SI' .\N- I
dv.cubcd for .a the de La AltO is by mutual consent dissolved. All '
ns possessing advantages saw Marquis paid for the above, if left at this office. :,
largo settlement either of hunters, herds good man this same Mar April 27 persons having claims against tho concern f ,1 -
are requested to present them to oithi.r of .
men, agriul' tirists, *or manufacturers ; it him, and even love him,
the subscribers' for and those indebted *
payment
abound in mill-streams, and springs except some few who CUSTOM nousi:. will please! call and 8t'ttlt'1t'ir arrearages -

fine pure water. Game of all kinds is rernarkabjy'abundant. 1 : these trips to Paris o: BUSINESS I uoura frum 9 A. M. to 4 P.M. as it ?it very desirable l thai the

, J Hundreds of UurTiIo to dine with this amiable :: )I. Oil other days, (Sun- business ilioiild: bo immediately closed.V. \ .
.' large droves of beautiful wild Hoiscs, Deer sometimes with our Mm- days excepted) from 9 A. M. to 21).1\1. \ G. POKTE15!:,

Turkeys &.n. were seen by the party as they to me. You know Key West, 11, 1831 31 II. It. S1's1 NA 1qD,

advanced, nnd as many as they desired the amiable Lafayette; will Key Welt, April 26, 1831NO'H \,
OFFICE OF THE -
---
were taken. The Indians expressed themselves to present, my moat: --
BRITISH VIUI -CO. ULATE
highly delighted with tic country to him? If I find in my 'OR.THK .
And Age'if for Lloyds London and the undersigned having re-esUMished '.'
and arc anxious to remove immediately. as much elevated above ; ,
, Mr. ninc3 thinks it probable that at leash as hf is above. other men Association of Unticricritt, Liverpool, at Key West as a ('(.)\I! \ IS-
SION MElirilNT AND OKNIHOLi: :
tlf the tribe will set out for their new ." Jl O. 3, .)Ui T'8TREIT.: ,
)
bis iricnd
AGENT offers !his services tu '
Office'hours from 9 to 3 o'clock 1'. M. .
A. M.
l Koines the and
a during coming summer
au- the 'l
and public 1 1I
(generally.
tuutn.r those leaden: instrn- If J\ey'\(>st, COlh!' April, 1831 .. A. DU. +i\VNT ..'ir'

development and the blun April 20, 1831 I
r $1150 has been awarded by the U. S. into by incompetent ED\\ AUn CIIAMIitt, lie offers orsalc at Lilli Ware Hume., ,.....'..,*
ATTOR>ty or THE UNITED STATES SOUTHIRN 1"
Pistil i Court, Mew York, to flyer and others \ \vecunsay with llcr- 30,000 feet White Pine Hoards
: DI8T1UCT OF ri.OHlDA.
' of tho pilot boat Gazette for assistance -.' There is no end to 10,000 first quality n. i irks
Court House, Key West, April 20, 1831. 15 bids Ualtiinore primo Beef .
;
he schr. Wave Harriman which Southern contains
to spriin.ialeck paper 30 do Nnvy HreadEinVAItDCHANDlii
a day or two after sailing from Mew of a large quantity of 'i he United Stales of Americu. I Innq' I'ri I\I (:ou's't'( .

York for Mexico, with a valuable cargo ) to suit purchasers; and --i -. ..-, .. -

' board. in the west oilers for sale ....... .J!'4''U; '. .

of cats, (on ft) ,m a SOUTHERN JUDICIAL D1STR1CTOF It I::>Q. is le

The Plriladelpltia Chronicle Fays tbat the il.. These peiversions FLORIDA, es. torn) business

Navy Department is now engaged in pte- height of the mal apropos: To thr Manshal o/'the Superior Court for during mv absence.J. .

paring three small vessels! of that weight ol' an appropriate couplet! or said r/c/jCJieeling: HIMONTON.': .

i model and capacity, wlu'ch are peculiar! ; HULAS, EDWARD CIIANDLKU, Key West 13tb April I, 1031.
suited for 'V l: has exhibited his Libel, for 1Contiu
preventing or destroying pirates sq.
wight and in a II ice,
. / devoured by cill".and nice. and uii bchul of William K. Hoxie, Masi rand. !,._ ( ( R.E(' I ,

