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: May 25, 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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FOR runt.isniMsIUE) OPINION I of his Hon. ..IndueN! KIHI ,.c, the Territory: : and! be at the same time upon the first branch of your cn'lU'II'I', in
pressed in Court during the late session, rand fide n'citizen of the United :States: as plain and intelligible a manner as I nm
I upon certain points of Law submitted by next thing required) by this law lo able; before closing toy remarks upon this
give the right to vote' is, that the person subject however, I think\ it proper lo observe .
It will he thc aim of the I rdi'or! to rcn- the Grand Jury
claiming If,"'shall have resided, in the 'I'elw to you, that a necessary ingredient in
tierth: KCY: WiST: G\/iynT. inters the Grand
; ntlcmen
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read ., rifory Ihrce months immediately prccnting: the. crime of 1 jH-rjury is, I that Ibeoalh I allcilgeU -
rstinpj and amusing! to all ri"!;'I'S
It witlhovever he more especially devoted I hate received: a note, signed l by Ilm'citlltlcl1l'n the day of election Under this head .1$ to be false, should havetifcen taken tin

t,> the Cotnlllp.reialllltercsts which may be ( as n committee of your body I embraced lie third point contained in your derv !Knowledge that it was so. A person
engaged in this part of the ('unntr) in which I am informed, that 1 l\-p' exists: I enquiries. may swear inhO@CIIII, and yet untruly ; aslor

All Wrecks: brought his place will he ;;real diversity of opinion upon i,"tam The same meaning is applied to the term ms'iuice' when the truth or falsehood of
reported al a early a day as possible, with questions'? of law, arising from I farts nt,'v "residence" when! used in legal: I matters as I the oath I dc|>ends niion the nice construction 1 -
the amount of Salvage awarded wiirthc. 'y hefniu, the (hand Jur), or which may come is given toil in common acceptation( ; u cure of a patticuhu: law, under which that
tlie decision ot Court, or by Arbitration) ; before( it at the session and requesting Kill the
present ; reel definition there fate muy be had, by a oath was taken. where law i is so
with such other matters in connexion
. ri9 may lie deemed interesting to tit owh- my instruction uIMmhu folio winy tefi-micc to' iiny English lexicon. Johnson ,. plain, a< d the circumstances. arc so distinct,
orvmdcrwriters, and other persons con- points.1st. defines it tbe, (he "u't of dw jlling in a as lo prevent the |IKlsKlltilit of doubt on aleasonahle
Berried. : "-"- In what consist the qualifications plac*'.-.place of abode.'' Dwelling is defined mind ; the legal presumption
Should sufficient patronage bo offered( of viler for Lelcgale to Coiigiess', or for t to he a "Habitation." The verb to would h be. I that I the olletioe resulted from.,*

n Marine Telegraph will be established at the Legislative Council ? Dwell meuns'Mo' inhabit, lo li\njn aplace" "prax.ll, and I it \\oulli. theiefoiebe:( u l proper
:Sand Key where all vessels pissing in the 2d. What constitutes Citizenship: of the Habitation is tithe place whi/h receives subject for your consideration and animadversion. -

Gulf may report themselves.The Territory.? dwellers, or the place in whirl a prisonlues. :
contemplated establishment of a 31. VVhat i is the legal definition: of the ." !If is istherefoteohviotiH, than the 101111 Your next enquiries are-lias the Captain -

Mail rout between this place andSt. Marks, I leirn rrsidtncef4lh. residence, in Cdiiuiiou,ncceptalion; means of vessel, a right lo resist the Alatshal)
will enable the Editor to for\V1t rd lIP paper Has ,the Captain of a vessel a right a particular spot, or place, where persons or Sherill', m tin atlem >t lo board his vessel,
regularly: to all parts of the United to resist the Marshal, or :Slier: !!' in an at- live and! way be' (omul, when sought-A for thopur1)oct'of'sert'intl piocess? and

States. lemp' to board his vessel for the purposeof home distinctly! defined and knottu:-In many How far docs the jurisdiction of these
The KEY WEST \ZRTTE will be serving process? ,l III'"'\'ial decisions which have been made OI1( NS extend in such cass?
published Weekly on a Medium Sheet, by 51 Ii. I low far, does) the jurisdiction of bv (hll'rent Courts in the United Slates, IC'- As theansWer lo ojn-of these questionswill '
& L.. M GTU.e.TheTertnsofSubscriptiun1IVE.
DOLLARS those ( flioer& exluid in such t tasea? sidence is said to III' deteiminul by the necessatily embrace the points c'oilluin-

per Annum, paya'ile in advance Presuming that your ol.ji:ct: in making domicile of the party.-Domicile is a word ed 1 in the el her, I shalLtakc (hem both to-
Advertisements inserted at the usual these enquiries,is, to obtain such informal- derived from the latin word Humus hue, : ether in the explanation which I shall of-

rates. on as will enable yon to proceed correctly and s gtiifirs "a house: u building ," most: ler you.

cKr MR. P. A. STRollEr. at Chaileston, under the criminal laws of the Land, if ii usually applied a pnvalc dwelling.! Aa Upon the various 'subjects j involved in .
((8. C.) is the authori/.ed Agent of the 'shall appear that those laws have tJL'I'n'in- icsidence, in law, may be said to mean these enquiries, I have little difliculty) myself '
Editors, to whose' care all Cotrm< inicdtv lated t and feeling myself bound by duty, that house! lo which an OOicer would gQ to ; hut to make them plain and tiHlt: factory -
and Subscriptions [post paid] may be di as well as by inclination to give: you ai ull serve a piocess UM>II some person knownto to you, by giving all I the taaruns and

rected. times such instruct! in upon legal matwls be living thuds, and which service mighl aigumenls upon which 'ny opinions arc

_*e>- us you may require, in the discharge of your be legally ell,Clt'd, ('\'('II though the person founded, would lead to n disseilulion on
TO Till 1'UH'JC. ollicial obligations, I !have asked you into ;against t whom iheptoicss was, 1 be lemporn- National Law, and require n leleiciiv. to

Aware of the influence which a Public the Court room, for the purpose of expressing lily absent, by leaving copy, provided its such a number of judicial decisions:: as
Journal is calculated to exercise upon a my opinion upon; the points submitted.:; nature, did not requite a (wibonal attest, '\'OUltlllllt be peimitled ,by he I units usually
CHiuuntinity we enter upon the discharge' of Tin qualification of voters for u Dele- I do not !know ( .enllrmen, that Iii) exposition allowed to iiisiruclioiLS ol' this!. kind. I may
elr! duty with a full sense of its responsibi Ic'jjaie to Congress, or for a member of"t>uT is sufllcienlly lucid, tolo he satisfactory lay it down however, as a geneial! I principle,

lity. We deem and it but the an Public act of to justice lay before 2ur local Legislature, are so cU-aily I defined by f to )'1111. The pioMi9itiot| > list Ifnp-| that the United Slftfr.s JMIJJSCSS, und exercise -
Patrons the Act of the Council approved !November be almost self-eviden'-: exclusive that
them our and the principles pears to me, lo is jurisdiction over j>or-
fey which we shall pans begovcrncd in' our cditoual f ist 1029. that it is diiliciill} for( me to (hen-Poie difficult to find arguments which tion of the high' : sea, which sic within a
capacities.The imagine how u a great diversity of opinion" will explain Arguments which ate used iiinrit line lu.ihneof their short 1'I'IIItIIluw wa-

commercial portion of our subscribers u I)lot) that subject could ham arisen.! The! .o rli-riilnu1 piojiiisilions winch' in themseUes mark! ; and as a i ecessary consequence to

h may rely upon our strict attention to oath which that Act directs to be administered are |perfectly plain, are generally this exercise of juiis'diclion, her! oliit'ers
"heir interests. All vessels arriving at. t+r to all persons presenting thenis-clveti: mote obscure I than I the original I piopositionx, have the right to hoard vessels within those!
departing from this place. shall\ he reported to vote' whose I tight to do so is questioned! and such I fear, will he found to bo the effect limits (for the purpose of exi-cuting' |1"\1-
at as early a day as ossible. It is our indention places) the mutter, it seems to me, beyondall of tiosr, which I have C nploycd on its.!! IK-vond liar distance, the Ligh teaa

also, (should establish Sufficient Marine encourage-Telegraph reasonable cont rm''r'l\! '. I It is in these this ocwision.-; If howeve" I hate failedto are common pro|.>erly to nil nations: ; and /

m"nt be at ofere.tto:Sand Key, where all a vessels passing words! "You do Solemnly sweat, that iota satisfy you, I tan at least t say, that it is hough olleiice* committed on boaid American -
may repoit thC"1JIllchcI'-lu the went are n citizen of the Unil Il.S't1I".nIHI ot that l>crfrcily clear to my mind, that the trim vet.' ..f a wreck heing brought to this place, we Territoiy; that yon hate resided! in stud residence means an actual abiding at summit'1)nrtscnlar any part of the high seas: are cognizable
shall endeavor to transmit the earliest information Territory at least three months next preceding phic, and thai no I t'r -OIl run in the Courts of the! United State, still,
; and in every instance when itt this day, and that yon have paid all come within its meaning who u is wandering the jK'iprlralor of those:: otlnicc-st) miiM 1 ,bo
practicable, we shall publish in what whether man- legal and just taxes required of you." about without any (lc'fiue'cllulIlIl'. or with found within. I he jumdicliomil limits, of( the

ner the arbitration salvage may determined the decision of Court -: If words can be put together in any way, out any !known place which cnn be reg.iid- United Slates; before the' ministerial oliicers
and by ail such other matter in connexion, lo involve less arnbiguiiy, I am not uw ate rd as such-I am fortified in this opinion of the Courts cum extcute upon them the
which we may deem interesting to thrown- I of the mode which should be tesorted to not only by the decisions of Courts' ; but process of I lh j law.