A late nu nber of a North Carolina paper .. X'uniinaiuli>r a.fhv nclir, Vizuro: (aregular + es to transact; -eneral Agency
___.!' __ _..d. -::
WiecUmg' vessel) liusinesa.Ooods .
stating alleging
gives the following piece of intelligence. ,) Commission
Ono hundred pounds of iold wouldbe : and propounding, That, on the 27tt. day of taken on Storage &e.

worth over 820.000Vc' learn from LLIGEiNCC April lust he disco\cied a vessel I usliorc on O::T (Ho( will always he 1 happy to receive* ?

the most unquestionable authority that from that part of tho Florida Reef called the and execute( all orders in his line pf Bi.el-!

aercnttf five to one hundred poun is >/* fold OF KI.Y_ 1VE8T. Drr I'oriugas 1'eys. That on .iproachin[ : ness.
.__
; (tljn precise quantity not known) wen '0. slid vessel. 1 10 ascertained her to be the t.v "t's' 'l1'lt'1Trch. 1f

lately! "fo-ind! upon a trill k of land in Alexxlenbtirg \ i hn 4 lirtifjn, of l;den, bound front New .. -
Cutter Marion, Jack- Orleans Providence and commanded l rQ1.IE UNfFt1h1Oi.U rah, ru ustw .i.cej.
to I"y
I ; N. C. about twenty miles ,
county,
-. t.i"IlIelf at tlds place in a (il'.N I'lKAL:
13, of Charlotte belonging to two John TJiornas with a cargo consisting of
i. f"urmtltln.d and bales of
\
in Virginia, whose names were not ling Ixerhon-to: 1' C twenty eight NESS.
recollected by our informant.: Several pieces brig Exertion, Thomas, of Cottim. Timiat Mio rtiqucsl of I the Captainof .TO" T':UTRlI/-.tfJ.-

;. weighed from eight to ten pounds from New Orleans said vessel, he itnme.li.tely commenced Key West, March, I P.M.: .
was wrecked on the Tortu- taking out cargo, and I by incessant labor -

;', Jt is stated] in tho Concord (Mass) Gazette ; 2d inst.] '; and great hazaid, as' is'vd ;by about twenty TUI':: :VlS'" : 'u".Il--;

that Wm. Walknp, aged 91, IJbenllememvay : ncc, J S Rurrowti;Tor- four am: i'lmcl1 an<. seven vCt>-t.I:", he succeeded HAVINO taken the Store recently oc*
,
Htanard in the
&
1 C Greene. 'by Porter ,
SilnsVindi 08 who in paving said cargo,consisting ot'4
91 scrrcd
.
Noyes Tortugas-Cot- North Kant end fir F. A. Browne' \\ ro
.. in tie! old French war, and under ho hundred and uve.nly ci hlllall.tI of Cotton I House, offer for sde on acromiiiodiinc

Continental! Congress, arc now living; inp. lIen, J E Hill, Tortugas 'is aforesaid, together with the n .!>yin !, &c. terms, a general assortment of

. Fnrlllill hl\m. They pei formed their regular belonging to said prig, and (he liveu of the UHY ,OOlS,