ers, underwriters, or other persons con i for Ihat purpose. In this Oath, }ou will particuly ro, by llii-cvidcnl reason of I he luw Wheiher hherills) or other minislerialonicfrs -
cerned. at once pc ICCivc', that three tiingsurv! distinctly which is now under coiisideiation. has of I ho "Tn itor>',han> Ihe right' lo goup-

Belies that Virtue and Intelligenceare pointed out as necessary to unite, 15 can decided that a visit from ono place on any (part of the high yetis, for lilt purpose

tho true sources of National as they are in the your, to make his vote u legal one; another for I"JlIMIt-| of business, docs: of executing prorfsn, arising wider our local
f individual happiness, we consider it our and the person who takes the oathkiiowmg not change the. residence of the JM-ISOII laws, i is a question, which' (allhoiigh
July, as well as that of every other good\\citizen !himself to be destitute of any one of these making the visit ; 10 do hat time must bean equally( clear to my mind) is much more difficult

,therefore tn promote their extension.object which eslall qualification, swears falsely) and is liable actual and hortu fire change ofdomicilr. to be comprehended I by persons, who

has a,tendency to support promote every these great ends. to all the consequences of perjury.The lint nik'K'iiilfiii| of judicial decisions:, H have not rn.ide such'' Hiihjeclw, their iN'csil-

Religion, constituting in om judgment the first thing required is, 'hat the voter seems to me, that the olljlct obviously ('1It- Jar study./ The term High St-as," means

Vest basis of morality, and a proper sense of must bo a Cititzen.. of the) United :State: tcinjlai'd by the I egi!'l.ttiuc, would give a any waters on the ilea coas1, below the
Ole obligation; which we owe to the DEITY, 2nd. lie must: have resided in the Territory holution to Ihi811I1e tiClII. Uy law, resuh-nts boundaries of low water mask, although/
being one of the noblest incentives to duty> t.'nee! months immediately preceding lie are subject to certain exactions, such u.s such waters l he in a road-stend, or hay ;,ui,das
-we shall never admit ,ny thing into our day of election ; und 3d.! He must have working on wilds, !'!serving as jun is, paying :: i it has /been lie usually teceived opinionof ,

eliI' columns which is likely to deteriorate in paid all lawful taxes required) of him.To taxes for the suppoit of the government under / ibis community, that sherillw; bud constables -
the former, or to place the latter any po-
which live and militia / have
they (x-ifoiimiig i. right to xfrnlr> noel l'lIfcH'o
sition, which calculated to lessen that respect constitute a Citizen of the United
in should feel towards duty and, as a comicnsation| for these exactions thee grocers of Territorial Courts, over
. which men general States, where the person is not a native
the Author of every Good and Perfect born cilizc'n e\'cral ,\:. certain piivilegesare allowed them, many of the waters which mine within this
Gift- things ale necessary among which, is the right of voiinuul elections definition, it will be more ifiiTiciilt/ to, lay

Afew words as to our Politics-We go various modes' for are heir pointed uccomplithmentjvo out, in the Acts I bat fir those who are to assist in makingthe d"wlIJt,/ true rule, m n way that will I ho
Cur Jackson and State Rights-We conceive Congress circumstances of each laws by which they are to IK-governed( satisfactory: or convincing, us in doing HO,
that) in the present crisis of our Country the peculiar particular under their residence ; I ei sons therefore,who many of those pu'Conceived: notions must
there is no man so well calculated to h individual entitled to the priulcge, inav an wandering aiiout: from place to place,(as !I.t combutled and resisted.
reconcile the prejudices of all parties, be met. The must irn|>oriant requisite'showever seamen for instance,) who have neither' It is it correct general principle, that the
who i U so likely to chain down that bitter are, that an alien to become a
mih, properly| home within the I'lruis of judicial/ or ministerial oflici-rs Out State orT
which threatens to be white and free born be.
spirit of contention, ci izen, must! ,
the Territory, who are liable lo none of 'rutory, have not a right to extend their
tear asunder this Union, as ANDhF.WJACKSON must hive h resided at least five within -
-Hi 1, re-election is of vital importance the limits of the yeais United :those:\ exactions!!, and who really claim a authority beyond the limits of that State or
to the welfare of the Southern jiirisdictional home with all the rights of citizens: and res- Territory. The 'question then in--What
:Slates und he have made certain renunciations -
MUtc*-His feelings arc with us so far as lenls flsewherejfliiielj could not have hi en are ihehnits of lh" Territory' of Florida ?
and taken certain oaths I
we are right ; and wherein we err the moderation prescribed contemplated as being the ones who are to By the treaty of J8I9, Spain ceded to the
with which lie ha hitherto acted "by law. Until these things am done appoint the law-nrakert here? United. Stales, in full) proierty| and ove-

and the strong attachment which we have io {>erson born without the limits of the The next and last thing which the law r.,igr"y, oil I tin TcrrilorieH known hy the
for him, will, if any thing can, keep' within United :States: entitled to vote in (bus
of Kasl
name and .V.'itt Florida and she
f'll'liu1& to constitute a I.'galJtc'r, is, that ,
of Entertaining tin
the reason.- Territory for a Delegate to CongicB3oi
these views, we shall l.y every honorable a member of the Legislative Council, umilcsrhe he should have paid all lawful and just mjactnt( Inlands de'niU-rii| on said I'io-

means, endeavor to promote his re-election: be the child ofu citizen, tfintoranly| residing taxes requited him. voices; and it isovt-r the country thtit irana-
-At the same time wo wish it to be understood abroad nl the time of the birth, or It is! the opinion of many perMms, that feiredum! over that alone.lt at tlO'I''rrllo-
that we belong to no part but the 1l'an alien, who became a citizen the word required," us used: in 8Mt.ifyiijg| rial luwscan now ojierale.} In Iflil4't'HI"ionvi-o
party of our Country-We will lend ourselves the I this qualification, means a |*'itsonal demand, find no conveyance of any part or |>ortion
child ut
Ins ul'twenty -
to no man or set of men further than to : arriving .agu of the S do
High *-'IH! nor
by the IH-I.SOU apx| 'inud to collect tr receive ; any
conceive that their measures arc calculated one .
a we years.The the taxes. For myself I think differently law of the Legislative:; : Council, which 'i'f'fJt/J
to su'iscrte the interests of the be citizen
law also to
ountt'y-\hd whilst we 'heartily despise requiresoters ; it n the law imposing: taxes whichrtijuneu ;, intended to tlaim a right to exercj e jurisdiction
: of this Territory and I i presume that liiriii.; TinAct which
hem and the called over df'lirJ'SIJI'iIlHItS
those hirelings, who have dared to abuse for ; |pc;rson the
>Hiliticai purposesthe worthiest&.best men of your mcoiid enquiry i is founded upon this Tax Collector, i is only apjxiinied to U'receive i of !'tluruc2''utility. confine, it to
our < '1111 II t ry- ay,even assailed the vanctitv I'rl'ftriptllluIf: the iKtih/ ; but as ibis' qua't-' I them. It is nut made 'his duly to gofiornliouseto a certisih (Hjrtioii of I he Mam Land 'htrein
of i he domestic firesideN c shall avoidtl.eiresanpleny heat ion is embraced in the sub erlu, nt one house to maki' |>eisonal dnnand j-jiccitird, and "he Island:: of Cajie Florida

not perllHttin on rcolnmns of ibri-e! months residence illlJlll'lfJalt'ly prt- front thotK- liaU-l 1 to |wy, he 13 only requir- li u line, the Incorjioraiiiig} rle'I'own'
to !>o : rt-lea vehicle for personal slander and cfdmg the day Cli l flection! the j'lauatiuii t-d loalifiid at certain particular places to of Key West, gives to the Town Council
private a i'iu .-These things need correction i- will more prosily come under that htiuj. of
rt-ccive them, and thereby afford a canveri- she !right passing laws respecting Pilot-
reformation be effected
,hi and h-minded a and lunlJraIe can only men fiuvtu- will icmrak however, that any ciiizenot lent fipM| >riunity for those interested to lender age into the harbor, and mating die nwwbaiy -
by :!:
n.dijjnaut upon them; by the adoptionof I the Unitetj Siaii-s A bo actually domiciled them, and if they be not paid within ax'itie4l Quarantine regulation for the pretwvaiiou -
our >iotto a* the standard of Politician.. in he Territory of Florida, is a citizen ol | nine, ho may I.SHUC! inn exucutinii uf healthy; but these acts do not uflict
lie jmt, and fear not, ".0 let riturt, Theie is im bx-ciliel| (: lime und levy on their property without further I the general rule, or whew' thai any right
"I.e ali tIe end. thouaim'st ut. I of rl'Sulc.tuc nwit>;ir> lo roiuj'i'tiie surliciiuuistnp uo.ice is claimea: to 1)11I:5II&W9 touptrne>> uH>n thoICilY
"lie lily (;ountr)'i." provided the person actually

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sws.: The Jiarbor: of Key Wcst is an 'rom the Now England: i'scvicfTtiF1u \ision.,Ono of us,,I.o\vcverr! ,standing upon =
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mich is CAVirtN.11Ir. Ilioton", with the lights stationed nl iljlTcrcnlpaitsV yIJB.J .\, } '..
appendage to the: ::Town, and oa : as !
much within rho limits of Territory of liiiior.-7-Tho" following is a,d g&lip- ;: : ils I ba ;..oLtnmcd.n novel find in lan WfiST-: ----- -

Florida as the,harbors of Pensacola or Apr tiou ot a remarkable natiifalcufiosi1y, *u- trrclting'icw of the cavern.: There ts nn Wr.DNESDAY. MAY :25 lB.,
palachicolaj and tl/oug/iilie/ Councilmigit ualce' in? i .c mon501l, Ken echo liNe that is very powetfiilnrd improved .. ow -- -. ,_ ___ :-
not pass laws which would) aflecf: person" ffjfckyvhtcii7ifjon, ; t think It will be midcstmg '-, l it with: a song, much to nor gratifi We issue!' but one paper for the last fortnight .-
b yond the harbor; still, they could properly to jour reader, you arc at liberty cation.: We started forward again, ,travelling -
113}'. that no vessel should come within to publish It is the cavein known gene- over a plain of two mile extent!, and instead ot.two; thiscirct'rmlancc lnresulted :
...n' the limits of the Territory, unless she rally, us the 'Mammoth Cine.' about the same distance OUT locks ftnd from the impossibility! of procsirir.: ,-
; would conform to certain regulations, and In'the''monthi of December, 1820 the hills, when we arrived at t the rccfond waterjJnll. : workmen; at this 1'Iacc-\\: air mnl.narrangements : -:'
writer of this sketch, in with an* here dashes into a pit \t"i*
that if she did so come, her officers should company Tho water to procure a steady hand fnr '.
incur certain penalties, which might b forced while they remained within the j juTisdiction Louisville to Nashville, took occasion to occurred hrri>, that liked to hate !carved fatal fulirowo! shall never be tinder the nerrr-
of their Courts. visit this cave. We found it inderd to bon to bno u?. The, sides of the pit arc
the of
of claiming! indulgence r.nr su1
ty, -
Anothor view may ho taken of this subJect rare specimen of nature'sVort Its en formed of loose rock; and we amurcd ourselves

; Jurisdiction here is limited; to the trance, was a steep declivity of a hill. by rolling them down, ii order to !tcrbcrs'.o+c--
Territory; thotc is no law: which extends it The dimensions of the mouth arc about hear them strike the bottom. Such is the
of ; ,
beyond that limit, and the question may be forty feet in height by fifty in I breadth, decreasing depth of it, that a minute: lapsed before Uy an net Legislative: Council ( r
:Asked what is iho Territory 1 Does, or can gradually for the first half mile, wo could Lear them strike, 'and// the sound this T'rritorIIerc3Ctcr. no Auctioneer nf
the word "'fe.ar lOl y" comprehend any por- till tho cavern is no more than ten. feet in of it but very faint. One cfour,party venturing Key West, can sell any Hoods, Wares or
tion of the Sea? From its derivation 1 height and as many in breadth; at which' too near for the purposbof rolling a Merchandize at Auction, by deputy, under

should say not; it is taken from the latin place a partitiohlhns been erected, with a large stone,started tho f foundation ont.4l fh the penalty of two thousand dollars.
word Territorium Which means a Country door of convenient dimensions, for the he stood, and was precipitated down about Tlus Legislative Council have approprk

lying within certain bounds; a district" purpose of protecting the lights of visitors. twenty feet, with the tumbling stones, buf_ ted'th't .t fiouMhtl dollars tyr.building n J-.n
Territorium is' derived from Terra, which There is at this place a current of air fortunately, a projecting rock saved him at'flits jpUce.., Thin money is to be furnished

signifies; "earth." The whole and true passing inwardly for six months, and'out destruction. This pat an end to nil our out of th,+ monies atist: from taxes on sale
definition iheteforc is, A Country of earth wardly for the remainder of the year. Sufficiently ::; amusements, and being much fatigued witha
at Auction. Col.) LACKLAND M. STONE and
lying within cert in boon *.-A Duttric strong is it, that were it not for (ravel of twenty hours on foot, and seeingno .,' 1
of earth.-A district of earth cannot be the door that has been made, it would be fairer prospect of finding the end, than WILLIAM A. WntTEiiEAto d'1 Esq. arc appoir' :

said to embrace auy part of" the High impossible to preserve an open h;;ht. Jt when we commenced concluded to re- .ted. to superintend the building.
Seas." is called the mouth as far as this place, on turn. We accordingly took up our lino of -<:I+C-:- ": iI.: ,
But account of its bring the extent of the influence I We Lave been politely informed by a gentleman -
it may l he asked, if nothing out the march, returning the same way we ca.i e.
Territory of Florida, within this restricted of daylight, which hero appears likea After being forty two hours absent from passenger on board the schr. 'c'rl1.'

meaning, was conveyed to the U. States! small star: Formerly when the cavern the light of day, we again found ourselves eadcr, from A palacliicola, thai so far as con-
by Spain; What right have the U. States to was first discovered, this part of it was nt the mouth of the Cavern, and gave ourselves jecture warranted by the returns received
exercise cxclnsire jurisdiction over that por- nearly tilled with earth, which has been recently up to a refreshing sleep. it' k more than probable that Colonel

tion of the high seas, .,'hich extend to a manufactured into Salt JPetre. There are a number of pits of great JAMES GADSDKN has been elected as Delegate
marine league from the si ore' The answer Having prepared ourselves with a sufficient depth, in different puts of the cave, which to Congress from this Tciritory.
is, that rhe right to exercise that jurisdiction quantity of provision, oil, and candles: made it necessary to he'cr careful in ex- ---:>>+e>-
on the coast of Florida emanales from and taking two persons as guides, we took ploring it. There is danger, also of tak- His Excellency WM. ,P. DUVAI., whose
I the same source, which fives the right to our last,view of the daylight, and proceeded ing some unexplored room; and becoming commission expired on the 17th ult. has
exercise a similar jurisdiction on any other forward, closing the door behind us. Immediately to lost as not to be able to find the way 9Ut.I' been appointed by tho President be Gov-
. part of their roast. It- is we found ourselves in thick and This is however obviated
;.,, not a right, ac- by the precaution ernor for another term, in and over the
'quired by treaty or compact. It is one conceded almost palpable darkness, the wholebf I that has been taken as far as has been of
to them as a Nation, by the laws of four lights spread but a feeble radiance explored, to place the figure of an arrow at Territory Florida.o

Nations. Bynkershoek, Vattel', Azuni, and about us. Such is the height of this place the entranceofe\'cryroom, pointing to the .- -The brig+oSHIPWRECK. -Wm. Tell .
other writers on National 1 hw, lay it down that we were hardly able to discern the top, mouth of the cave. "?are should be takento
RILEY, from New York bound to New Or-
as a correct proposition, that the domin- and to see from one side to the other was preserve the lights, as it would be im-
ion of the adjacent sea, extends as far as. utterly iml'ossiblFrom this place, ex- possible for any one to find the way backin leans, 11 days out with an assorted cargo of
possession can be held from the main land; tended several caverns, or as travellers have darkness, farther than the first Hop Dry Goods, Cutlery, &c. was wrecked on
and that all that portion ot the sea whicha named them, rooms, in different directions.! per.' We found the names of ladies inscribed the 14th inst. at 1 ".M. on Bird Key, near

Sovereign can defend and protect from This part of the cave is called the First at the farthest point we reached, and Tortugas Light-the Light House bearingN.
his shores, is subject to him. "That the Hopper.| The soil at the bottom of the our guide remarked that they were the most N. 1-:. distant about two miles; she was
defence of territory cons.sts in the force of cave is very light and strongly impregnated courageous visitors he had For three relieved by the wrecking ifchr. Pizarro

arms, and that as of all arms, cannon can with salt. The sides and top are formed of miles from the mouth, the sides and top of Capt. HOXIE. Some part of the cargo was
carry the action of its force to a greater rock. We proceeded forward, passing several the Cavern are covered with a remarkable taken on board the Pizarro, to lighten her.