day's work last season. Tortngas-Cotton-P crew. WacreujMin, a libeial compensation ( IlOCmlUS: andShill'
of i is Anilwhereas
: Iy'i1) salvage prayed. rilANDI.KRY.: ; :
Burrows, Tortu- the of said Court for said
, Judge TO.
Lr.ilon: Parisni Constantinople.Tht P C Greene. GEORGE F:. WEAVER k
District tmth ordered and decreed Ali-n-
: on
I following; is from Mr. F. Lowrie's Hoxic, 'l'ortugaa-Cotton Key Wt1.t April 20. in.ljUOIIHUT _
: diy; the sixteenth day of (lie present rnon It,
new chart: for all persons concerned to be and appear II. HTANA.wIJ,
tho river Thames is ten : Clift, Reef-Ballast ,gr".prl uc-
FLondon, on at the Court House, at Key West in said HAVINGtakentheHtore ,
miles lung, from east to west, and six and I i.a.ii hand
havo
S furrows, Havana District, to show cause, if any they
a quarter broad, from north to south, and Avw.ty OE'NRRAL ASSOTMKM' ur
why Judgement!{ should not pass an prayed -
DRY OOODH,
fifty miles in circumference. Its popula- F Colio Darien Lum You anihorif ed
:: are (therefore and unpowercd IIA iS
'It contains HlltES, ,
tion is 1,600,000. seventy
and strictly cujlJine.I'Je'lOpturilyIU I | M .MtP-WAIlE,
squares 8,000 streets, 177. OO houses, 146 Ann, Ximcncs, Havana-
c'tc, and admonmh all pemoiis what.ever ; Cur LEUY,
parishes: as uuny ehime:, 82 chapels and 1 pat iCII lady Copi.J ulm Thoinns GRO F.IUKH, AND
Eae: 15 Roman Cutlo} : c cha ..-ls, ( -Synagogues Rooke, Reef Ballast- have PIIOVISIONS
having, or pre tcndrrtg to any tight',
7 Quaker chauel*;, 163 Dissen And will, tho first arrival from rharl;-
: llousinan, Reef- title, claim, or interest in or, to the said t.y
ters' e.hapels: 13 theatres 4 medical colleges Four hundred and Twenty eight Bah) of ton, receive an entire new Stock: urn

33 hospitals, 11 banks, besides numerous "DY M UE CLOTHING: WAND
-. :--annnalLurnher Co'ton, ri1lm: )*, &c. belonging to tho said
'
other public institutions. oTiitn "it rlct.re-
this' Monitionand
Brig.xcrlion, by publis'iing
Paris is tour and a half miles long, about Josefe, Caldcz, llavana- all other lawful and Which, added to his present Assortment
by uieana
ways will render it more complete than any <>aho
three and a half broad, and seventeen! in the daaterT Owens,
Whitehead. met hod whereby: ibis monition may l IIC ( hland. All of which will be sold o'u the-
circumference. It contains 750 000 inhabitants
.
made most pmhlicuntl notorious, lobe and must reasonable terms. .,
( .... 12 mayoralties, 12 pnl.ice, 16 -'Alt.KU.
' Friend Cushman Nas !'l'eitat: the limo and !place aforesaid ; and 24th April, 1831
,
bridge-,2J hospi al ,67 ba.ik., 142 church -
also, attend upon| every session and sen-
es and chap-!:), CO fountains, 2S markets Woodward, New Lon sniis to he held there and from thence, until Est ate of O. LV akoln v.

4 Ulisellms,..!) prisons, and 14 theatres, besides a definitive sentence shall be read! andnromulged LL persons indebted to the late f). LWAKCi.er .

other public !Jt1 IJin3.: T Lentner, Apalachi- ), in the said business inclusively :\ will please take notice I int+ ?

? Constantinople is built on seven hills. if them, or any of them shall thin it payment must he made fortbwitli; and, all

On tho land side it has a strong wall and Mary Ellen, Hill, Havana their duty at) to do; to hear, abide by and having demands on the Estate, will pre ont .
' feet fivega'es them without .
delay.II.
triple fortificationseighteen apart;
iform all such
and
l' singular, judicial acts
WATEIUIOUBE AdmV.
The fortifications b, Havana-Master. S. ,
i ....... and as many bridges s as are nece-isaty, and by law required to bo Ot
Havana
Burrows 27 1831 .
Key West. April .
of and .
on tho side the river are weak done and expedited in tho premises-the _::1 .,

decaying on this side from are twelve fifteen gitea. CUlt, Indian Key absence or contumacy of them, and every DR. B. D. vTODLSTILL ;
Its circumference is to fourteen
of the'rn in anywise notwithstanding. And, continue to l'ractne his I'm--
miles'' !'!population CSO.OOO-housen fioiu Colio New Orlcan5-
whatsoever yon 811.111 do in the premi.*, ill all its Various BranclwK.He .-
40 to 45,000. Ii, ha300 mosque 25
: shall the afore-
you duly certify unto Judge also hand a constant and
Greek chllrch( 130 baths, and I 200 places :: N. Orleans-Master. slid the and aforesaid keeps on ,
at time place together fresh flft Genuine
and dera'hos. The Sultan's palace S iturrows, New Loudou with these prescmn.Witness supply

said 'o be most splendid in Europe, is three Nojes, New London the Hon. JAMES WEBB, Judge of Drugs and Medicines.All .