distance, the possession of the sea, ought room on ou ,rijjht, and one on our quainty of bats, hanging down from thetop The brig, together with tho Captain andcrew .
to extend to the reach of a cannon shot fired t left, until we arrived at the second Hopper, I In the form of bee Aires, from two to
from the shore," which is computed to be a a distance of four miles from the mouth three feet thick. They are in a torpid state, and Col. MORES and M. LANAVITTK,
marine league or three miles. This princi- About one mile in the rear of this, was [ and seldom known to fly. There about passengers have arrived at tins place.

ple is recognized and adhered to by most pointed out to us by our guide, the place twenty different rooms that have been discovered The brig'is-repairing, ana will probably
'civilized Nations, and it if by common con- where the celebrated mummy was lound, :: and b'lt three of them have been proceed on her voyage, after selling! as mucho
_ sent thus established, tbtu the right to ex- which is now exhibiting in the American explored to the end. This vast c.1\'C'rn' her cargo as will pay Salvage. Salvare
ercise this jurisdiction is acquired.It Museum, at New York. It was found in a apparently hollow beneath, from the sound Decreed-$3,000 on the vessel and cat go.
may be said however, if this right be sitting posture, by the side of the cavern, that is made by walking through many of ---.
derived from the tacit' assent of Nations, enveloped in a mat, and in a complete state the rooms ft would probably take monthsto We mentioned in our last, that the brig-

and be one which attaches to the shore, of preservation.We explore to the end of all the rooms that Exertion of Eden, commanded by Captain
whence it may be defended; Why are the next entered the room denominatedthe have been, and which remain yet to be dis- JOHN THOMAS, and bound from New Orleans -
local authorities of Florida debarred from Haunted Chamber. It is nearly I two covered. Tho removing of some few ob to Providence, II. I. with a cargo of
its exercise? The answer is plain. The miles in length, twenty feet in height, and ''I. structions a trifling expense, and lighting Cotton, had been cast away on the rocks
local author.>s of Florida are not Sove- ten in breadth, extending nearly the whole the cat e-n, would enable a stage coach near the 'I TLo
Dry ortugas. trig' was totally -
reign. Their powers are limited and res- length in a right line. The tIp 8 formed ts go with safety to the second water fall,
tricted within certain bounds, beyond which of smooth, white stone, soft, and much resembling a distance of fifteen miles. lost, having bilged before any assistance -
they cannot go. Besides, if the States and the plastering of a room. They .o-- could reacb licr. The cargo in a

Territories bordering on the sea coast, possessed have the appearance of being the work of The following is the concluding paragraph damaged state, together with the sails, rigging
the right to exercise this jurisdictionin : art. In one of them, there is formed a complete : of an article in n late number of ,&c. were saved with much difficulty by

consequence of their local position, chair, with arms, which has receivedthe the Journal of Health, on the Education Capt. Iloxii:, commanding- wrecking
What could have been intended by those name of the Arm Chair. By the side of the Appetites. stlir. Pizarrp, aided by five- or six fishing

Acts of Congress which speak of offences of this, is a clear pool of water, strongly "One fundamental principle we cannot, smacks. A Libel was filed ib the District

committed upon the high se;: s, or in any impregnated with sulphur. The side of however, abstain from mentioning at this Court, for Salvage, and decided a few days
river, haven, basin, or bay, out of the juris- tho room arc likewise elegantly adorned time; it is the education of tho appetites, since; the Court decreeing to the Libellant
diction of any particular Slate? The words with a variety of figures, formed from the on success' in.which so much of the happiness one half the saved
property as a -
"Out of the jurisdiction of any particular stone at the top, and coming down upon of this life depends. It must begin fur cornpemalion
the labor and risk bestowed him
State" would be superfluous and unmean- the side of the cavern, like icicles in the I from the earliest infancy, long before t 'c by
ing; if the States and Territories have a winter, from the eaves of buildings-the dawn of reason, and even anterior to the and his assistants, in rendering the service.
tight to exercise a jurisdiction upon the reflection of our lights upon ihem forming revolution to the moral scntimrnts. The We will shortly give tho opinion and Do-

"high seu" beyond their Territorial limits. a most: brilliant appearance. At the end rule on which it is conducted is very sin: cree in full .
I do not know gentlemen, that I am understood of this room, we thscrndcd by a kind of peone-applicahte: to all c asses. It is to -<).-
in the explanation which I have natural staircase, to the depth of near three allow no child t' e indulgence of an appetite KEY WEST SALT PONDS.-Frequent

attempted to give; the subject is one which hundred feet, in many places,affording only or propensity, other than what is required mention has been made, of the facilities and
cmbiacesBo wide a field, that it is almost room for one person to proceed. Here we by its intuitive wants for its bodily inducements afforded by this place, for the
impossible ro convey a correct idea of it, found a beautiful stream of pure water, support and health. Nothing is to be con- extensive, and profitable investment of
Avi'hout going far beyond the limits to winding its way between the rocks. The ceded by the whim, or caprice: of a parent Capital, in making SALT. Our present ob-.
which I feel myself confined in giving instructions situation of this part of tho cavern is rendered i to the imaginary wants of a child ; for it ject is to state what efforts, have been made

of this sort. Perhaps, the peopleof really awful. from its being associated I must be constantly borne in mind, that every and are now making to verify those asser
this community, will comprehend me with a variety of names that travellers gratification of any one sense, \\hcther tions.
better, if I simply say, that so far as the law hue given it. The portrait of his Satanic of taste, sight, sound, or touch, is the beginning
in relatit n to residence, gives the right of Majesty is Dinted here upon the rocks, anda I of a desire for its renewal; and that bout twelve months since that fourth of
voting; so far, have sheriffs, and other officers large flat stone, resting its corners upon every renewal gives the probability of the the Salt Pon"s? owned by"Mr. WIUTEHEAIJ
a right to go for the purpose of servIng four others, is called his Dining Table. A indulgence becoming a habit ;and that habit was leased by R. FITZPATRICK, Esq. of
process. short distance from this is a place said to once formed even in childhood will often this place, who immediately commenced
0:0.0:0- be his Forging Shop. On the whole, theyarc remain during the whole of after life, his improvements. Mr. HART skilful and

Newspapers.There is no book,or print admirably calculated to frighten the acquiring'strength every year, until it sets I experienced Salt-maker from the Bahamas -
so cheap as a newspaper-none so interes- cowardly. We returned to the main cav: all laws, both human and di\'ineat defiance. has been employed, and with a force of 30

ting, because it consists of.a variety, measured ern, and resumed our course,climbing over Let parents, who allow children to sip hands is now laying out and putting these
out in suitable proportions as to time and rocks that had evidently fallen from above, a little of this wine, or to just taste that lots in % condition for I the extensive manufacture -
and quantity. Being new every week or passing a number of rooms on onr cordial, or who yield to the cries of the lit-
day, u invites to habits of reading and affords right and left. With much exertion, we tle ones (for promiscuous food, or fo- liberty of Salt.-It is tho opinion of the overseer

an easy and ngreable mode of acquiring reached' the place denominated the 'six I to st up a little later, or to torment a domestic I whose practical knowledge entitles ito +
knowledge, so essential to the well- corners, in consequence of six rooms (or animal or to strike a nurse, or to I much weight, that a smaller number of
fare of the individual, and of the commu- caverns) here, taking different direct, us. raise a hand: against mama ; ponder well hands, and less capital than has hitherto
nity. It causes many an hour to pass away Not having time to examine these, vo proceeded 011 the consequence If they do notof.t'n'ain been thought necessary will be requiredto
pleasantly aud profitabl which would forward to the first water fall, about \ are the after efforts of insimt,uis-vain carry the experiment into complete opei -
otherwise have been in idleness two miles timber over a level plain. The the monitions from the
spent or pulpit ; their child I rationand that the facilities for makino-
mischief. track of persons: who might have precededus is in danger of i
for growing up, a drunkard: or : Salt, upon a large scale, nro equal to thebest
ages, were as plainly visible in the I 3. glutton-a self-willed sensualist
or of the llabama
CAr sand as when first made. There is no air i sionate! and Islands.
Birth of AVe are in tho habit re"engefulprompt to pas-I' With the
stirring that would present
move the feather the life duty upon Foreigu
slightest of
back a fdlow. einlY and
of looking to the b *h of Christ to
or prevent tho impression of a footstep his Salt it can be maoufactuaed to advantage,
as to the epoch of the c gin of the own; and all this because the fond '
from and
remaining for centuries. parents were faithless the supply will nearly equal the demand
intellectual and civil condition of the world to their trust-hey l
around overlooking, or to We now directed our course to the chief nad no, firmness to do their duty, they fear- of the whole western Country, while
overlook the fact, that ten hundred seeming years situated city, about in one the mile further. A large hill ed to mortify their child; and in so doing, j the ease and cheapness with which it can

anterior to that even';, the human mind have exhibited centre of the C.t1'C'ould they exposM) him in otter life, to be mor be thrown into market, will have a tendency -
bad achieved: some of its greatest triumphs. if the darkness a most commanding prospect tified by the world's scorn, to wander an 1 j to cqcreaso the consumptionVceseU
not our unloved I
unpitied thing. in ballast bound to New Orlerns, amlotbef&igtl !

!&'F'. !".Pt _. .". I I'OJlraElt(11. THEHAVING 8tJn ("fHnEnS
itcslctu port, to obtain freights, way (ouLt.! I 1 pet lIniltl1'n' Lass: \villiout the proper nolle+ I :
taken the! Slbre recently oc-
Bore, without, departing) materially Croln 1'(unit me gen'lemen, to tettderto jo ( _. .\ It. ; hytPortcr\& Slanard, 'lri/llie
and through to the other members i or -
their course, and procure salt at rl'uonab1oprkcli you, North East! end of rA.; Browne'sVnrc ,
LAST WF.r.Iv.Fchr. .
lair best wishes i for
body yom '
yom my accommodating
otTer for lI.ln
Clay .
Thompson from Ha
and their and to assure that; Henry
happiness, you 't6frrfi9 general assortment of ,
It is not anticipated that much salt \'ll1 respect and) t':111:1-:17: : bags Cofleu! Tll.-iOO Srpnr; n
I with \ esteem -
am pcrsonr.l
great '
be made this year, M it is the intentionthe of hhds. Molasses, f boxes Sweetmeats J DRY GOODS, 'w I' t.!
mo'gnll S :11111 4
Whitehead. (
proprietor to pet "l1l11O lots in his pjiicssioii Your obedient servant; Havana ,
Schr. \\'m. Russ, Sanderson SHIP CHANDLERY.GEORGE h
in complete order, before lie rro- JAMES:: WEBB.To -I5'l bags (C'ofl'ec{ G tuxes White SttRarv6 ,C. WEAVER & CO. ,

reed\ to manufacture upon n large scale- !Mcww. F. A. Browne, II. H.Vnter- boxes Drown Sugar, 100,000 Srgnrs. Key.We April 20. 1031 1

A quantity will however, he made a9 house, B. B. Strobe: and P. C. (jrel'nc" &boxes Sweetmeats, to L M Stone und T 1 .
mall Owens Pine Apples nnd Oranges to W II NOTICE.THE .
a sample! --In the course of the cnsuiitcnaon Committee of the (irand Jury. ;
Wall. undersigned having re-established-,
the works will he in full operation() To I.. M. STONE, Esq.-United States Mashal .... yioop John Denison Anderson from Havana at Key West ns a COMMISSION -

.ind wo have no doubt, hilt that his succc for the Soutl ern Judicial District*of -533 hags Codec, 3 bons Logwood, IG+ MERCHANT. AND GENFRA1.AGENT .

will count tic cntcrpri/.c and zeal ,vitll hhd. Molasses Sweetmeats& 5 pant- offers his service to his friend
Florida. Seltzer Water to O O'llara; 2 hns--
which he has entered upon the business. Sin The undersigned have been }- pers others. and the public generally. .
: nj( kets Drown Sugar, rruit&c. to P. A. BROWNE. : '

e the pointed a Committee on the part of their .- 20 1031
Southern Jttd -
The hand Jury for fellow Jurors, to hand you the annexed rsolution. :tfAKINEINTELLIGENCE Ho offers fur sale at his Ware House H

vial District of Florida at the close of tllcir .-They also embrace this opK| >rti 30,000 foot White Pine Hoard I

late Session passed a vole of thanks to tile city to signify' to you, their high sense t r If .10,000 fast quality Brides!
t' "
Hon.( J AMFS Wnnn: and Col. L M. STONE, personal esteem and respect. ,- IS bbls Baltimore prime Deer f
36 do Navy Dread :
Tjrated States Marshal for this District. I'. .BnoM'NE, --. '
-- 10 bags prime Coff('('. iP.
The following'are the letters of the Con II. S. \V \'fRIIO't'SE: ARRIViD.May .

k1 -- -- B B.STKOHKL, 11. chr. Hising States, Collins .i.
mittcc, anti the replies f those gentlemfi!' ; C. (dtEENE,
I P. C. t.REEVE. Charleston, 1 days.. Dry Goods Lumber,
GRAND Jrnv |{OOM,| untinuC8t1) transact (:icneral Agencyvyand
Resolved That tho sharks of the Grand &c. To J V Simonton.
May 10, 1831. \ 14. Sloop iMtry "Ellen\ J 1: Hill, Ihvana Commission Business. -
Unite May .
L. 11. STONE
tendered '
lie to ,
Jury (* taken iVc.Ho -
To the //OK. Jmncs Welb: -Dailast-to Master. 0,1 on Storage
SIR : The undersigned having been np- States Marshal; for the faithful f und imps Sloop Felix! Fish Havana-Fruit. &.c- or: will\ always\ be happy to receive

pointed for that purpose by the Grand Jar fiat discharge of the duties, of his office. to Master. and execute all orders in his line of Rupi'

take the opportunity of handing you the! 19. 'cbr Henry Clay, Thompson, 11 avanColftC'to -

. ., annexe,I Resolutions-and embrace the occasIon + KEY WEST, MAY 10, 1830. J Whitehead. !Spoke olT ness.Key West, 28th March., 1031.
their Gentlemen: I have the honor to acknow Sand Key, packet s'uip: inino's,9days frog -
to signify to you great personal
the of polite favor of to.+ New York, hmllltu New Orleans.
) esteem and respect.F. edge a your Resolution passed by Schr. Pi/arro, !lloxie Tortngas-to P C Estate of D. L. Wakclcy.VLL .
A BROAVNE, day, of this District of which Greene-Dry GUOl'*.Wanes&c.frulu wrcc! persons indebted to the late 1). L;
the Grand Jury ,
11. S. WATEKHOVSE, their thanl of brig William Tell, Hiley, of New Yorkat l A Kit t.ET, will please! take notice that

B. B. STROBKL, you arc members, returning me Torlnpas. payment must he made forthwith; and all

1*. C. (f KEKFE.llcsohcd for the impartial and faithful discharge +of 20. Schr. Wm. loss Sanderson Havan+ having demands on tho Estate, will present!

That the thanks of tbcGraiJury'be the duties of my Office. Through you, g'n- -'olfee. tic-to L M Stone., them without delay.

tendered, to His Honor JAM: tlemen, allow me to offer them my lIIost Brig Win. Tell Riley, I'ortugns-to J II. S. W TEIUIOUSE, Adm'r.

WEDS for the readiness with which he has grateful acknowledgments for the '1Clllor Wbitehead, The W. T. was 10 days and from Key West, April 27, IH'Jl fit"

furnished thorn with information they hate conferred upon me by such approbation New York bound to New Orleans, rail
always of conduct in Oflice. lie as- ashore at 'I'ortll u on the 15th inst. KEY WEST
and explanations in relation to the laws- my Denison, Anderson, Havan.i .
sored that it shall always bu my most ass i- 21. Sloop SEG VR MANUFACTORY,
as well as fur his impartial conduct in the -Colfee, Aic-to < > O'llara.Schr. .
duous endeavor to discharge tho duties office.
discharge of the duties of his Crusader, Coffin; Apalacbicola-
Revolted; .further, That lie be requested any Office that may he conferred upon mn bound to New York. informing the Public, that bo has. established *

lo furnish for publication his opinion relative in that.manner, which in my opinion will Sloop: Wm. Stewart Hcvnald. Havana A SKrtAU MANt'FAl'ToHY: at Key West.

to qualification of Voters, and the be best calculated to promote the intcrc Dallast-to .' A Browne. Ho imnoils for tins purpose, the very beat

extent of the jurisdiction of certain Ofcers of those concerned. 22. Schr. Wectree,Brothers, Daltiinorc, i Tolmccofrom Hatantt.Segarsoftho .
You will the of 11 da s-witli a number of Passengers. of
pressed at the request of tho GraiJury. accept assurances my > Sand best quality anti every
high |personal) regard and esteem.L. bound to t. Marks. Spoke Key description bo bad at !bis establishment
ship M. Louis, tory, from N. York boiim may
icsohcdfurthcr. That a Committee i of M. STONE. to New Oileani. 03r: All orders in the above linqwill

four be appointed to communicate the bbove To Messrs. F. A. Browne, H. S. Watc SA1I.KD. meet the earliest attention.