.miles in eircumfetenee.SLnpla said Court, this! CUi day of May, 1831. orders will meet a punctual' aUenUon. ..

J S Burrows, New JOIL): v A'('KY. ( '11". .
means of Purifying! Water.It Kev tV.-.t.28 'liMi'Hi.' : tail.ourt .

is not so >gcnetally known as: it oughtto Walker, Charleston_ A KKV WI.&T"

be, that pounded alum possesses the \RN1ANUI'A'TORY, Supnor -Mtmroi ( 05.1,1,.

property purifying water. A large tablepponiiful Rosa, Saodcrson Havana W. il. WALL taken this opportunity of -'?u+st.'rn J"fh nil U'.iirid:: of (''0 "ii::11, e Ct,

> of pulverise alum,sprinkled into jufu-.mug the 1'sitltcsm.it' no has enu "..* Pardon C. Greene, )

a liogstod of water,(time water stirred round Cxi. A BtOAR MANPFACTOKV at Key \Vf8t. .'.. V AtUcbm .Mt54t\60

at the time,) will" after the lapse: of a tXGER", lIe imports| for this purpose, the very bed Richard Fitzpatrick ) .

hours, by precipitating the impure particles for ApabcbicoU, sailed Tobacco from liar ami.Segarsof Notice U hereby given of the imiinpr of
: '
Attachment and the said Defeodaat.
\ a ,
and Charlea
lr StuDe.
so purify: it, that it will be found for ew London, iho best quality, and of even & >U others concerned.are required tu pleAd.t' ,
all the freshness and clearness '. detw-'iptionmay be had at hiseniaMishmen .
possess nearly ,lr. J. ('oUmt > the Declaratiouf ia term of the Statute
of the finest spring water. A pail full iro'ii i IA- aua, arrived 4th (;:7- ,Ml orders in the above line wilt M_ I i'L I-.t.. '

r confuting four gall'htt, may I* purified Owen*, O o'H&ra and J me ur iMilicst. attention. l'I ''ntUf"'. .4ttAnse..

with single tea full. tucb, 1831. Wgtl4fucb 16, U3S. _, s
spoon ... ....,. .... ....... ......- :.t.ey'& _..c. ... "'" --.... .
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,; ..:'"" .' ; ;,, ORnlNANCETo 'III Sec. 17. ....fn'OrditJnnccs and parts of

; _.y owing to hi?neg. XI41 this Port. Ordinances, militating ngainst this Ordi-
Iiii regulate the Pilutagr of I
Unitedracrica. ect. 1 was at 'ICt l Seriously impressed rclx'akd.DAVID .
hereby
Council the nance, are
the of
the Be it ordained by
with belief, thai I was a citizen of COFFIN PINKIIAAI
. Town of Key West That when any |persou ,
,
SgdtmiBRN J UDiCIAL DiSTRICT OE United States, until now. Presidentfotvn Council.
lTo ,lanr,. ** mine shall be desirous, ur having: the situationof ,
the by '
property
t*; FLQRUMfsa. \\to.prO\'e shall Wat. II. WALL Clerk.
; "' rt i in .which event : Branch Pilot o'f this Port, lie presentto
she
.' thl'Atarahal of Ihe Superior !,urt'o : .10 .g.Vvi>purchase, '
r
,* r' y -j.; otfilrcfiargfl; falls to the'grotfndjJ i theCouncrl! a written petition" ; uhcrenp e
'*$' a it,1 Dittru, Greeting: ': .it' perjury |
!
the Council to
t shall bo thcduty of np- .fI.1'eJa'ioiJ
of public ojy
"WTHTTHEREAS EDWARD CnyV 11, will therefore,beg a suspension,
Attorney uf the Ugta' pinion until the termination the suit;; -poinl'a'committee of three competent jicr-'

:for, said: District Esq. has exhibited his :;:...r6f; and, pledge myself lo prove that I rm not sons to make enquiry into the quabti liol1- Extract from a Law of the

'said ,"'!' confidence of my fellow-citI- and fitness of the |persons applying, and tea dated 16th
and on behalf of (he States; stating unworthy United Stales,
thereon et the next siieceeding'rnceting .
and propounding, That, on or e ., port
alleging about the fifth day of April, 1831, at the zens.WILLtAM HORATIO WALL. of the hoard,when the (prayer of the .. March, 1802.