Resolutions to His Honor. house, B. B. Strolwl and P. C. (ireenjThe + May 14. Sloop Mary Ellen, Hill, New March: 1831. .. ,.:

I COURT RtoM- KEY WfsTl U. S. schr. Porpoi.e, Lieu London.loop Felix, Fish, New London. .. i he United States. of A"Isle,-'

May 12, 1831. \ Com PERCIVAL, arrived at this port ycstc PAkittl.NUlat rIca.SOU'J'IIEHN .
States, from Charleston,
Officers In schr. Rising
communication of Ihe. from Havana and cruise.
Gentlemen: Your Ion day arrived 11th-Col. J W Simonton llenr JUDICIAL OISTJUCTOFFI.OHIUA

10th. instant enclosing sundry resululioi and crew in good health. K. eweomb, Esq and Messrs. Gillilaix ss.

adopted by the t rand Jury,bus been wee and Abb tt To the Marshal of the*>' // /'rior Court for

ved. Among those resolutions, I find one u.urprra.-h may be remarked that In schr. Crusader, from Apalachicola, ar said /Ji\trcf,GrC'f'ting: '

requesting mo to furnish a copy of the opinion some of nhe greatest Princes have bee rivod 20th-Dr. Lockhart. WIMIAST K. HOXIK,

delivered at the present term upon certain usurpers. Philip usurped the throne of In Brig William Tell from New York- WHERIAS the Wrecking chr. l'iizarn :

that had sul Macedon. Pericles regal author Col. !Moern and M. Lanaviltc.
point's of law, which body usurped (a regular licensed wrecking vessel|,)
John trom Havana, arrived -
i IVristrains sloop
In Athens became
when Republic. -
for explanation. a
milled ty
to alntin .
his Libel
'2 1st--O O'llara, 'sq.QT'I'tUSI (Ia l exlnbitetl # iilhing
with that request, 1 herewit usurped the sovereignty at
compliance of the
u and propounding, That on the 14th
in substance of I he C. 550. The Heraulidm bo -
may regni
hand you a statement who feel, disp"r41 prevent month, "lie cxpntl tho brig \Villinm
The of the Palace jwrsons
then expressed [but as they were ded as usurpers. Mayors -
opinions to contribute towards the ercctiou of iCHUKCII Toll ashore near the Dry Tnrtiigns Keys;
when pronounced j I canni under the first race of French Kings,
not in writing upon the Island, ate infnrinei i hut on boarding Raid brig, be ascertained
say: t that they are in phrase, prc-cisely as d< were all usurpers. Sylla, Manus, CresaiPepin : that Sulscriptions will he received by tin that she was bound from New York to New

livered. Supposing the subjects to whic Charles Martel,Cromwell,Napolco lollowinp gentlemen, composing the out Orleans, and commnndrd by Crap Riloy,

my attention was called, were under the all were usurpers-together witn a host rnittce appointed for that purpose: with an assorted cargooc Dry (ioods, Cutlery -

immediate consideration of the Grand Jury of lesser names. Hun JAM s W snn. 1). ('. Pr"iKJUM.T'.
& that lit
&c &c. .c. immediately
at the time the information was asked, J A. WuiTEiikAU, L. M. SIOM, .:'"|1'8. Dm. ;
fered his l'isi4t.1t'p'hith' 'uas promptly
that injoi A In new of'Love and II. S. WATKHIIOUBK and B ..B. HIHOHKL.W .
considered it my duly! to give Wife.- piece ('('epINI hy said rommandrr; that ho ae- -

mation without thedelay which would hay Reason' old Gen. Durlon .is persuading; ( W E are authorized to announce Col: ('oral tngly commenced discharging cargo

been incurred by yutting tnem/ it writimj;. Adjutant Vincent inarry.she is an angel,' I.. M. S'l ON K;, as a Candidate for tho next from said brig, and storeing<< the same mailboard

It is possiH'c therefore, that what I not says the (;eneral.I don't want an angel- Legislative Council of Florida
his vessel and "by and incessant -
own great
hand ,'ollmav bp di'lerent' in some its forms:, should not know what to do with one,' i is;
risk hosuccfnlcd in
labor und
from what ( "then said; substance it is the reply of the single-hearted Adjutant Oz7 \VF. are authorized to announcr.RiCIiARD sar-
, mid and time said William 'IV1I
, FITZPATKICK. Esq as a ins cargo, ,
'She is all oweetness, rejoins tho \.cifel'li I,
the same. Candidate to represent Monroe County, ill I'-oiii bilging: en a rocky bottom; that but for
which the Grand 'So is beehive answers Vincent-'but i it
For the kind sentiments a .
the next Legislative Council of Florida.eus'ro (I'M timely exertion, and thoFij; witllillm, the
Jury have expressed tovarda me as the presiding does not follow that I should thrust my; ---
!said brig and her cargo in all ,prohnlmilitywould
Orticerof this Court, 1 beg leave tu< tlf',1 ipso it.' ii IIOUS;. have been lost Whereupon ho pra's'a

offer them, through you, my very finccr -- noun from 9 A. M. to 4 P.M. hlwral compensation by of Salvage.
thanks. Next to tho'pleasure which arise;s COMMUMCATLU.DIED On other days, (Sundays And whereas tin Judge of said Court hath
consciousness of a faithf I discharge< from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
from a -At this place, of a lingering excepted) rdered and directed that Tuesday next,

of public duty, there 'S none which a pub disease, on the afternoon of Friday, UKI3tb Key West, 11, 1831 3i all '

lie officer should more ardently desire, thai inst. ROBERT II. STANAKD, Esq TIIK per-tins
OFFICE ()f' '
the confidence and good opinion of thosi formerly of Virginia, and one ol the oldest
inhabitants of our I own. BRITISH VICIvCONSUhATE: (.'Ulut IIousoKey West, to show roust1, if
his official acts
who are to be by ; animated butt And Age-rr for Lloyd, Tendon, and ihr my they have, why' Judgment should notass
and when I take into consideration the gen Can storied urn or ,
vial of the gentlemen who hays Back to its mansion call the fleeting breath? Association of Under initial, Liverpool, > as prayetl. You are llicicforcaulliorscd -
been selected Grand Jurors:: u Can honor's voice provoke the silent dust!' NO. 3, FRi. T-STR.tT.: : powered and strictly e'ujiiniedTier-
usually Or/flatter) soothe tl.c dull cold car of Death! Ollice/ hours from 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock I'. M. injtorily to cito and admonish nil |*T onsvhaisocver
this District and the persevering determination
which, they have on all occasion! They do not; and alas they cannot! ul tf Key WesP,<'
the merited tribute of cliould be tide claim interest in to
yet praise ny right, or or
bo ,
manifested in causing the laws to respectcd EW\ItU
rendered to departed worth; and the pay-
aid and of
ATTORNEY or THE UfUTKI' STATES SOUTH brig cargo. consisting Dry
in their
and administered purity,, has
where it been
ment of that tribute
raw KUTHICT or rioamA. Hoods, Cutlery, &c. ALC. &c.US aforesaid,
so far as they have come under their cognizance dearly earned besides administering the Court House, Key West, April 20. 1831.Loggerhead lIy, publishing this I Monition, and publicly
lest I wounded bosoms of
; should be cither more or balm of Gilead to the ---
of relatives and friends, has the Hixing on the mainmast of said brig, and '
than man, were Ito profess an insensibility surviving Turtle Shell.
1 J further salutary effect of inducing others to eaving there allixed, n true copy hereof;
commendations. assure ,
to their you ';Tt D, 2 or 300 |II.(. of the above
and I pursue through life that straightforward, IIJA; allli by all other lawful ways, means and
feel.no such insensibility; beg you of for which a fair price will be
this undeviating course probity,whichtboogli( method, whereby tiiis:: Monition may bo
to say to those whom you represent on leads unto the given in cash.
like other paths grave lade most and notorious to bo and
public ,
occasion,that I most cordially and sincerely leads also to a nobler and happier mansion J. W. SIM 'NTO..
tile time and tcjro
at .
reciprocate every kind and generous sentiment beyond the !May 25_I_ appear placeaforeraid. -
the and! alto
Judgoaflm-sakJi to at-
\\hichthcy haveexpressed towards rne. The subject of our present notice was deservedly NOTICE.
close this communication the of especial regard in nut upon every session and sl'lIMiuns to be
I cannot gentlemen, object having claims against the
him. ALL persons ht-iel thence and from thence lint it a defin-
the relation in which we ,
without ( ongrutulatino you on every of lUmurHT D. STANARD, dr
,.f crime this Characterized by an incorruptible integrity the iti\'e sentence shall bo rend and promulgetT
apparent d< crease in com eased, are requested to present same
muniIJ't very the last term, there were from of purpose-by an untiring application .o within the time prescribed by law; and in the said busiiifSK inclusive, if them cr

fifteen to twenty bills:: returned as true by business-having a fair and prospect honorable beiurehiui indeleudenco hose( indebted will please make payment any of them shall think' it their duty so todo

tho Grand Jury, for offences al(edged tohn'o if realizing an honest tm days aDd- to tht subscribers. to bear, abide by and per Co;m' all and
-exulting> in young
been committed this at the looked F. A. BUOWNK, ) Etccutow.Key ngular,such judicial arts OB arc necessary:
in County, .vith spirits all buoy ant,be naturally WM. G. POIITE, {
present term, there arc but two; and I am orward to mue!. felicity. To have bterlllo West May 2b. 1831 and by law required! lo t* duno ryid t'xl.ed l lV.d .

finoffering an undeserved compliment, loon cut olf in his earthly" career, ere the KI the premise*; tho absence and conimacy -

when\ I say, that this decrease, is:: to be attributed udt of promise had had time to blossom, NOTICD.'fllir of thorn,and every of thi ni in iny-

\ to jour vigilau'c,and (energetic night be pronounced a hard fate,did we not Hl undersigned; intending to leave in WISO tolwithstandilq,.. And w'ia'o\,er youMI&11
know that even a sparrow cannot fall to the a few days for the North, earnestly re- the
ferreted oo in :
in which offences have been premh,)oti s'all'duty cer.IIf1 -
ground unnumbered.His nests all thane indebted to the firm of A. the
[ unto bo lime
out and pro-rented. This course persisted family will no doubt be gratified to C. T1FT & CO. to call and settle their ac- Judgnafoicsaid, at

in. and of winch, the different Gr> nd hear that during his last illness, every pot- on nU without delay; and those having id place aforesaid, together with. these

Juries, have manifested the most untiring ible attention was te U wed on Lion which (aims against the firm, will please present pr5f>,ts.

determination; mu l result in the establishment tindncss could have dictated; and that the kern.for payment. \ 'itnws the Hon. JAMES WKBR, Jud:.o of

<>f perfect order in society, as' it will pot where bit remains are interred will A. C. TIP?. said Court,this 2111 day of May, 1831.

shew to the lawless, that no crime will be L tot be neglected./1 Ii. I X. J. Key WM, May 25, 1331 Ii JOEL YANCEY, Clerk,

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'lC(\ in the liarboiir: at the request :of the ctttcUI.AH-r and foreign Agency" for Stenographic AMERICAN' A0adenrv.UV I
!: Commander of said vessel said Office of American
Master or New
N nil sweet' ,
apprehend a DE Claims, No 49 :):t. T r. OnUI.n.
ANt citizen'who may Pilot shall entitled loclemandnnd receive NOTICE is hereby given to
frorrt the U. State Troops, Three Dollars( fawvcry !i'ich day. PUBLIC whom il may concern having No. 0 North J Eight: Street, rhilailelpbin( .
Officer of the persons
and deliver h him paid orer the to sum an of FIFTEI'NDOLLARS Sec. 1C. Any Pilot applying for :'I Claims, Debts, Inheritances, &c. payableor THE Tropic or of this os nl-liahnM-iu; Ita";

Army will for* each Deserter thus secured Branch, shall!!, at tho time he obtains the recoverable abroad,that thisgency! has visited the piinripal ritic: !' town?, and colleges -

J. M. GLASSELL, same, pay into the hand.' of the Treasurer established, under the special auspices and! in tho I'miccl: f States, ns u Iloj-Dilcr.

Major Commanding. TEN DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the Clerk patronage of distinguished individuals,ntbeminent in and 1 as a Trnclicr, of Menogrttphy, anil i..-

" II- Key ,West, April 27, 1831 .. 3i for issuing; } the same. this country Bankers, a arcorrespondence&c.! in the principal 1 ports now induced, by the solicitation of nuinc-

AN ORDINANCE Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of and capitals of foreign, governments in com- mils respectable individuals, in vari'Mis

To regulate the l'il"tagl'of this Pm.t.I Ordinances, militating against thisr Ordinance mercial relation with the United States; parts of tho com.try, to prcp.tir a plan Vor

Be it ordained by the Council of the arc hereby repealed.: through the medium whereof such valid communicating a knowledge of !his nil to

*'Tarcn of Key West, That wh'n an ''per- DAVID COFFIN PINKHAM, claims as may be confided thereto, will be all tUise who may consider it worth 'tiictrnttcnlio.i

son shall be desirous of having the situation President Town Council expedited for settlement, and promptly furnished and : but who, fioin their irmotc situ

of Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall present War.:: H. WALL Clerk. the effectively claimants recovered with the, suitable when legal proofs by ation, cannot enjoy the bencjits of his personal

to the Council a written petition; whereupon and vouchers with the requisite uistiucMon. I
it shall be the duty.of the Council to ap- I /I.'te.tio.a! Power of Attornay, to be taken and ac The system, a knowledge of which it i i. I

point a committee of three,competent persons r knowledged before any Judge of a Court of proposed lo communicate; may be considered ; -
into the qualification- of thi civil mag'sI ; standard of[ American
to make enquiry Extract from a Law Record or other competent a Stenography I
and fitness of the persons applying, and res dated 16th I trate, municipal authority, or notary public -it is almost the only plan used in the
pot thereon at tho next succeeding meeting ., | United States, ; and the whole duly authenticated by the Uuitcd Slates, and is sold by most of tlir-"
hoard when the of the Governor of the state' or territory in .which of all
of the prayer March, 1802. I. book scllerp, to the exclusion othi

petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots their appointed I SECTION XIX. the by the same appropriate may be I perfected Foreign ,Consul and! legalized:.Ug'( ( %/.''It has passed ihrougliwrcn! lafrjeatotfM : ,
shall: previous to receiving also established a Bimilar c67res- :and has bCcn iccemly 'niuciritiiprovfd
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient Every person who shall procure or en- pondence Having throughout the United States and stereotypedand embellished vvii)

security for the faithful performance of their tice a SOLDIER of the United States to British America, the like claimsfor recovery seventeen" new oppefplatc engravings illustrative -

duty. desert, or who) shall purchase from any in any part thereof respectively, will of the.theory.,

Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or be received, and efficiently attended to,.in .A copy of this'work,will constitute tin

shall have and use a Boat sufficiently large any part thereof; and any Captain or behalf of American, as well as Foreign first 'three numbers of a contemplated :e.

to enable them to proceed over the Reefand Commanding Officer of any Ship or Vessel claimants tics of hinted Lectures or.Periodical
WOO shatT enter board such Ship Orders for the investment of funds on ,
vessel on
render the aid of Pilotage to any requiring .
in the Numbers, to be published weekly, and sent, ,J
the or ".csseJ,89 one of his Crew or other- mortgage of freehold 'property, or .
same Soldier purchase of public securities in the United though the ruE dillll1 of the mail or otherwise -
That all vessels drawing over 5 wise carry away any such or
Sec. 3. ordersof States, Canal i oans of the States of New to each subscriber, tit! a too h
fish- shall refuse to deliver him to the
feet of water entering this Port, except up York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c. punctuallyand knowledge of the art shall (have; bees com
ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels his Commanding Officer, shall, upon faithful'y executed. municated.
of wreckers shall the Legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion in :
under charge pay Applications addressed to this Agency, It will be the object of these Lecturer
rates of Pilotage herein after specified| of any Court havign cognizance of cases requiring the investigation of claims, each individual
Sec. 4. I f a Pilot does not board or offer the same, in any sum not exceeding search of records or the intervention of legal not only to convey to a

his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot Three Hundred Dollars ; or imprisoned, proceeding should 'be accompaniedwith complete and practical knowledge rif[ Short
remittance to defray the Hand Writing but to point out the most
until said vessel l arrives within 4 miles of any term not exceeding on* year..o an adequate
preliminary charges and disbursements! attending eligible way to employ it as a labor and
West said 'Pilot, Q ,'
Light-House on Key the and all letters must be time inetliot for oilier
same; saving acquiiing
so boarding or ollering his services,shall Ixj Extracto de un ,Ley de Los
addressed (post paid) to the undersigned, useful knowledge, by (prifoimmg, in mi-
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said Kstados Unidos fe- (Counsellor ot the Supreme Court of the U nutes andrvv that'which must oilier
con >, !
Pilot does not board said: vessel 'till the Mates,) in the Office of the Agency, 49 ..
Light-House on Key West is distant not cha. del 16 de ill arzo, Wall street, New York.AAI.ON wise require-days and weeks.
more than two miles, and then bears E. N. II. PALMER, Actuary. Should the above plan succeed, and
1802. there is reason believe it iht'sc
-- may, po
E. shall be claimed.
no pilotage SECCION XIX. TilE CITY GAZETTED riodical numbers will bv continued month
Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feet
Otdi- AD COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVEI1LX5t t. ly, at one dollar per annum, under the following
water subject to the provisions of this Persona alguna quien procura o1 as-
? A Journal of Commerce Science, Literature title to wit:
nnnce,refusing to receive a pilot outside of isti el huir d. 'algun SOLDADO de Les
and the Arts.
the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his services Eslados -Unidos, o1 quien compra do al BY SIMMS & DUHYtA. THE AMERICAN REPERTORY,

shall be !liable to pay full pilotage; gun Sold ado BUS Armas, bestido de Uni- THE CITY GAZETTE is ono of the' Of Arts, Sciences, and Useful Litcr-,trrrc.

but if inside of the Reef &. not within two form! o' qualesquera parte de ella; algun oldest existing Journals. in the U. Slates. The object of this work will be to (furnish

miles of the Light-House on Key West,the Capitain o1 Oficial Mandando alguna Under man) proprietorsits course with few in numbers to the rising generation: ,

tonight bearing E. N. E. the said vessel; Fragata o' Barco quo sea, o' quien se exceptions have always been Americanand a Miniature Encyclopedia, or Cencral Ca1

shall pay half pilot are. emWtca. en ella come Marinero, o' de popular Of late ,years, from neglect Ijinet, embracing in its course a concise \
Sec. 6. The Reef shall be considered qualesquera modo lleva Consijo trigun uioro Ulan any other cause,its influence aud \'itwor Epitome of the nwtl inloiusiinptopics

when the Light-House on Sand Key bears Soldado, o1 quien deja de entregar el patronage had visibly detlinedVithin, the of the age with the ext ion of
; cp
either E. N. E. or W. S. W. dicho Soldado a la orden del Oficial\ having last year entered however upon, the a present course proprietor of policy**, religion and politics. As a natterul'grtat

Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot !Mandando, sera obligado a pagar Una more consistent with the politics ot -the convenience to the reader, especially for

age, hound from this Port, shall pay the mnlts St gun ladescrecion de la Corte clue South, and !having made numerous additionsto luiure reference, the contents of each page

tame as vessels entering: but if said vessel tenga conocimiento del mismo en qua- the mechanical improvements of their willie denoted by appropriate \\ in the

shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they. lesquera suma no sicndo aiiba de Trc establishment by fitting it out in a new aud margin--10 Inch marginal words, a general -

shall be subject to but half pilotage. cientos pesos o' puesto en la pricionpor handsome type, and on a larger sheet ar.d index will be fiuiiicd upon the pi iud-

Sec. 8, All vessels except wrecking ves- un termino no siendo ariba de uu better description of paper than favored heretofore with ; pIe of Locke's t'on l1Iou-lJact; Book) thus
and have been
lay claim to, a
sels, smacks and vessels under charge of anu." large and proportional increase of patron- furnishing to each reader an infallible key

wreckers, entering or leaving this Port APPROBATORY TESTIMONIALSor age, including new subscriptions and general to the whole, or any paiticulur part which
through the North West passage,and drawing THE advertising.ithiu the last year, their he may wish to l'C-cxauine-at the same

four feet water, or over, shall pay two UNIVERSAL MARINE TELEGRAPH. list of patrons has been swollen by an accession tl1ue suggesting: to the 'spnalll nftei knowledge -

dollars per' foot to any Pilot tendering his of more than Three Hundred Citizens a method which, it pursued'annotfail
services; but if said vessel does not receive REPORT of tie Committee of Observation to which new names arc with little 10 produce to him incalculal benefits -

said Pilot, halfpilotage only shall be paid; of the Boston Marine Society, to whom exception, almost daily added. The pro- b)' an ultimate! saving ol time and labor -

if a Pilot does not tender his service out the y stem of Marine Signals or Telegraphic prietorsin order, of the which better, it is merit equally that their encouragement ; for it is asserted without tho (leer of
the bar of the said North-West Flags was referred, having carefully examined -
side pas- the Signals, and experienced their utility pride and pleasure, to acknowledge su much! refutation thai a )out;; muntwho will first .

half pilotage.Sec. Brethren as being more extensive and easier fellow citizens-have established iu connection j and then pioceed to wiile daily in a CommonPlace '
9 When two or more Pilots shall distinguished than any Signals they with their office of business, spacious hook upon the principles} hero

tender their services to any vessel: the first have ever seen in use in this country, and Reading Room in which the chief Public ,,"ggcstcdill acquire more useful knowle -

alongside shall bo accepted, and if refuted, feel confident that every one who will give Journals find their way and are carefullyfiled grin one year, than it would be J o5sihlo: "'
the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received them a fair trial, will be convinced that from all the States in our Union.- for him to obtain in three -,.
useful and valuable inven- Tliis room is free with all its facilities,with years by any
half pilotage.Sec. they are very out charge, to all patrons of the Gazette oilier plan that has ever: been dovised.In '
10. When a Pilot shall discover The CommitteehavWJffflScrBxamined tie A regular weekly Prices Current, in letter carrying out this design tluro irnpor

two or more vessels, it shall be his duty to method of using the Signals in this Harbor, form and upon a fine paper suitablefor tant principles will be constantly in view:

"visit that which is nearest unless a signal of are fully satisfied that any information that correspondence carefully collected, I.'ust-To select from the great mass of
distress be exhibited on one more tcniote: may be required, may be communicated if with the most correct estimate of the true hunan) knowledge that only which is useful.
and any Pilot failing to comply with this received from any vessel (using the Signals Condition: of the markets, and put upon the S'coud-'l' cotJGl1I: e' it as far as its
provision shall forfeit his Branch. approaching the Light.lIouleVlth tile most advantageous terms to all that come practical utility will admit.
this class is also issued from the office
under ,
before the correctness and despatchand
Pilot charged greatest ease,
Sec. 11. Any Third-To and the
of the Their Reading Hoo'nI.wbere systematize mange
that their merits need only to be fully proprietors.
Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, whole such that each and
the earliest information be had, in manner, every
known, to be duly appreciated. may
shall, upon conviction, bo deprived of his SAMUEL M. HOLLAND, is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city (tottion shall beat immediate command.

Branch. President of the Committee of the and masters of vessels trading to this The scanty limits of a prospectus forbid
Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed Boston Marine Society. port. To these improvements, they make the addition of other considerations: in this

by this Ordinance shall be recovered before THOMAS ENGLISH, Secy.To daily additions, affording facilities to the plitce.
the President of the Town Council,al- man of leisure and business, alike hitherto
unknownSIMMS:: & DUllYINu ::.\. TEKMS-For a full course of instruction
lowing to the parties, in all instances, an and Owners of Vessteh.
3 Broad street, Charleston. rs abovementioned g2 50, payable in ad.
appeal to the Council. The extensive adoption of the Marine ():::jr Subscriptions received at this office vance, or on the receipt of the first three
Sec 13. When a Pilot shall board
go on Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all des numbers! of the perlodic.al.1lIl'oslmasters .
of a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and criptions throughout the Union, bai rendered SOUTHERN REVIEW.THE .
shall also furnish the Master or Commander it expedient to establish Agencies various subscriber begs leave to inform the I i are respectfully solicited{
of said vessel with a copy of tins Ordi- Seaports where Registry Offices are public that he has undertaken for the next iv. ict as agents i'i their respective neigh
liance. kept for the purpose of entering Vessels three ycais to publish the QUTHEUN HE- borhoods. If a postmaster:! procures but

Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- and furnishing sets of Flags, Signal Books, VIEW, and to look for his remuucr.tion entirely one subscriber, he will be entitled! to u gia-
allowed and designating numbers. to the present and future subscriptionlist uitous copy of the published system.-if
tage are : Ship Mauler on their return from Seaare of $5. As this source has hitherto l On a'vessel drawing 5 feet, $7 00 requested to send their.Signal Books to ei- this be
inadequate to defray expense, begs or $2 50 from the money collected
"c 900
6"- ther of the undermentioned Agents,to have solicit the .
leave earnestly to patronage of and in like for
; proportion n or
cc 7 1000 inserted therein, all the new entries ofdesig
those who think tho Review worth, of pub. less number '
of is
'ic..., n" 1200 Dating numbers which may have odcurreu lie support.The to say,
cc '- 9" 1350 during their absence, and are porticularly subscriber has associated John B. Irving a commission of twenty percent for his

,i 10" 15 00 desired to shew their designating numbers : hsq. with him in the publication oi the services. Those who wish for a more full
,* 11" 1650 when entering or departing from the Port, Rc'ie"ho will conduct the correspondence explanation, or to see a specimen of tars

cc 12" 1800 of Portland, Boston New-York, Baltimore establish agencies collect and receive page, type| &c. to be used, may no lo\ibt
*, 'c 1950 Charleston and Sand Key. By conformingto subscriptions, and attend to all the be gratified by calling on past masters, who
13 tbis their vessels will be re-
particular business irausactionsof the Review
excepting "'ebeen generally with intro-
h supplied an
-; 14 ported by the Telegraph.
the typographical department.
ducti n to the above referred to.
: -i, v" rt 15" 2700 AGENTS. '1 he subscriner has the satistaction alsoto
.. '16' -3200 Lx'uj.i.Moox, announce that Hugh S. Legare, Esq Ito Tim issuing ol numbers will commt. *<'t1
I 17" 3600 Observatory, Portland. whom the Review has hitherto 0\\ ed to early: in July, from and alter which, *a h

') 18 .ce 4000 JOB It. PARKE.H, much) has consented to be associated with new applicant will be supplied, at tho tune
. j .' si : 19 ce. 4500 Observatory, Boston. the editor, Stephen: Elliott Esq iu the liter of subscribing, witu 1\ j erfect set from the

,&- 20'f. 6000 Jtoaw GRKE.N, ry department of this journal.'I beginning.
e.f.I' Telegraph the Battery, flew-York. be subscribers who are still in arrears
.. ,\ 2) < 5500 C *The publisher* of any.newapaperor
tIHc I- THOMAS Ms LSOJT, will be pleased to make payment to J. D.
22 H GO 00 Exchange Baltimore. Irving Esq.: and the new subscribers will public journal, who will give this rn)?llCC-'
-: cc 23 ** 66 00 JAN is M. ELTOKD, pay their subscriptions likewise to him, as tus a con licuou insertion, and forward.
r" 24" 7000 Charleston. be is alone authorized to receive them. copy pf the paper containing its shall TO

Sec. '15. Wbenk Pilot shall be detain- rrnivu r.UTJN, A.E. M1LLEB, ceive,. regular series of tltQ eontenjjyjiled
fb has Key<< West. No 4 Broad street, Charleston. lectures -'
ti! en board any vessel.after arw mtbout other charsNOTICE. (\ :

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