Custom House within the Collection District i Key Wi-si, April 201831. pelitidner shall be acted on: all.JIIJts appointed SFC'110N-'XIX.:

.. .. shall previous to receiving their
J-t-nr
of this [ MLIL nr -- ,
of Key West, and jurisdiction (' ', Editors ,the West Gazette. Branch with Every person who shall procure or entice
Court WILLIAM ,II WALL, a subject of, | 1 0 e .of Key give bond good on9.sufllClelt!
GBNTLEMEM, for the faithful performance of their a SOLDIER of the United States to

, "". the King of l Great Britain Spain, ,jointly ; In'looking over 'your paper of security desert, or who shall purchase from any

4I' '" with a-certain Don of: Henry Manuel and also, a,with subject the."20th inst.my attention was forcibly ar- duty.bee.: 2. All Pilots holding# a Branch, Soldier, his Arm, Uniform Clothing, or

;; : ofthe King Spain, tested article signed by 'William theicof ntul Captain or
'said At- by an stall! have and use a Boat sufficiently largeto any part ; any
!:;, certain i ether persons. unknown citizens? to of the U. Horatio Wall1 of Key West. '0 so much enable them to proceed over the ltu fand Commanding Officer of any Slrip or Ves'

';': torney, neither of them of that communication as regards the ,libel render the aid of Pilotage to vessel requiring eel, who shall enter on boned such Shipor
there for the any
f :*States, became then and ( sum in question, I think it entirely unne- the Vessel, as one of Jlis Crew or other-
aces- same
", of Fifeen Hundred Dollars, paid to for to reply further than by ob- wise anq such Soldier,, or
>;: the cessary me Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over & carry away ,
Greene Agent
tain Pardon C. Esq. serving that Mr. Wall has I beliete been feet of this Port fishing shall refuse to deliver him up to the orders
William Barker partly by water entering except
'Of and for Cap in obtruding this subject unseasonably I of his Commanding Officer; shall
Manuel and over hasty smacks, wrecking vessels and'vesscls upon
the said Don Henry partly by before the public, when it is already under charge of wreckers shall the Legal conviction, be fined, at; tlle1 disne-
William 11.Wall ) the joint owners pay
'the said ,
under the advisement of a proper tion of Court havign cognizance of )
,and purchasers of a certain vessel called the rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. any
ItOSS the of the said tribunal. I 4. 11 Pilot does not boaid or offer the same, in any sum' not exceeding

William WILLIAM Barker of, the property burthen of Forty But, them is a charge in that comrnuai his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned,,

,Tons thereabouts., That the said Win. cation, which a sense of justice to myselfand until said vessel arrives within 4'miles'ofthe any term not exceeding ono year."
or
it be to friends, imperatively __o+o>-
may My West said Pilot
II. Wall after having so aforesaid. pur- Light-House on Key ,
chased the said choner'in.order to po calls upon me to notice: a charge, which so boarding 01 offering his servtces'sliall be Extracto de un Ley de Los
of Mr.
-cure and obtain the registry ol said schooner I might almost say in the language entitled to only half pilotage} and if said Estados Unidbs con fe-
Wall Mends to reflect reputation,
his and,asan'American ves- upon my Pilot does nut board said vessel 'till the
** as properly, if unanswered, and may have the effect to West is distant cha. del 16 de Ali I al'zo
... -8cl, and not,regarding the Statutes of the business Light-House on Key not ,
' said United States in such case made and blast my prospects as a man of more than two miles, and then bears E.N. 1802 .
Wall's embarrassment (
; It is said that Mr. present -
provided, ,but continuing .to deceive and E. no pilo age shall be claimed.
the 'i7-
is to SECCION XIX.
altogether imputable
defraud the said United States;did, at the sec: 5. All vessels drawing five feet .

..""*>.,Custom House at Key West aforesaid, legal advice' received and from me.,doubt The written two water subject to the provisions of this Ordi- ? Persona alguna quien procura o1 us

take and subscribe to an oath that he was a words are printed, were no nance,refusing to receive a pilot outside of iati el huir de alguu SOLDADO de 1 e.s-

:citizen of the United States, that he was in italics; and certainly convey a double the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his services Estados Unidus, o' qiiicn compin, tie ai
that in official
the sole owner of the said !Chr. William meaning. The first, an shall be liable to pay full pilotage; gun Soldado sus Armas, bestido de Untformi >
I had abused the trust
Ics-r, and that there was no subject or cit- capacity, important. that !but if inside of the Reef knot within two o' quatesqnera parle de ella; y alguo.
confided to' -and
Prince'or State directly mo; secon. as a miles of the West the o1 Oricial Alandandu
lizen of any Foreign Counsellor I' had : Light-House on Key Capitain algi
or indirectly, by way of trust, confidence private ignorantly such, or said light bearing E. N. E. the said vessel FrRln'l0' Barco quo sea, o' quieu) se
motive
or otherwise, interested therein, or perhaps from a worse put a shall pay half pilotage.Sec. emharca en ella cotno Murmero, r,' de

in the profits or issues hereof. At the same construction upon the act of Congress,as 6, The Reef shall be considered qualesquera inodo lleva Consijo JilguoSohlado
the law itself would have admitted.
time, that the said William II. Wall well not when the Light-House on Sand hey bears o' quien deja de entrepnr el
I feel
As it the first insinuation
knew that he was not a citizen of the U. regards assured either E. N. E. or W. S. W. dicho Soldado ala oiden del Oficial

States that he was not' the sole owner of it was not intended; because, as if is bee.: 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot- Mandando, sera nbligado, a I ogni uria
well known at the time the alleged 'ille I
the said schooner, and that there was some age, !bound ftom this Port, shall pay the' mnlia Si'gun ladcscrecion de la U rte <;cue \

advice I was
subject or citizen "of a' Foreign' Prince or gal was given, only a psis ale same as vessels entering: but if said! vesMJr J tenga conocimiento del mitnio en. qua.
Hftd It t>een in -mlevl, a would! .
attorney.
indirectly, by of > \ ckiouao to \vithout Pilot sic-iulo niiba tic Tres
Slate directly, or way not have become me, on this: or any other depart a they lesqueru soma no

trust,confidence otherwise, interested in occasion to have com e Jed an answer.- hall be subject lo but half pilotage. cientos pesos o1 puesto en la piicion

the said schooner William Ross,and in the My conduct, as an officer is ever to sec a, All vessels except wrecking vessels -, per uu termino no siendo ariba de uu

profits and issues thereof. And that bymeans open smacks and vessels under charge of afro"
those who have a right to enquire into its
of the said the said schr. wreckers ) this Port .
premises, entering or leaving
legality; but, I wish it to be distinctly: understood APPROBATORY TESTIMONIALS
with her tackle the North West :
and
dinning
Ross through
"Win. together apparel that if i in a single instance 1 passage, or THE
and furniture;&c. became, and was by should condescend to reply to an ii.uendo four fret water, or over, shall j ay two UNIVERSAL MAKIIS'E TELEGRAPH.REPORT ;
law forfeited, and the sale and condemnation dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering hi-
the the -
against me as public prosecutor,
of the same are prayed. And whereas act must be,considered solely as a mark of services; but if said vessel docs nol receive of the < t.ir.mittec of OJsi-rva,

the Judge of said Court ha'h ordered favor. said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid; tion of the Boston Marine fcotiety":: to )v cr-.

and decreed, on the 16th day of May next, If behavior be in manner obnoxious : if a Pilot does nut tender his service out the system of t\2arine Signals i or rl elepra|>. i.

for all persons concerned, to be cited and my any side the bar of the said North-West passage Flags was referred, Ravig: carefully examined
I think that free citizen
-
rejoice to
intimated, to appear at the Court House at every then he shall not claim pilotage or the Signals, and experienced their utility -
has his remedy against me, by an appeal I at sea, recommend the fame to nautical
Key West, to shew cause if any they have, half pilotage.Sec. .
l to those who have seen fit to place me Brethren, as being more extensive ai.il easier -
why judgment should not jwss i as prayed. 9. When two or more Pilots shall than

'You are therefore authorized, empowered here.As it respects insinuation 2d.I advert tc lender their services to any vessel, the first have distinguished ever seen in 'use in any this country tiignali, they and

and strictly enjoined peremptorily toe.iteand it with reluctance, and shall dismiss the alongside shall be Accepted: and if refused, feel confident that everyone wlio will give

admonish all persons whatsoever, (and par- all its Ihe said Pilot, shall be entitled to received them a fair trial, will he convinced that
subject entirely. as
soon as featuresare
ticularly Wm. II. Wall,) having, or pretending I half pilotage they are very useful and valuable inven
fairly representedIn
to have any right, title, claim or interest the of St c. 10. When a Pilot shall discover tions.
the said schr. William Rosa early part January. 1830. I The Committee having also examined the
in or to two or more vessels, it shall be his duty to
was requested by Mr. Wall to make appli- method of the : this liar
using bignalsin: or,
tackle and furniture &c. by
her apparel, visit that which is nearestunless a signal of
cation for Ins admission the
to rights and are fully satisfied that any information that ,
the main-mast of said
on distress be
publicly affixing privileges: of a Citizen of the United States exhibited on one more it mote: may he required, may le con add if \

schooner, and leaving there affixed a true The Superior Court lor this District was and any Pilot fading to comply with this received from any vessel (using the bignals
hereof and by all other lawful shall forfeit his Brunch.
copy ways not then in session, as his Hon. Judge provis.on approaching the Light-House with the

means and methods whereby this monition Webb, was engaged at the Court of Appeals Seen 11. Any Pilot charged before the greatest case, cornctncss and despatch
may be made most public-and notorious, Town Councilof incapacity or negligence and that their merits need only to be fully
,
and moderations with which I
to be and appear at the time and place | ; c. was shall, upon conviction, bo deprived of his known, to be duly appreciated. -
at that time made acquainted, but which,
aforesaid, before the Judge aforesaid. And Brunch. SAMUEL M. HOLLAND,
of 1 could not in honor disclose
also to attend upon every session-and ses- course, President of the Con.mil tee of the
Sec. 12. All fines nnd penalties

tendered 1 it that imposed
Mr. Wall
sions to be held there and from thence, until i highly important by thu Ordinance shall be recovered before Boston Marine Society: ,
definitive-sentence shall be read and should obtain his certificate at as early a THOMAS ENGLISH, See'y.To .
>a I' the President of he Town Council allowing 1- .
8iblt' without the : ,
promulged in the said business inclusively p period as p awaiting -

if them, or any of them shall think it return of the Judge. Under thes-e circumstances appeal to to the the Council.parties, in all instances, an $hipna
I clearly explained to Mr. Wall The extensive adoption of the Marine
abide and
their duty so to do, to hear, by
Sec.
When
13. Pilot shall
perform all and eingular such Judicial acts what were the provisions of the statute of a go on board Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all de.:
the United States, and further remarked ofa vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and criptions thrcnghoiit the Union, has rencierv
as are necessary and by law required lo be shall also furnish the Master or Commander '"' ed it establish
him, that though the law did not fxftrmtly expedient to Agencies vasriots
done and expedited in the premises: and vest in the County Courts of 7hT Pies, of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- Seaports whete Registry Offices arc
further what law and
to do and receive unto uauce. kept fur tlc.purpo&o of entering Vessels
justice shall appertain under the pain of the power to admit applicants as Citizens and furnishing sets of ; Books
Sec 14. The Flags, Signal:
following rates of Pilot-
of the if the then ,
the law and contempt thereof The absence country, yet, presiding and designating: numbers. > *
and contumacy of them, or every of Justice of this County could be persuadedto tage are allowed : Ship Ma-ters en their return from fI Sea.are

them in anywiso notwithstanding. And put a liberal construction upon the Act On a vessel drawing 5 fret, $7 00 requested to send their Signal Boflfes to ei*
"
whatsoever you shall do in the premises, that possibly a certificate under the Seal -6" 900 titer undermentioned Agents,to have

you shall duly certify; unto the Judge aforesaid of his Court might suit all his, (Mr. \\a ) 1 1000 inserted therein all the new entries of dcsig:
U" numbers which have,odeuried
then .. 1200 nating may
at the time and place aforesaid, to- purposes.The .. .
::0 a during their absence and are porticularly
with these Justice did construe the Act agreeably *, 1350
gether presents. desired chew numbers
to their designating
10"
Witness the lion. JAMES WKBB, Judge of to my'suggestion, and in this manner 1500 when from the Port
'* entering or departing ,
Mr. Wall obtained his certificate of Citizenship J 1" 1660
said Court for said Di-stric.t.this 15lh -
oar of Portland, Boston New.York Baltimore
Thus, then, it seems that instead 12" JO 00 ./
day of AWl, 1831.eJUEL I .* Charleston and Sind Key. By conforming:
YANCEY, CIrr*. of his having been naturalized u under 13 cc 195u to this particular their Vessels will be reported -

my advice," I candidly exposed: to him mv ** 14 ,. 23CS by the Telegraph.

TO THE PUBLIC. own strong doubts a* to the result. They 15" 2700 AGENTS. ..

N libel by E.Chandler, t: q.U. States' were so strung indeed, that even afer matter 16" 3200 LtMun-Moony

Attorney, setting forth claims to the were finally concluded to his apparent 17 cc 3600 Observatory Portland,.

Be r. William Ross, charges are made against satisfaction, I refused, what 1 very seldom 18 cc .000 JOHN K. PARKI.R,

; me, as an individual, which tend to I have refused--a fee. J9" 4500 Observatory, Dosto .

reflect upon my reputation if unanswered, To the 3d paragraph of Mr. Wall1 communication '. 20 ''c '- 5000 JOHN GRKKN

&may have the eflect to blast my prospects, I shall not, nor would it be proper f 11 6500 Telegraph at the Battery, New-York?,
TUOMAI
as man of business. Under thesccircum- to make a reply. 'I'he simple ,publication 22" 0000 Exchange NE: LION Baltimore.,

stances, I would briefly remark, that I was of a Libel Admiralty would not, 23" -6600 JAMS M. ELFORD,

born in a foreign land-that I came to the I 1 am sure! have excited the curiosity of anyone 24 cc 7000 Charleston

United States: several years since poor and immediately interested, had not he Sfc. 15. When. Pilot shall be detain THOMAS

friendless, and at a proper time, and under himself, in a manner, forced it upon pet ed on board any ,teasel lifter she has armel E.UT'N.Key W E'Cti t tNOii
..
the advice of E. Chandler, Esq attorney pleV attention. As to the merits of the in the harbour, at tJ| e it-quot of the

law, was made a Citizen before II. W. case, under the consideration of the Court, Master or Commander of said vessel l, said ( E.

Fontane, Judge of the County Court of I neither wish, nor do I hope to bias the 1'11018 mil be entitled to demand and receive ANY citizen who may apprehend a D&.

Monroe, of which I have a certificate. public sentiment in one way or another. Th ee Dollars for every such day fn.m the, U. 81atel' Tr
The public will therefore please take no The restoration or condemnation of the Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n and deliver him over to an Officer of the*

tice that Mr. Chandler who charges me in schr, WilliuDtOSS will depend upon the Branch, slllf at the lime he obtain tl e Army will be Paid the sum or FIFTEEN

his libel of perjury, is the man who has led testimony and the law same, pay into the hands of the'l'reasure. DQLLARS' for each Deserter thm secured

no into my present difficulty. by his illegal. LOW \RD CIIAlU>LEU.J T ZN DOLLARS,also ouo Dollar to the Clerk l J. M. GLASSELL '
it ; foe issuing the some. l Majoi Commanding.r. .

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